Team StarKid's APOCALYPTOUR Set List Released!

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Here is the complete set list for the 21-city APOCALPYTOUR, the national tour by Team StarKid that premiered May 9, 2012 in Chicago and will wind up at New York's Roseland Ballroom on June 10th! 

 

 

 

 

 

“Me and My… Opening Medley” (all songs from Me and My Dick) 

  “Me and My Dick” (Music and Lyrics by A.J. Holmes and Carlos Valdes

  “Ready to Go” (Music and Lyrics for “Ready to Go” by Darren Criss

“Get Back Up” from Starship (Music and Lyrics by Darren Criss

     Featured Soloists: Lauren Lopez and Joseph Walker 

“Guys Like Potter” from A Very Potter Sequel (Music and Lyrics by Darren Criss

     Soloist: Brian Holden with Joey Richter, BrIan Rosenthal, Dylan Saunders and Joseph Walker 

“The Way I Do” from Starship (Music and Lyrics by Darren Criss

     Vocalists: Dylan Saunders, Meredith Stepien, Jaime Lyn Beatty and Joey Richter 

“Different as Can Be” from A Very Potter Musical (Music and Lyrics: A.J. Holmes

     Vocalists: BrIan Rosenthal and Joseph Walker 

“Villain Medley” 

  “It’s Not Over Yet” from A Very Potter Sequel (Music and Lyrics by Darren Criss

     Featured Soloist: Brian Holden 

  “Kick it Up a Notch / Reprise” from Starship (Music and Lyrics by Darren Criss

     Vocalists: Dylan Saunders, Jaime Lyn Beatty, Brian Holden, Joseph Walker, and Joey Richter 

  “Rogues are We” from Holy Musical B@man! (Music and Lyrics: Nick Gage and Scott Lamps) 

“Listen to Your Heart” from Me and My Dick (Music and Lyrics: A.J. Holmes and Carlos Valdes

     Vocalists: BrIan Rosenthal and Joey Richter 

“Little White Lie Medley” (all songs from Little White Lie

  “Caught in the Lie” (Music and Lyrics: Darren Criss

     Vocalists: Jaime Lyn Beatty, Lauren Lopez and Meredith Stepien 

  “Boy Toy” (Music: Mark Swiderski and Grant Anderson - Lyrics: Matt Lang, Nick Lang and Chris Allen) 

     Featured Vocalists: Lauren Lopez and Meredith Stepien 

  “Fancy Machine” (Music and Lyrics: Mark Swiderski and Grant Anderson) 

     Featured Vocalists: Joey Richter and Dylan Saunders 

  “Hold on Tight” (Music and Lyrics: Mark Swiderski and Grant Anderson 

     Featured Vocalist: BrIan Rosenthal 

“Missing You” from A Very Potter Musical (Music and Lyrics: A.J. Holmes

     Vocalists: Brian Holden and BrIan Rosenthal 

“Sami” from Little White LIe / “Harry” A Very Potter Musical (Music and Lyrics by Darren Criss

     Vocalists: Dylan Saunders and Jaime Lyn Beatty 

“Granger Danger” from A Very Potter Musical (Music and Lyrics by Darren Criss

     Vocalists: Joey Richter and Lauren Lopez 

“Dark Sad Lonely Knight” from Holy Musical B@man! (Music and Lyrics: Nick Gage and Scott Lamps) 

     Featured Soloist: Joseph Walker 

“Not Alone” from A Very Potter Musical (Music and Lyrics by Darren Criss

     Featured Soloist: Jaime Lyn Beatty 

“Days of Summer” from A Very Potter Sequel (Music and Lyrics by Darren Criss

“Goin’ Back to Hogwarts” from A Very Potter Musical (Music and Lyrics by Darren Criss

“Heaven on Earth” from Me and My Dick (Music and Lyrics by Darren Criss

“Me and My Dick” from Me and My Dick (Music and lyrics by A.J. Holmes and Carlos Valdes

ENCORE 

“To Dance Again” from A Very Potter Musical (Music and Lyrics: A.J. Holmes

“The Coolest Girl” from A Very Potter Sequel (Music and Lyrics by Darren Criss

“Super Friends” from Holy Musical B@man! (Music and Lyrics: Nick Gage and Scott Lamps) 

 

Click on this link to find specific tour dates and other details: http://www.teamstarkid.com/apocalyptour.html

 

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