Jack Antonoff Makes Surprise Appearance At The 1975 Concert In San Francisco
The Bleachers frontman followed a similar unannounced drop-in by Phoebe Bridgers in LA.
Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff made a surprise appearance during The 1975‘s concert on Tuesday night at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. The unannounced mid-show performance followed a similar unexpected stage overtaking executed by Phoebe Bridgers on Monday night in Los Angeles.
Like other stops on The 1975’s At Their Very Best Tour, Tuesday’s opening set focused on their 2022 album, Being Funny In A Foreign Language. Antonoff added various instrumentation and co-produced the album alongside The 1975’s Matthew Healy and George Daniel.
After the first set, Antonoff appeared with an acoustic guitar while accompanied by Bleachers saxophonist Zem Audu. The duo then played a medley of Bleachers songs, stringing together “All My Heroes,” “Rollercoaster” and “Don’t Go Dark.”
Watch the surprise performance below:
Following the surprise Bleachers medley, The 1975 resumed the second half of their performance, which once again featured favored selections from throughout their discography. The 1975’s At Their Very Best Tour continues on Thursday in Portland, Oregon.
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The 1975 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Being Funny in a Foreign Language
- The 1975 (Being Funny in a Foreign Language)
- Looking for Somebody (to Love)
- Part of the Band
- Oh Caroline
- I'm in Love With You
- All I Need to Hear
- I Like America & America Likes Me
- About You
- When We Are Together
- All My Heroes
At Their Very Best
- If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know)
- Me & You Together Song
- It's Not Living (If It's Not With You)
- An Encounter
- Somebody Else
- I Always Wanna Die (Sometimes)
- Love It If We Made It
- The Sound
- Give Yourself a Try