Fall Out Boy's Jingle Ball Set Had Twitter Exploding With Nostalgia

Fall Out Boy repped for the alt-pop genre on Friday night (December 8) when the band took to Madison Square Garden for Z100's Jingle Ball, reminding the sold-out crowd that they do indeed still rock an audience similar to their early 2000s debut years and Twitter could definitely feel nostalgia.

Following Logic's speedy set, which saw the rapper cut his set short to show some love to a 13-year-old girl in the audience, the four-piece band worked in some of their biggest hits in just 15 minutes. 

Kicking things off with their 2014 hit, "Centuries," Patrick Stump, Joe Trohman, Pete Wentz and Andy Hurley rocked the crowd as the stage illuminated with flashing lights. Soon enough, they worked in smashes like "Hold Me Tight or Don't," "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)" and "Uma Thurman." As you might have expected, the set resonated well with Twitter, prompting the audience to feel incredibly emo and nostalgic. Take a look at some of the best fan responses below!

If you missed out on all the action, consider this your holiday gift. You'll be able to relive even more Jingle Ball action on The CW during a special 90-minute broadcast on December 14th and 25th at 8 p.m. ET/PT -- so put on your Santa hats, grab some gingerbread cookies, and tune in!

Photo: Getty Images

Presenting Partner

National Partners

Multi-Market Partners

Ryan Seacrest Foundation
Every year, the Jingle Ball Tour gives back to the community to celebrate the holiday season. This year's official charity for the Jingle Ball Tour is the Ryan Seacrest Foundation. $1.00 of each ticket sold will be donated to the non-profit organization, which is dedicated to inspiring today's youth through entertainment and education focused initiatives.
Meet the headliners backstage for a great cause!
Wish one of music's hottest acts a happy holidays in person, take a photo with them, and get four tickets to the show while benefiting the Ryan Seacrest Foundation.