Sensitive indie dude-turned-dayglo prancer Sufjan Stevens played the first of two shows at Prospect Park last night as part of the annual Celebrate Brooklyn! festival. He played a dramatic 14-song set (see the full setlist here), filled with hyper-colorful pop, neon backup dancers, bird wings and costume changes galore.

The elaborately-produced and choreographed set was mostly taken from his latest album, last year's The Age Of Adz; the encore was a three song set from his widescreen baroque pop masterpiece, Illinois. Tonight, he'll play another show at Prospect Park, which will be the last of the Adz tour. For an idea of the scope of the concert, you can check out some highlights from last night below, including "Futile Devices," "The Age of Adz," and "Casimir Pulaski Day."

"Futile Devices"

"Casimir Pulaski Day"

"The Age of Adz"