Soundcheck: Jam -> Plasma
SET 1: Ghost -> Set Your Soul Free -> Ghost, The Wedge, Mound, Mountains in the Mist, Back on the Train > Ruby Waves, I Been Around, Tube > About to Run
SET 2: Chalk Dust Torture -> Plasma -> Weekapaug Groove -> Saw It Again -> Prince Caspian > Backwards Down the Number Line > Bug > Sand
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Review by thegman335
Nice first set with some tasty jams in SYSF and Ruby Waves. Page was taking me to church with some majestic Hammond during SYSF. Segues from and into Ghost were smooth as butter and a hell of a way to start a show. Not to mention Mound, and I Been Around is a fun tune.
Second set started out promising and then got destroyed by awful setlist calls by Trey. Chalkdust was long but uneventful, Plasma was great, and the standalone Weekapaug was a good effort at taking it deep even though it was a bit wonky.
Page leads them into a cool dark groove post-Saw It Again and I thought we were in for a ride, and then Trey fires up Caspian. Damn. Caspian > Number Line > Bug mid second set is awful.
Still a pretty good tour opener. Even if some of the jams didn't get there for me, it was better than those early 3.0 jamless shows where they didn't even try.