6 Twenty One Pilots Stunts That Make The Bandito Tour a Must-See

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twenty one pilots perform at Madison Square Garden on Oct. 30, 2018.

Twenty One Pilots' Bandito Tour hit Madison Square Garden in New York City on Tuesday (Oct. 30), and as always, the duo wove numerous tricks into the comprehensive setlist.

From gravity-defying jumps and flips, to sprinting around and under the arena, Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun continue to prove that they’re one of the hardest-working -- and most athletic -- bands out there. 

Check out six stunning moments from the band’s current tour below, and grab tix to the remaining dates here.

Falling During “Fairly Local"

Joseph “falls” through a trap door and appears in the middle of the stands a mere few seconds later.

Tyler Walks the Walk

Joseph sings and struts across a suspended sky bridge to the b-stage.

Vertical Crowdsurfing

Joseph is held upright by the Skeleton Clique.

Flipping Out

Dun backflips off the piano during “Holding On To You,” with a bonus leap from Joseph.

Portable Drum Set

Dun plays the drums while the pit holds up him and his set.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

so close but not close enough to hold up josh on the drums pt. 3 #banditomsg

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Does Whatever a Spider Can

Joesph climbs and stands on top of a narrow scaffolding tower for “Car Radio.”

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