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During the pause in Letter to Jimmy Page, Trey dedicated the song to everybody who was graduating. Trey acknowledged having played there for a long time and thanked the students for always inviting the band. The first set of this show was played outdoors in the McKewen Quad, but was halted due to rain. The second set was subsequently played indoors in the Keehn Co-Op's dorm lounge. The setlist for the second set may be incomplete. Bowie contained Contact teases in the intro, multiple "Elvis" quotes and a "Red Red Wine" quote. The soundcheck's Adeline contained a Marley quote from Fish. Some recordings that circulate with this date are mislabeled “The Front.”

The vocal jam in YEM included Under the Boardwalk, Get a Job, and My Girl quotes. Clod was played outside of Fluffhead for the first time since February 7, 1988 (197 shows). Page teased Take the 'A' Train and Tequila in Bathtub Gin. Before and after Brain, Fish was introduced as Marco Esquandolas. Harpua included a Third Stone From the Sun tease and Sunshine of Your Love teases. In response to some fans chanting "Elvis", Trey changed the "The storm's gone!" to "It's Elvis!" and Mike subsequently spoke in an Elvis Presley voice. Take the 'A' Train contained a Flintstones theme tease from Trey.  The second encore may be filler from another show.

SET 1: Mike's Song


It is unknown if Mike's Song was played in the first or second set of this show.
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