On Thursday night, The Disco Biscuits kicked off their first full tour in years at McKees Rocks, PA’s Roxian Theatre.

Following an opening set by recent jam scene darlings Goose (watch the full set here), The Disco Biscuits took the stage for their two-set headlining performance. After a show-opening “Little Betty Boop” > “Pimp Blue Rikki” > “Little Betty Boop” combo, the band moved into their first new song debut of the night, “Hero”, before once again returning to “Little Betty Boop” to complete the segment.

Despite battling through sound latency issues throughout the show, the first set continued from there with “Bernstein And Chasnoff” > “Miracles” (inverted) > “Rocket Science” (yet another new tune) before returning to “Bernstein And Chasnoff” to cap the first frame.

After a lengthy setbreak, the band returned for their second set with “Spaga”. Another new song, “Stars In The Sky”, was up next, before an extended “Spraypaint” sandwich infused with the final debut of the night, “Anthem”, brought the encore-less show to a close.

The Disco Biscuits tour continues tonight, Friday, November 15th, with a second performance at the Roxian featuring support from The Fritz. For a full list of upcoming tour dates, head here.

Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | Roxian Theatre | McKee’s Rocks, PA | 11/14/19

I: Little Betty Boop-> Pimp Blue Rikki-> Little Betty Boop-> Hero*-> Little Betty Boop, Bernstein & Chasnoff-> Miracles (inverted)-> Rocket Science*-> Bernstein & Chasnoff

II: Spaga, Stars in the Sky*, Spraypaint Victory-> Anthem*-> Spraypaint Victory


Next month, The Disco Biscuits will close down New York City’s Playstation Theater for good when they return to the Times Square venue for their four-night New Year’s Run on December 27th, 28th, 30th, and 31st.

Related: The Top 10 Disco Biscuits Moments At PlayStation Theater [Videos]

On the day off between the run’s 3rd and 4th nights on December 29th, the side projects of both keyboardist Aron Magner and bassist Marc Brownstein will perform in the city.

First, in the afternoon, Magner’s jazz trio, SPAGA, will deliver an intimate performance at DROM (Doors: 3:00 p.m. / Show: 4:00 p.m.). Tickets are available here.

Later, Brownstein’s Star Kitchen will host a late-night blowout at Sony Hall (Doors: 11:30 p.m. / Show: 12:30 a.m.) featuring help from guitarist Eric Krasno and the Trey Anastasio Band horn section (Jennifer HartswickNatalie Cressman, and James Casey). Tickets are available here.