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Monday, October 24, 2011

Here Is Video of Arcade Fire's Entire Set from the Bridge School Benefit

Posted By on Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 2:26 PM

click to enlarge Arcade Fire's Win Butler at Bridge School yesterday.
  • Arcade Fire's Win Butler at Bridge School yesterday.

Missed Bridge School? We did, too. But now, instead of sighing deeply and conjuring overly rosy daydreams of what we missed by skipping the trek down to Mountain View this past weekend, we have YouTube to actually show it to us. After the jump, check out a nicely produced video of Arcade Fire's entire set from yesterday, along with links to a few more videos from the annual benefit concert.

Both this set and Beck's featured cameo performances from Bridge School founder Neil Young. You can find links to these and more videos over on Pitchfork.

And if you're still hungry for more Bridge School, note that tonight only, at 7 p.m., you can screen a new documentary on the 20-year-old benefit concert at the Embarcadero Center Cinema here in S.F. The film is part of a Bridge School box set that's also out today. Some of the proceeds from the box set, like the concert tickets, go to benefit the Bridge School, an institution for physically challenged children.

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