My Chemical Romance live 2019 credit Kevin Estrada

Here’s The Setlist From My Chemical Romance’s Reunion Show

From Thank You For The Venom to Welcome To The Black Parade, this is My Chemical Romance’s huge setlist from their comeback gig

It’s happened! It’s finally happened! My Chemical Romance are back in our lives! It’s the Christmas miracle we knew was coming and yet it still doesn’t feel real. After seven years away from the stage, MCR returned in style at The Shrine in Los Angeles last night, blasting through a career-spanning setlist to a sold-out crowd of fans from all corners of the world.

Opening on the uberanthem I’m Not Okay (I Promise), MCR pulled no punches in LA, blasting out a whopping 20-song setlist that included the live debut of Make Room!!!! and two encores. Youth Code’s Sara Taylor also joined Gerard Way on vocals for You Know What They Do To Guys Like Us In Prison.

READ THIS: The first review of My Chemical Romance’s comeback gig

Elsewhere, Our Lady Of Sorrows was the sole track from the band’s 2002 debut album I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love, sitting perfectly alongside the likes of Give ‘Em Hell, Kid, Teenagers and Famous Last Words.

Check out the full MCR comeback setlist below.

My Chemical Romance’s comeback setlist

I’m Not Okay (I Promise)
Thank You For The Venom
Give ‘Em Hell, Kid
House Of Wolves
You Know What They Do To Guys Like Us In Prison
Make Room!!!!
Our Lady Of Sorrows
Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)
I Don’t Love You
Famous Last Words
The Kids From Yesterday


Vampire Money

Encore 2:

Welcome To The Black Parade

While this is the only show MCR will play in 2019, they’ve already lined up a few gigs for 2020 in Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Keep your eyes locked on Kerrang! for any further announcements.

Posted on December 21st 2019, 9:43am
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