, attached to 2015-09-06

Review by tourmalet

tourmalet Just like everyone else, I watched the time of the show and wondered why they had an near hour long setbreak. Some of us joked how Trey had learned to do hour long setbreaks with the Dead this summer and was this going to be their Dead set (we joked about that dead set that people always talked about but we all knew would never happen, nor do we even want it to happen). We just wanted our boys to come back and hit one out of the park one last time this summer. Loving Set II we wondered how they were going to jam all that energy into a short set 2.

Set 2 was nothing short of spectacular for me with an amazing DWD & 2001. I loved recalling Trey talking to us last year about the Horse and that was not overlooked. Silent in the Morning has always been a favorite and so close to the Jewish High Holidays it always resonates and connects me to the services "Silent in the morning, You found your voice that brings me to my knees, I will not dismiss you, shelter you, speak with you" It just connects, resonates with me and makes me want to be a better person.

When Tweezer Reprise came on I figured they were going to do just a very short and sweet one because of the curfew.

And the rest of the encore / set 3 will be permanently burned in to my brain. I don't think I have ever ever EVER had to put my hand over my mouth to keep from laughing and cackling with that much sheer joy in my life. Literally, I had to cover my mouth to muffle so much outrageous joy! It was the most amazing way for them to thank us, the audience. My words cannot capture the pure positive energy and joy walking out of that venue and the energy in the lot afterwards was just pure bliss, joy, positivity and love.

What an amazing way to end a summer tour!
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