A setlist or set list is an ordered list of songs, jokes, stories and other elements an artist intends to present during a specific performance. Some fans enjoy collecting these on their websites for performances they've attended along with documenting the venue/checkins, and providing photos, essays, reviews, and (bootleg) audio.
- Chris Aldrich has an example of setlists using simple ordered lists for Hall & Oates and Squeeze which he posted on 2021-10-13
- gRegor Morrill has a basic setlist example as an unordered list posted on https://gregorlove.com/2021/10/jimmy-eat-world-setlist/
Examples in the wild
- setlist.com – Online archive for setlists
- setlisting.com – Setlists and statistics for artists
- setlisthelper.com – Helping musicians build and arrange setlists
- setlist.mx – Japanese setlists archive
- setlistart.com – Artwork based on setlists
- setlists.net – Searchable Online archive for Grateful Dead setlists
- livetracklist.com – EDM setlists archive
- Some bands post setlists on their sites or social media
Setlist.fm is a setlist silo wiki-like service that allows people to create and edit performance lists for various artists and can include performance dates, notes, and venues. Users can also indicate concerts they attended in the past and interact with each other relating to their experiences.
Concert Archives, "the social network & diary for concert lovers" is a silo that has functionality for setlists, photos, videos, checkin history, and other related statistics for concerts one might attend.