|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2003-11-07||Hammerstein Ballroom||1||My Antonia||Where Are You Going?|
|2003-12-12||Bryce Jordan Center||2||Up On Cripple Creek||Oh|
|2003-12-13||Providence Civic Center||2||Spanish Moon||Oh|
|2003-12-15||Wachovia Center||2||Up On Cripple Creek||Oh|
|2003-12-16||FleetCenter||2||Oh, Sister||So Damn Lucky|
|2003-12-17||MSG||2||Oh, Sister||So Damn Lucky|
|2003-12-19||Hartford Civic Center||2||Oh, Sister||So Damn Lucky|
|2003-12-20||BlueCross Arena||2||Fire||Spanish Moon|
|2003-12-22||Allstate Arena||2||Oh, Sister||Up On Cripple Creek|
|2004-01-12||Key Arena||2||Oh, Sister||Up On Cripple Creek|
|2004-01-14||Cox Arena||2||Oh, Sister||Tell Me Something Good|
|2004-01-15||Staples Center||2||So Damn Lucky||American Tune|
|2005-10-29||Sam Boyd Stadium||2||***||Jimi Thing|
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