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No known setlist.

Soundcheck: Rockdale (this soundcheck is incomplete)

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Flopener.
    [2] With Trey Anastasio on guitar.
    [3] With Trey Anastasio on guitar, James Casey on saxophone, Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet, and Natalie Cressman on trombone.

One Set: Push On 'Til the Day, Love Is What We Are, Mozambique, Cayman Review, Camel Walk, Twist, No Men in No Man's Land, A Life Beyond The Dream, ...And Flew Away, Dark And Down, Ghost[1], Hey Stranger[1], Everything's Right[1], First Tube[2]

Encore: Llama[3], Show of Life[4], Party Time[5]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Rick on guitar and Peter on keys.
    [2] With Rick on guitar, Peter on keys, Trevor on bass, and Spuds and Jeff on percussion.
    [3] Performed in a slow funk style. With Rick on guitar, Peter on keys, and Trevor, Spuds, and Jeff on percussion. Final lyric changed to "TABoose".
    [4] With Rick on guitar, Peter on keys, and Trevor, Spuds, and Jeff on percussion.
    [5] With Rick on guitar, Peter on keys, and Trevor, Spuds, and Jeff on percussion. Ended with a full-band drum parade as they left the stage.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With.
    [2] With Trey Anastasio on guitar.
    [3] With Trey Anastasio on guitar and Russ Lawton on percussion.

Set 1: I Never Needed You Like This Before, Blaze On, Wolfman's Brother, Blazing Down the Twisted Wire, Sand, Shine, 46 Days, Mr. Completely[1], Plasma[1], A Wave of Hope[1]

Encore: Quantegy[1], Money, Love and Change[1]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Rick on guitar and Peter on keys.

Teases:
"Sco-Mule" tease in Hungersite

Soundcheck: Hungersite, Tumble (this soundcheck is incomplete)

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Trey Anastasio on guitar and vocals and Sco-Mule tease from Peter.
    [2] With Trey Anastasio on guitar.

Coach's Corner: After Arrow, Peter noted that Coach was not at the show due to his newborn son and sent love and congratulations to Jon, Bonnie, and Bodie Lombardi!

One Set: First Tube, Set Your Soul Free, Twist, Curlew's Call, About to Run, Magilla, Everything's Right > Simple Twist Up Dave, Meet Me At The Creek[1], Possum[2], The Moma Dance[3], Gotta Jibboo[3]

Encore: Love and Regret[4], Water in the Sky[4], Back on the Train[3], Carini[5]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Billy Strings on acoustic guitar and vocals and Trey on acoustic guitar. Tweezer Reprise tease from Billy.
    [2] With Billy Strings on guitar.
    [3] With Rick and Billy Strings on guitar and Peter on keys.
    [4] Trey and Billy Strings acoustic.
    [5] With Rick and Billy Strings on guitar, Peter on keys, Trevor on bass, and Spuds and Jeff on percussion.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Slow, melodic version.
    [2] Unfinished.
    [3] The Brothers Johnson.
    [4] With Trey Anastasio on guitar and vocals.
    [5] With Trey Anastasio on guitar.

One Set: Everything's Right, Mozambique, Camel Walk, Cayman Review, Alive Again, Love Is What We Are, Gotta Jibboo, Olivia, Ghost, Simple Twist Up Dave, Hey Stranger, Money, Love and Change, Push On 'Til The Day, Sand[1]

Encore: More[2], Backwards Down the Number Line[2], Suzy Greenberg[3]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Rick on guitar and Peter on keys.
    [2] Trey solo acoustic.
    [3] With Rick on guitar, Peter on keys, and Spuds, Jeff, and Trevor on percussion.

Soundcheck: Thatch (this soundcheck is incomplete)

Coach's Notes:
    [1] FTP.
    [2] The Band.
    [3] With Trey Anastasio on guitar and vocals for the second verse.
    [4] With Trey Anastasio on guitar.

Coach's Corner: Peter introduced Thatch as a new song. After the debut, Rick noted that it was "like two days old".

Set 1: Drifting, Set Your Soul Free, Ocelot, Magilla, A Wave of Hope, Shade, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Spin, Last Tube, Hey Stranger, Valentine, Mr. Completely[1], Rise/Come Together[1]

Encore: Possum[2]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Rick on guitar and Peter on keys.
    [2] With Rick on guitar, Peter on keys, and Spuds, Jeff, and Trevor on percussion.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band.
    [2] Fat Freddy's Drop. With Natalie Cressman on trombone, Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet, and James Casey on saxophone.
    [3] With Trey Anastasio on guitar.

Coach's Corner: After Flodown, Peter shouted out the crowd behind the stage as it was the band's first 360-degree arena show. Hollywood Nights was played for the first time since May 4, 2018 (311 shows).

One Set: Sand, Shine, Twist, Mozambique, Night Speaks to a Woman, Mercy, Undermind, ...And Flew Away, Pigtail, About to Run, Push On 'Til The Day, No Men in No Man's Land[1], 46 Days[1]

Encore: Carini[2]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Rick on guitar and Peter on keys.
    [2] With Rick on guitar, Peter on keys, Spuds and Jeff on percussion, and Trevor on bass.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fast version.
    [2] With Trey Anastasio on guitar.
    [3] With Trey Anastasio on guitar and vocals for the first verse.

Set 1: Cayman Review, Camel Walk, Money, Love and Change, Olivia, Ghost, Hey Stranger, Gotta Jibboo, A Life Beyond The Dream, Simple Twist Up Dave, Dark And Down, Back On The Train[1] > Steam[1]

Encore: Theme From the Bottom[2], Strange Design[3], Blaze On[4]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Rick on guitar and Peter on keys.
    [2] Trey solo acoustic.
    [3] Rick and Trey acoustic duet.
    [4] With Rick on guitar, Peter on keys, and Spuds, Jeff, and Trevor on percussion. Ended with a full-band drum jam as they walked off stage.

