SET 1: Sample in a Jar, Light, The Moma Dance > Funky Bitch, Heavy Things, Theme From the Bottom, Brian and Robert, Halfway to the Moon, The Line, I Didn't Know, 46 Days
SET 2: Everything's Right > Down with Disease > Steam > Seven Below > Dirt > The Wedge, Wilson > Run Like an Antelope
ENCORE: Loving Cup
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Review by Fluffhead_09
Short version: slightly above "average great" territory, some gems in both sets, and worth your time to give a listen.
Set 1: the earliest Light has been played since its inception, and this early curveball was thoroughly enjoyed. Light/Moma/Funky and Theme are clear Set 1 highlights, and surpass the re-listenable watermark. Halfway to the Moon was surprisingly delightful as well....oh, and jaded vets: stop complaining about The Line, even if your concerns are justified.
Set 2/Encore: Everything's Right continues its run as a powerhouse jam vehicle, and DWD, while predictable, takes us to expectedly unexpected places. Steam and Wedge were well executed, and a classic Antelope set closer + Loving Cup singalong had the crowd feeling satisfied.
Even if not an all-timer (or all-tour) show, all that attended were happy with the result. We're lucky to have such an incredible band and community to take this all in. Happy tour!