Write Your Dream Billy Corgan Setlist And Win A Private Hangout With Him At Ravinia Festival

While it’s definitely not as exciting as this photo of Billy Corgan holding a cat, fans of the Smashing Pumpkins frontman could have a chance to meet him at a private meet-and-greet at his show at the Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, IL. All they have to do is submit a dream setlist of 20 songs and Corgan will pick one personally. He won’t actually perform the whole setlist live, but he will write a post for the band’s official website explaining why he chose the one that he did. The site teases enticingly, “And who knows? He might even take some suggestions, or play that favorite song you’ve always wanted to hear privately during your meet and greet.” Start dreaming up your setlist and check out all the details here.

[Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty.]

Comments (6)
  1. 1. 8-hr Siddhartha jam x 19
    20. 1979

  2. 1. Crestfallen
    2. We Only Come Out at Night
    3. Disarm
    4. Rhinoceros
    5. Starz
    6. Love
    7. 1979
    8. I of the Mourning
    9. Rivers We Can’t Cross
    10. Here Is No Why
    11. Stumbleine
    12. Come With Me
    13. Lyric
    14. To Sheila
    15. All Things Change
    16. Blank Page
    17. Mayonaise
    18. Song for A Son
    19. Celestials
    20. Thirty-Three

  3. As long as it’s a decent mix of SP gems / Zwan (who knows when we’ll hear that stuff again) and his own solo songs it’ll be solid.

  4. Drown, I Am One, Bury Me, Snail, Cherub Rock, Today, Hummer, Rocket, Geek USA, Mayonaise, Tonight Tonight, Here Is No Why, Muzzle, 1979, Stand Inside Your Love, Try Try Try, Age of Innocence, Real Love, The End is the Beginning is the End, Untitled

    Not necessarily in that order

  5. Gish. Straight through. Nothing else.

    That was easy. What do I win again?

  6. lucky 13
    7 shades of black
    the aeroplane flies high
    blissed and gone
    my mistake
    in the arms of sleep
    set the ray to jerry
    siamese dream
    a song for a son
    death from above

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