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If Bethel2’s first set was a welcome departure from the 3.0 norm, Bethel3 was more of the same. The set wasn’t offensive or bad in any way; it was just unremarkable save for relative rarities like “Timber” and “Curtis Loew.” One minor outlier was the “OKP” > “Suzy,” which was especially feisty for a non-jammed out version. Unfortunately, the second set followed suit. The highlight was the “Simple” that went outside the box for a bit but did not match the beauty of the 1/1/11 version (never mind 8/6/10). The “Slave” closer was quite enjoyable – as “Slave” closers usually are – but was not enough to make up for the largely lackluster show. 3.0/10.
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October 24, 2016
16 hours ago
Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
Set 1: No Men In No Man's Land, Breath and Burning, Poor Heart, Wolfman's Brother, Water in the Sky, My Soul, NICU, It's Ice > Ocelot, Fuck Your Face, Ass Handed, Saw It Again, Running Out of Time, David Bowie
 Trey on Marimba Lumina.
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