The 2017 Panorama Festival kicked off last night (July 28) at Randall's Island Park in New York City, with Frank Ocean shutting the show down.

Frank's set had an added attention to detail as it was filmed by director, Spike Jonze. The Blonde singer ran through a set list of 17 tracks that included older hits like "Thinking Bout You," from his debut, Channel Orange, and new jams like "Nikes" and "Nights." It is unclear what exactly Jonze was filming the event for.

The crooner had two stages to work with and performed while rocking a shirt that read, "WHY BE RACIST, SEXIST, HOMOPHOBIC OR TRANSPHOBIC WHEN YOU COULD JUST BE QUIET." The statement-making garment is a product of Green Box Shop, a company reportedly owned by a 18-year-old, bisexual Black and Latina woman.

Frank looks to be back in his bag performance wise after a three-year hiatus from hitting the stage. He performed for the first time in three years last month at Denmark's NorthSide Festival.

Last week, he performed at the 2017 FYF Festival and surprised the crowd by bringing out actor, Brad Pitt.

The 2017 Panorama Music Festival continues today and tomorrow with performances Vince Staples, They., 6lack, Towkio and A Tribe Called Quest.

Check out footage from Frank's performance below.

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