Twenty one pilots brought out Post Malone at Reading and Leeds to perform an Oasis cover that we are obsessing over. 

The band had quite a lot going on in their two sets, from this special appearance to having some security guards dance to their songs on stage. 

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During the Leeds set, the band brought out the rapper for the tribute that they performed the day before at Reading of “Don’t Look Back In Anger”. Post rocked the acoustic guitar and sand beautifully. Check out some clips from the show below. 

As previously stated, on Saturday, TOP had some security guards rocking out on their stage. 

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TOP took the main stage to a packed and very enthusiastic crowd. Fans got the full Trench experience, including Tyler Joseph‘s pep talk on getting the crowd to dance.

“I’m gonna give you an example of what I mean by dance. It’s not coming from me though,” Joseph explains to the group.

The cameras then pan over 3 different security guards, all of which take turns busting a move worthy of a round of applause.

But that’s not all.

As the dynamic duo dive into “My Blood,” fans were in for another surprise as 5 more security guards join Josh Dun and Joseph onstage for even more incredible moves.

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What do you think of Post Malone joining the band for the special Oasis tribute? Sound off in the comments down below!

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