TOP Rides into Little Rock


By: Caroline Cross

On Friday night, Twenty One Pilots played one of the last shows of their Emotional Roadshow tour to a sold-out crowd at Verizon Arena in Little Rock. Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun put on an incredible, high energy show.  As always, they had plenty of crowd interaction with Joseph at one point singing from the upper level of the stadium, and on another song climbing a tower in the middle of the floor. Dun, known for playing his drums in the pit during every concert, did not disappoint.  Both band members moved into the pit to beat drums while confetti flew to finish out the show.

    The concert started right at 7:00 with the first of two opening acts, Judah and the Lion, a band based out of Memphis.  This was followed up by an opening performance by Jon Bellion, highlighted by his hit “All Time Low”.

   The main act took the stage at 9:00 and opened in front of a packed house with “Heavy Dirty Soul” after playing for two hours, and bringing both opening acts back on stage, they wrapped up with their final encore which, as in all their shows, was “Trees”. The band moves on to a few final shows in New Zealand and Australia this month to wrap up their tour.