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twenty one pilots fly high on a zip line at MLB All-Star concert

Who wouldn't want to zip line before playing a show?

July 6, 2019
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Twenty one pilots headlined a free show in their home state yesterday (June 5), but before their set, the band had a bit of high octane fun.

Fans have posted videos online of the duo zip lining their way over the crowd prior to their performance.

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The band headlined the MLB All-Star Concert Series in Cleveland alongside openers Welshly Arms.

“We drove from our own houses to the show, it’s right here from where we’re from, Ohio,” frontman Tyler Joseph says to fans during the set. “It always feels good to play in our home state, so that’s why we’re going to give you everything we have, I promise.”

The event hosted a zip line from a 120-foot launch tower. You can check out a quick clip from the top of the tower in the player below.

While fans were waiting for the duo to hit the stage, they captured some footage of the pair making use of the zip line. Check out the clips below!

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The band recently hosted a pop-up shop in Columbus on what’s temporarily named twenty one pilots Boulevard.

The pop-up included exclusive merch, “Straight Chlorine” lemonade, Ned’s Bayou displays and more.

What do you think of twenty one pilots zip lining before their headlining set? Let us know in the comments below.

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Written by Joe Smith-Engelhardt