Dave J Hogan/Dave J Hogan/Getty ImagesSunday night at the Desert Trip festival in Indio, California, The Who proved that after almost three days of music, drugs, booze and sun, the crowd had plenty of life left in them as long as they were given a show. And The Who did just that, coming out hard with rocking versions of “I Can’t Explain,” “The Seeker” and “Who Are You.”

The band’s 21-song set also included “My Generation,” “Pinball Wizard,” “Baba O’Riley” and more classics, closing with a blistering version of “Won’t Get Fooled Again” — Roger Daltrey‘s primal scream in fine form.

Pete Townshend shredded on guitar, and also talked to the crowd a lot, asking the masses as he took the stage if “you all came to watch old people dance?” He joked several times about the age of the band and of the fans.” Townshend’s banter also waded into political waters, as he quipped to the crowd, “Good luck in the election, folks.”

Things got much more political during Roger Waters‘ set, which closed out the first weekend of Desert Trip. According to Billboard.com, the ex-Pink Floyd singer/bassist used a flying pig prop and giant video screens to skewer Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. The inflated pig, which floated over the crowd throughout the concert, displayed an image of Trump’s face along with the words “ignorant,” “lying,” “racist,” “sexist” and the phrase “F*** Trump and his wall.”

During Waters performance of the 1977 Floyd tune “Pigs (Three Different Ones),” a series of images flashed on the video screens depicting Trump as a sheep, in a Klu Klux Klan hood, giving the Nazi salute and other unflattering and pointed depictions.

Musically, Waters’ concert showcased songs from all of Pink Floyd’s classic 1970s albums, including The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals and, of course, The Wall.

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