TWENTY ONE PILOTS @ AMFAM Amphitheater – Milwaukee, WI

TWENTY ONE PILOTS @ American Family Insurance Amphitheater – Milwaukee, WI

September 4, 2021

Photos by David Urmanski


With the recent release of Twenty One Pilot’s acclaimed new album, Scaled And Icy, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top “Rock Albums” and “Alternative Albums” charts while landing at No. 3 on the “Billboard 200,” marking the biggest opening week for a rock album in 2021. The new record is highlighted by standouts “Saturday,” “Choker” and lead single “Shy Away,” which is currently #1 at Alternative Radio for an eighth consecutive week. Having ascended to #1 at the format in just three weeks, “Shy Away” places the duo in an elite group of acts with multiple songs to rise to #1 at the format in three weeks or less including: U2, R.E.M., The Cure, Linkin Park, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Foo Fighters.

Additionally, Twenty One Pilots recently shared a performance of “Shy Away” from their first-ever global streaming event, “Twenty One Pilots – Livestream Experience.” Originally broadcasted around the globe on May 21st, “Twenty One Pilots – Livestream Experience” ushered in a new standard in the livestreaming space with Billboard declaring, “After seven months of meticulous planning and two weeks of marathon rehearsals, Twenty One Pilots pulled off a home-brewed Las Vegas-worthy spectacle.”

Written and largely produced by Tyler Joseph in isolation over the course of the past year at his home studio, with Dun engineering the album’s drums from across the country, Scaled And Icy is the product of long-distance virtual sessions and finds the duo processing their upended routines along with the prevailing emotions of 2020 – anxiety, loneliness, boredom, and doubt. The duo had to forgo their normal studio sessions but reached a new of level of introspection in the process, adopting a more imaginative and bold approach to their songwriting. The result is a collection of songs that push forward through setbacks and focus on the possibilities worth remembering. Scaled And Icy is Twenty One Pilots’ first studio album in three years and follows their RIAA Platinum certified LP, Trench.

In 2020, Twenty One Pilots surprised fans with standalone singles “Level of Concern” and “Christmas Saves The Year.” “Level of Concern” reigned at Alternative Radio for 12 weeks straight and cracked the Top 25 on Billboard’s “Hot 100” chart, while also achieving RIAA Gold certification. The track propelled the band to victory at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards where they took home “Alternative Rock Song” and “Alternative Rock Artist Of The Year” awards, in addition to an American Music Award in 2020 for “Favorite Artist – Alternative Rock.” Furthermore, the history making regenerative video for “Level of Concern” broke the GUINNESS WORLD RECORD™ for the longest music video. “Christmas Saves The Year” arrived at the tail end of 2020 and debuted on Billboard’s “Alternative Airplay” chart becoming the first holiday-themed song to make the list since 2012.

Twenty One Pilots’ 2018 LP Trench ushered in a new era for the duo from Ohio. Earning Platinum certification from the RIAA, the album was met with critical acclaim with Billboard declaring, “Trench revels in the confounding genre-blurring and cavernous conceptualism that has defined Twenty One Pilots.” A true global phenomenon having surpassed two billion streams worldwide, Trench is highlighted by the RIAA Gold and Platinum certified alternative hits “The Hype,” “Chlorine,” and “Jumpsuit.” “Jumpsuit” stands as the decade’s fastest rising song to reach #1 on Billboard’s “Alternative Songs” chart and earned the duo their fourth GRAMMY® nomination (Best Rock Song). The acclaimed conceptual collection also features the RIAA Gold-certified “Nico And The Niners” and the RIAA Platinum-certified single “My Blood.”

Good Day (live debut; shortened)
Dema Commercial
No Chances (live debut; with “Fairly Local” outro)
Stressed Out (first time without Mellowmatics Remix elements since 2016)
Morph / Holding on to You
The Outside (live debut; with backing band introductions)
Message Man (first full performance since 2016)
Clancy Letter / Stay Low Intro
Lane Boy (with snippets of “Nico and the Niners” and “Redecorate”)
Chlorine (shortened)
Mulberry Street (live debut; with “Sing It Out” intro)

Formidable / Doubt / Tear in My Heart (live debut of “Formidable”; first performance of “Doubt” since 2016)
I Can See Clearly Now / My Girl / Home (Johnny Nash, The Temptations and Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros covers)
House of Gold / We Don’t Believe What’s on TV
Jumpsuit / Heavydirtysoul (with Halo Rock intro)
Saturday (live debut; with drum island)
Level of Concern (live debut; with “Low Rider” by WAR intro; shortened)
Ride (crowd stand)
Car Radio (without backing band)
Shy Away (with TMNT intro and snippet of “I’m Not Okay (I Promise)” by My Chemical Romance)
Trees (without backing band)

Summerfest presented by American Family Insurance has evolved into what is now recognized as “The World’s Largest Music Festival” and Milwaukee’s cornerstone summer celebration, hosting the music industry’s biggest acts, emerging talent, and local favorites along with approximately 750,000 fans, for an unforgettable live music experience. The 53rd edition of the festival will take place September 2-4, 9-11, and 16-18, 2021. Summerfest features over 1,000 performances on 11 stages, along with food, beverages, and activities, all in a world-class festival setting. For more details, visit, or Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @Summerfest.

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