SET 1: Prince Caspian , Back on the Train, Limb By Limb, My Friend, My Friend, Runaway Jim, Brian and Robert, Rubberneck Lions, Turtle in the Clouds, Guelah Papyrus, Snowflakes in the Sand, The Inlaw Josie Wales, Waste, In Long Lines , Ghosts of the Forest, Blaze On, Shade, The Connection, Mountains in the Mist, Mercury, Cavern, Backwards Down the Number Line, Wilson
ENCORE: Till We Meet Again, Windora Bug, Sanity, Lawn Boy, Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S.
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Review by GreatWent19
But this isn’t about the show. This was a crowd that wanted to party. And Trey wanted to play acoustic guitar, with loops and quiet parts, and maybe tell a few stories.
So what did we get? Fans screaming requests during quiet parts of the songs. Fans hollering while Trey was telling an emotional story about C Cott. Trey even had to admonish a fan at one point...
“Hey Man, this is a love fest and all but you really shouldn’t have done that”.
That was when some drunk moron screamed “WINDORA BUG!” during the quiet sections of The Inlaw Josie Wales. Disrespectful to the point that Trey had to say something.
So to all the party-fans who want to get drunk and scream though an acoustic guitar show, I’ll say the same thing Trey said while they were yelling during songs.
“You really took me out of it”.