Soundcheck: Jam, Blues Jam, Tide Turns, Petrichor, Walking Blues
ENCORE: Quinn the Eskimo
ENCORE: Touch of Grey
ENCORE 2: Attics of My Life
ENCORE: U.S. Blues
ENCORE: Brokedown Palace
ENCORE: Casey Jones
SET 1: Bird Song 
SET 1: Uncle John's Band , High Time , Dire Wolf , New Speedway Boogie , Cumberland Blues , Black Peter , Easy Wind , Casey Jones , Bertha , Truckin'  -> The Other One , Viola Lee Blues , Scarlet Begonias  -> Fire on the Mountain 
SET 1: The Wheel > Cumberland Blues , Loser , Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo , Dire Wolf , Dupree's Diamond Blues , Tennessee Jed , Ship of Fools , They Love Each Other , Bird Song , New Speedway Boogie , Loose Lucy , Friend of the Devil , Mission in the Rain , Ramble On Rose , Catfish John , Shakedown Street , Terrapin Station , He's Gone , Eyes of the World , Scarlet Begonias , Don't Let Go , Days Between  > Franklin's Tower , U.S. Blues , Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad , Ripple 
SET 1: Jam > Jack Straw , Cassidy > Bird Song , Odessa , Lost Sailor > Saint of Circumstance , Shade of Grey , Hell in a Bucket
ENCORE: U.S. Blues
ENCORE: See You Again
ENCORE: Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad 
SET 1: Ollin Arageed > Jam > Help on the Way > Slipknot! > Sugaree , Loser , Brown-Eyed Women , Dark Star  > Bertha , Eyes of the World , Standing On the Moon , Scarlet Begonias -> Fire on the Mountain , Stella Blue , The Wheel , Uncle John's Band , He's Gone , Slipknot! , Franklin's Tower
June 26, 2016
12 months ago
Klipsch Music Center
Set 1: My Friend, My Friend, Kill Devil Falls, Camel Walk, A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing > Poor Heart, Tube, Halley's Comet > Maze, Lawn Boy, Breath and Burning, Saw It Again > Theme From the Bottom > First Tube
Encore: Rock and Roll
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