Twitter, Twitter! Our favorite concerts, haphazardly distilled into 140-character chunks.
What kind of person goes to a Weird Al Yankovic show? That’s not an insult or anything, I actually don’t know. Weird Al is as bizarre as he is unpredictable, traits we’d hope would reflect in the audience at the Beacon in New York on Oct. 23rd. And lo and behold…Weird Al’s crowd is a cool-ass melting pot with a sense of humor, if Twitter has anything to say about it (and when does Twitter not?).
So without further ado…
The Types of People Who See Weird Al Live
Kind souls who are also direct descendants of Stretch Armstrong:
Oh, and some people were actually watching the show. Weird Al is a performer and a half, swapping costumes to match personas of his most popular songs. Which led to a few revelations:
I am honestly not sure if @tootnanny means that as an insult or a compliment.
Have you seen the Sultan of Satire live? How would you characterize the Weird Al crowd?