To be completely honest, I wasn’t sure what to expect from DNCE in a full set. I figured they would probably be playing their entire self-titled debut with a few extra tracks and maybe a cover or two because why not. What the band brought to the stage was not just Joe Jonas and three other people playing instruments, but a group of musicians who have such an undeniable bond with each other that it’s as if they are just as much of a family as the Jonas Brothers are. From their hilarious Star Wars parody opening to their theatrical “Mind Blown” to them literally making it rain during “Pay My Rent”, it was clear that their goal for this tour was to make everyone have a good time. They brought the sexy in “Naked”, “Body Moves”, and “Toothbrush”. They brought the emotion in “Truthfully”, “Almost”, and “Jinx” during their acoustic session. They even brought the nostalgia with their covers of Lenny Kravitz‘s “American Woman”, “Wannabe”, from the Spice Girls and Britney Spears‘ “Oops, I Did It Again”. DNCE killed it and each group member had their well-deserved moment of glory as they introduced themselves to a crowd filled with old and new fans.