I don't have the memory for setlists, but I'll give it a go:
They opened with You & I Alone. Did Ooh Stick You relatively early on, but it wasn't the original backing track and the new music felt a bit odd for that one. It was a pretty short set, including the other new songs we know and maybe two or three others. They threw out bags full of inflatables. Some of the new songs were pretty bopsome.
There's a track that begins "Daphne... Whatever happened to Yaz?" with Daphne's first verse asking the same about Taylor Dayne. There was one Tundra song with D&C on backing vocals, and in the massive dance break Daphne made balloon animals and a balloon crown for Max. Two-song encore was a new song about saving the world that was pretty great, closing with UGLY with a like-the-original beginning, and then a Prince remix section introduced by confetti cannons.
No Schools Out. Support was a rock band and aside from CHVRCHES the music before bands was all rock stuff too, which felt a bit wrong – I was hoping for it to be entirely a celebration of them destroying rock music 18 years ago. The audience was pretty male heavy and didn't feel like a pop crowd.
But there was still dancing, and it still made me grin lots. The girls' vocals often seemed to be stretching their range without pitchshift or autotune, but not charmlessly so, and all three of them looked like they were having a great time. Long live Daphne & Celeste!