Faith No More
Sunday, 17 August 1997
Pepsi-sziget fesztivál
Student Island
Budapest, Hungary
Elvis Caesars Palace live intro
Midlife Crisis
The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies
What a Day
Last Cup Of Sorrow
Easy (Commodores)
Home Sick Home
Introduce Yourself
Naked in Front of the Computer
King For A Day
outro Will Smith, "Men In Black"
Ashes to Ashes
Got That Feeling
Just a Man

I Started a Joke (Bee Gees)

We Care A Lot
CV Database
Almost complete TV broadcast
Almost the entire show was broadcast on TV. Setlist is a combination of the TV broadcast (assumed in places to be out of order), and the CVDB review, reordered to the most likely play order. The following tracks were broadcast in this order: Midlife Crisis, The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies, What A Day, Last Cup Of Sorrow, Evidence, Easy, Home Sick Home, Introduce Yourself, King For A Day, Pristina, Epic, Ashes to Ashes, Got That Feeling, Stripsearch, I Started A Joke, We Care A Lot.

During Evidence toward the last solo, Patton: "Patton: Slow it down Puff daddy. We've got Puff daddy on drums!"

After Introduce Yourself, Roddy: "Thank you very much Budapest!"

Near the end of King For A Day, Patton: "You like that shit huh? You like that fucking shit?"

After Got That Feeling:
- Roddy: You are so very kind ladies and gentlemen. You are the audience, and we are the band!
- Patton: You're everything! We're shit! We are shit, you're God!

In I Started A Joke intro, Patton: "This is an old Hungarian folk song, written by Bartók!"
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1989 Faith No More: Old Rock Cafe, Milwaukee WI, USA
1992 Faith No More: CANCELLED British Columbia Place Stadium, Vancouver BC, Canada
1995 Faith No More: Entertainment Centre, Perth WA, Australia
1999 Mr. Bungle: House Of Blues, New Orleans LA, USA
2000 Mr. Bungle: Festsaal, Frankfurt Germany
2001 Fantômas: Arena, Brisbane QLD, Australia
2002 Tomahawk: Dunkin Donuts Center, Providence RI, USA
2006 Peeping Tom: Central Park Summerstage, New York NY, USA
2008 Mondo Cane: Malmofestivalen, Malmö Sweden
2009 Faith No More: Tesla Arena, Prague Czech Republic
2020 Faith No More: CANCELLED Ak-Chin Pavilion, Phoenix AZ, USA