Two Ten-era songs open for the second show in a row. Ed asks “Where are we? Well, I know we’re not at the Spectrum ‘cause we blew that place up…” Given to Fly is dedicated to Dr. J. Not as…
Main Set: Wash, Oceans, Daughter/(Androgynous Mind), Hard To Imagine, Animal, Mind Your Manners, Do The Evolution, Deep, (Interstellar Overdrive)/Corduroy, Given To Fly, Quick Escape, Retrograde, Even Flow, Untitled, MFC, Not For You/(Modern Girl), Who Ever Said/((I Can’t Get No)/Satisfaction), Eruption, Why Go, Porch
encore 1: Inside Job, State Of Love And Trust, Breath, Crazy Mary, Leash, Alive, Rockin’ In The Free World
Two Ten-era songs open for the second show in a row. Ed asks
“Where are we? Well, I know we’re not at the Spectrum ‘cause we blew that place up…”
Given to Fly is dedicated to Dr. J. Not as much Gigaton tonight, with Quick Escape and Retrograde amping up the energy and the volume. Before Untitled, Ed comments that it’s nice to see so many faces, turning to Stone and adding “it’s nice to see yours, too,” (Stone had been masked for the few previous shows). Not For You has a slightly different-sounding intro, almost like Seven O’Clock. As the Modern Girl tag is beginning, Ed talks about how they’ve met so many nice people in Camden over the last 24 hours, and how over the last 6 months they’ve seen
“Incredible, crazy heat, we’ve seen floods, we’ve seen cold, we’ve seen wildfires, and then we get here and it’s like Goldilocks…perfect fucking day…we appreciate it more now.”
Ed talks about a dream he had about a volcano leading into Eruption. Prior to Porch, he mentions how voting rights are so important and gives the information number. After the break, Ed brings up Richie and his son Dermot on stage, the winners of the ALLIN contest, and says “I hope you like this one, ‘cause it was their choice,” and Breath follows State of Love and Trust for only the 4th time. Someone has a sign that says “PJ Show #108 – Play Leash” and they oblige. Boom takes a long solo on Crazy Mary before Mike finally joins in at the very end. Ed breaks out the Evel Knievel jacket for RITFW. Before exiting, he says “we’ll see you sooner than six years next time…goodnight, goodbye.” A show full of early material, with 13 of the 27 songs originating from the Ten and Vs. eras.