SET 1: Lie in Our Graves 
SET 1: Jimi Thing 
SET 1: Lie in Our Graves 
Soundcheck: Limb By Limb, Twist (several times), Ginseng Sullivan
ENCORE: Loving Cup
The jam during Bathtub Gin featured Trey jumping up and down in time with a syncopated jam, as well as strong Drowned teases. Near the end of the jam, Trey mentioned how good it was to be back home and named the four newer songs that were played. The beginning of Bowie included Radar Love teases from Mike and a Birdland jam and Wolfman’s included a Bathtub Gin tease. The jam out of Theme, as well as Funky Bitch, featured LeRoi Moore on saxophone. The jam with LeRoi included a segment where he played two saxes, Trey played three guitars, Mike played two basses and the Cracklin’ Rosie cymbals, Fish had four drumsticks and Page was lying across his keyboards playing as many as possible. At one point, Trey grabbed two drumsticks and played them on Fish's cymbals and his guitar before tossing them into the crowd. LeRoi also teased the Woody Woodpecker theme during the jam.
Soundcheck: Johnny B. Goode
ENCORE: Three Little Birds
SET 1: All Along the Watchtower 
ENCORE: Nature intro, Tripping Billies
SET 2: Also Sprach Zarathustra > Runaway Jim, Halley's Comet -> Scent of a Mule, You Enjoy Myself -> Catapult -> You Enjoy Myself, Amazing Grace, Foreplay/Long Time, Bouncing Around the Room, Suzy Greenberg
ENCORE: Highway to Hell
SET 1: Back at the Chicken Shack > Born Under a Bad Sign, Let It Rock, Improv Blues in 'G', She Caught the Katy and Left Me a Mule to Ride, Down the Road, A Mess of Blues, Little Wing, Day Tripper, Escaping, Hey Joe
SET 2: Hip Hug-Her, Rock Me Baby, In the Wee Wee Hours, Red House, Yonder Wall, She Belongs To Me, Not Fade Away, That's Heaven to Me, Just Before the Bullets Fly, I've Been Loving You Too Long, Spanish Moon , All Along the Watchtower 
ENCORE: Gloria 
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