Last year, days after the US presidential election, the Trump campaign held a bizarre, much-memed press conference at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, a hardware store in Philadelphia, after Rudy Giuliani mistakenly booked it instead of the Four Seasons hotel.
Over the weekend, Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace extended the joke by performing a show in the company’s parking lot, just like Giuliani, with a life-sized cutout of Giuliani crowd-surfing amongst fans during the set.
“I’ve played Giants Stadium. I’ve played Wembley. Sang on stage with Cyndi Lauper. Written songs with Weezer. Been on stage with Joan Jett. None of that compares to this,” Grace said during her set, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
“I’m 40 years old and I can draw a bigger crowd than Rudy, and I have more Twitter followers than [Donald Trump], which isn’t [so bad] for a transgender high school dropout.”
Grace announced the set last month, with Four Seasons’ Director of Operations Michael Siravo saying at the time the company had been entertaining the idea of a concert at the spot for a while. “It’s a musical experience, but also, I guess for people who — I can’t believe I’m saying this — but who are fans of Four Seasons Total Landscaping. They kind of get to see the ins and outs of it.”
As far as the set itself, Grace played a mixture of Against Me! classics like ‘Reinventing Axl Rose’, ‘Walking Is Still Honest’ and ‘Baby, I’m an Anarchist’ along with cuts from her solo record Stay Alive, which arrived last year. The Lawrence Arms’ Brendan Kelly also performed on the bill.
Watch footage from Grace’s performance below.