The Menzingers Play "The Last Pandemic Virtual Performance Ever"

Scranton, Pennsylvania punk band The Menzingers performed the last EVER livestream. Well, maybe not literally, but the band did play a livestream which aired yesterday, dubbed "The Last Pandemic Virtual Performance Ever (Probably...)." The ticketed stream which took place at Retro City Studios in Philadelphia, was made available to fans in bundles with various new merch items to choose from or sold as a solo digital ticket.
The 17-song setlist kicked off with "Charlie's Army" from their 2017 release After the Party. Additional tracks from the album like "Thick as Thieves," "Lookers," "House on Fire," and "After the Party" were performed within the set. Songs from The Menzinger's fourth studio album Rented World landed on the setlist including "I Don't Wanna Be an Asshole Anymore," and "Where Your Heartache Exists." The stream, which also included short snippets of the band walking around the city, wrapped up with a 3-track encore. Check out which songs from their latest release Hello Exile made the set below:

The show is available for replay until June 11 at 11:59 PM ET. For tickets and more visit

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