At The Chainsmokers’ Pittsburgh sold out show this weekend, the duo — made up of Alex Pall and Drew Taggart — revealed a banner intended to honor the beloved Pennsylvania city. The only problem? Pittsburgh was spelled “Pittsburg” on the sign.
The erroneously visual read “Thank You Pittsburg.” Their hearts may have been in the right place, but their H was not.
You done goofed but still a phenomenal Concert. You guys killed it @TheChainsmokers #memoriesdonotopen pic.twitter.com/pFpPzJf8wX
— Nicholas Rae (@darknid159) April 23, 2017
1 easy way to make Pittsburgh hate the Chainsmokers, forever. pic.twitter.com/WMxFejBc2l
— Ashley (@shDell18) April 23, 2017
@TheChainsmokers fixed it! pic.twitter.com/93ukFx4jZa
— EEEE (@burreeeeeto) April 23, 2017
Many people who attended the show shared photos of the stage on Twitter. “One easy way to make Pittsburgh hate the Chainsmokers, forever,” tweeted one fan alongside a photo of the stage. But Alex and Drew wasn’t bothered by their mistake. Instead they said they hope to redeem themselves at their upcoming concert in “Clevlande.”
Well at least we got another chance this week in Clevlande https://t.co/YDUPkwUifc
— THE CHAINSMOKERS (@TheChainsmokers) April 24, 2017
The Chainsmokers are currently touring their debut studio album, Memories…Do Not Open, released earlier this month. The record includes singles “Paris” and “Something Just Like This.” Buy tickets to the ongoing North American tour here.
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