Over the past month, adoring fans have participated in challenges on social media in hopes of landing a ticket to the show. The lucky few who received tickets were encouraged to "Be a Reflektor" for the performance. Fans arrived in face masks, suits and dresses that caught the lights with their disco ball-inspired attire.
Like the ecstatic glitterati cutting a rug in the parking lot, the album's appeal is a welcome departure from the rock band's subdued introspection on 2010's The Suburbs. This time, the indie darlings opted instead for a little frivolity, Caribbean accents and an open invitation for everyone to get on the dance floor.