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Over 300 setlists to date
Setlists have always intrigued me by their obscure design and unique purpose. I began attending 3 or 4 concerts a week and made sure to grab a setlist when the opportunity came along; sometimes having to battle for them.
In total I now own over 300 physical setlists and is ever-growing. This website documents my entire setlist collection (slowly adding), which you can also follow over on Instagram.