SET 1: Cars Trucks Buses, Breath and Burning, The Final Hurrah, Free, Yarmouth Road, Plasma > Sigma Oasis, Limb By Limb, Sand
SET 2: A Wave of Hope > A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing > Blaze On > The Wedge, Farmhouse > Backwards Down the Number Line > Character Zero
ENCORE: Tube > First Tube
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Review by sstevee00
Sure, the back half of that second set was admittedly pretty rough, but the Tube > First Tube encore made up for it. Others here have said that people leaving early was proof that the show sucked but it was definitely to beat the terrible traffic getting out of the venue on a Sunday night, plus it was possible to still hear the show on the walk out. Some of the worst traffic I've ever experienced coming into a show, and I thought Mansfield was bad!
The song selection outside of the big jam songs take this out of 5 star territory, but on the strength of the good stuff alone I feel like a solid 4 is warranted. IMO I'd take a show with "questionable" song selection but top tier long/deep jamming over a show with "great" song selection but with little jamming any day.