If Arcade Fire Could Just Continue Throwing Parades for David Bowie, That Would Be Great


Eager concertgoers have been flocking to Randall's Island for New York City's inaugural Panorama Festival this weekend, and boy, did the festival sure start off with a bang: Friday night's headliners were none other than indie-rock darlings Arcade Fire, who, immediately following their set, threw an impromptu parade dedicated to David Bowie. (The band previously threw a raging tribute parade to the musician with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band in New Orleans, shortly after his death.) This time, Win Butler and Co. utilized the jazz band to perform "Heroes," "Suffragette City," and "Rebel Rebel," as they made their way through the crowd with various instruments. Viva la Bowie.