SET 1: Push On 'Til the Day, Valentine, Small Axe, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Night Speaks to a Woman, What's Done, Cayman Review > Gotta Jibboo > Tuesday, Money, Love and Change, Sultans of Swing, Kill Devil Falls , Waste, Strange Design, Backwards Down the Number Line, Chalk Dust Torture, Wilson
ENCORE: Rocky Top
SET 2: Also Sprach Zarathustra > Maze, Suzy Greenberg > Uncle Pen, Free, Hold Your Head Up > Wind Beneath My Wings > Hold Your Head Up, Run Like an Antelope > Contact > Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Funky Bitch
ENCORE: The Squirming Coil
Soundcheck: Tela, Funky Bitch (possibly incomplete)
SET 2: The Curtain > Sample in a Jar, My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own > Run Like an Antelope, Mound, The Squirming Coil, Divided Sky, Bouncing Around the Room, Big Ball Jam > Big Black Furry Creature from Mars
It's Ice contained teases by Page of the theme from James Bond. Trey quoted Beds Are Burning in YEM.
Soundcheck: Shaggy Dog, Quinn The Eskimo > Jam, Sample In A Jar
Lawn Boy was played per Page's cousin Keith's request. Antelope included an I'm a Man tease from Page, an All Fall Down signal, and a Yakety Sax tease from Mike. Mike's Song contained a brief tease from Page of In the Hall of the Mountain King and multiple Another One Bites the Dust teases. The soundboard shorted out during Mound. Rocky Top featured Fish on trombone, was performed acoustic, and along with Amazing Grace through Sweet Adeline, without microphones. The band engaged in a rubber band fight between Sweet Adeline and Rocky Top.
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