Last night, VICE celebrated its 20 year journey from small, subversive print magazine to Williamsburg-eating media-glomerate, hosting a massive, star-studded bash with a setlist your college self would die for.

Karen O, Stephen Malkmus, Lil Wayne, the Black Lips and Andrew W.K. all took the stage at the Brooklyn Navy Yard to put on what Vice global general manager Hosi Simon described as a "mini Coachella," complete with Porta Potties and Jonah Hill channeling Drake. Jealous you missed it? We are too. Here's what a $2 billion valuation can buy:

Jonah Hill performed "Marvin's Room," backed by Spike Jonze on guitar:

Scarlett Johansson, meanwhile, crooned to a cover of New Order's "Bizarre Love Triangle":

We all missed Fred Durst.

Obviously Andrew W.K. was there. Not you, though.

Lil Wayne, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah showed up:

And here's the whole setlist—read it and literally weep:

Note that none of the artists were paid to perform, though Vice did dish out $250K for the shebang. Oh, and there was an open bar, not that any of this will bring Death By Audio back.