Faith No More
Monday, 05 June 1995
Pinkpop Festival
Renbaan, Landgraaf, Netherlands
with Sinéad O'Connor, The Levellers, Biohazard, The Tragically Hip, Rollins Band, Live + more
[Setlist from memory]
Be Aggressive
Midlife Crisis
What A Day
Easy (Commodores)
Introduce Yourself
We Care A Lot
Get Out
Caralho Voador
King For A Day
Digging The Grave
CV Database
Radio broadcast of first 5 songs, TV of some of the other songs, the rest of setlist from

The story on the CVDB review goes that due to time restrictions the band let the crowd choose between Digging The Grave and Just A Man, the crowd choosing Digging The Grave. This story was recently collaborated with witnesses. However and some more recently reviews indicate a longer setlist with an encore? To be confirmed!

The CVDB review appears to match Roddy's printed setlist as seen in the TV broadcast so we've gone with that for now.
FM broadcast: Ricochet, Be Aggressive, Midlife Crisis, Evidence, Caffeine
TV broadcast: Midlife Crisis, Evidence, Easy, Introduce Yourself, We Care A Lot, Caralho Voador, King For A Day, Epic
Before Midlife Crisis: "Who're you doing? Still raining?"
During Evidence: "Thanks for the sausages"
Before Caffeine: "Any more sausages for the rest of the guys?"
During Caffeine extended middle: "Just watch my hips"

Before We Care A Lot:
- Patton: Hoot hoot hootie!
- Bill: How the fuck y'all doin'?
- Roddy: Where the fuck is Hootie?
- Patton: Yo! Faith No More love Hootie and the Blowfish. Go buy their fuckin' records. Everybody give it up for Hootie! Hootie! Yeah! Hootie baby!

Before Caralho Voador:
- Patton: Hoo! Everything ok?
- Bill: Are we ok, or are we Oh Kay!
- Roddy: Look the sun's coming out. All your faces look pink. Now we're gonna try something new, look, there's no drummer! Where'd he go? Where'd our little drummer go? No, he left, he's not here any more.
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1990 Faith No More: CANCELLED Commodore, Vancouver BC, Canada
1992 Faith No More: CANCELLED Werchter Festival Ground, Werchter Belgium
1993 Faith No More: Hamburg Rocks Festival, Grossmarkt, Hamburg Germany
2007 Christian Fennesz: Volksbühne, Berlin Germany
2013 Tomahawk: 9:30 Club, Washington DC, USA
2015 Faith No More: Rock For People, Hradec Králové Czech Republic
2018 Dead Cross: Estragon Club, Bologna Italy