Soundcheck: Electric Avenue, Atlas Dogs, S.O.S., All I Need, Pancakes

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Eddy Grant.
    [2] With Trey Anastasio on guitar.
    [3] With Trey Anastasio on guitar and vocals.

One Set: Set Your Soul Free, Love Is What We Are, Mozambique, The Moma Dance, Alive Again, Curlew's Call, Magilla, Everything's Right, Roll Like A River, Sand, Valentine, Wolfman's Brother[1]

Encore: Llama[2], First Tube[3]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Rick on guitar and Peter on keys.
    [2] Performed in a slow funk style. With Rick on guitar, Peter on keys, and Spuds and Jeff on percussion.
    [3] With Rick on guitar, Peter on keys, Spuds and Jeff on percussion, and Trevor on bass.

One Set: Hungersite

Coach's Corner: Goose was the musical guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Set 1: New Speedway Boogie, Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo -> Wharf Rat, Dear Prudence, Jack-A-Roe, That's What Love Will Make You Do, U.S. Blues

Set 2: Shakedown Street, Mason's Children, Hard to Handle, Estimated Prophet, Unbroken Chain, Stella Blue, Turn On Your Love Light[1]

Encore: Ripple

Coach's Notes:
    [1] There Is A Mountain and Jessica teases.

Coach's Corner: The whole show featured Rick on guitar and vocals.

Set 1: Bertha, Althea, When I Paint My Masterpiece, He's Gone -> Cold Rain And Snow, Touch of Grey

Set 2: China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider, Brown-Eyed Woman, The Wheel -> Terrapin Station > Morning Dew, One More Saturday Night

Encore: Johnny B. Goode

Coach's Corner: The whole show featured Rick on guitar and vocals.

Set 1: Here Comes Sunshine, Tennessee Jed, Big River, Dancing in the Streets -> Scarlet Begonias -> Dancing in the Streets, Fire on the Mountain

Set 2: Ship Of Fools, Cassidy, St. Stephen -> The Eleven > Dark Star -> The Other One -> Dark Star -> Going Down The Road Feeling Bad -> We Bid You Goodnight

Encore: Brokedown Palace

Coach's Corner: The whole show featured Rick on guitar and vocals.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Otis Day & The Knights.

Coach's Corner: Shama Lama Ding Dong was dedicated to Jeb for his birthday.

Teases:
"Welcome To Delta" jam in Indian River
"When The Saints Go Marching In" tease in Madhuvan

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Wood Brothers.
    [2] 80s synth version. With Welcome to Delta jam.
    [3] Jurassic Park theme tease from Trevor.
    [4] Fast version.
    [5] Nina Simone.
    [6] Steppenwolf. FTP.
    [7] When The Saints Go Marching In teases.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Spoon.
    [2] Run DMC.
    [3] The Moody Blues.
    [4] The Beatles.

Teases:
"Dripfield" tease in Tumble

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Bob Marley.
    [2] Coach on rainstick.
    [3] Slow, melodic version.
    [4] Bruce Hornsby.
    [5] Dripfield tease from Peter.

Coach's Corner: The Way It Is was played for the first time since January 29, 2022 (64 shows).

Teases:
"When The Saints Go Marching In" tease in Rosewood Heart

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Indie-Groove version.
    [2] The Clash.
    [3] When The Saints Go Marching In teases.

Coach's Corner: Rock The Casbah was played for the first time since January 30, 2022 (61 shows).

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The National.
    [2] Album arrangement.

Soundcheck: State of the Art (A.E.I.O.U.) (2x), So Fresh, So Clean (3x) (This soundcheck is incomplete)

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fast version.
    [2] Jim James.
    [3] Outkast, FTP. With Big Boi, Sleepy Brown, and DJ Cutmaster Swift.
    [4] Fat Freddy's Drop.
    [5] With Griffin Goldsmith on drums and Jeff on guitar.

Coach's Corner: Before Empress, Peter let the crowd know that they would not be taking an encore break.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Vibey Tumble. Played with regular Tumble composed section and jam.
    [2] 80s synth version.
    [3] With.
    [4] The Band.
    [5] Unfinished.
    [6] 4 Non Blondes.

Coach's Corner: Vibey Tumble was played for the first time since January 30, 2022 (60 shows). What's Up was played for the first time since June 27, 2020 (125 shows).

Teases:
"Wild Night" tease in Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
"Greensleeves" jam in Atlas Dogs

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Greensleeves jam.
    [2] Slow, melodic version.
    [3] Van Morrison.
    [4] The Brothers Johnson.
    [5] Grateful Dead. Wild Night teases.

Coach's Corner: Wild Night was played for the first time since September 17, 2020 (119 shows).

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Steppenwolf.
    [2] Bobby Blue Bland.

Teases:
"Welcome To Delta" jam in Indian River

Coach's Notes:
    [1] 80s synth version. With Welcome to Delta jam.
    [2] Blind Melon.
    [3] Foster The People.
    [4] Walter Murphy.
    [5] Fast version.

Coach's Corner: No Rain was played for the first time since February 2, 2022 (54 shows). A Fifth of Beethoven was played for the first time since January 29, 2022 (56 shows).

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Slow, melodic version.
    [2] Eddy Grant.
    [3] FTP.
    [4] Otis Day & the Knights.

Coach's Corner: Before Arcadia, Rick announced that it was Jeb's 121st show and he was "finally getting his Shama."

Teases:
"Tumble" tease in The Empress Of Organos
"Mad World" tease in Hungersite

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Tom Waits.
    [2] Tumble teases from Rick.
    [3] Mad World teases.
    [4] Kylie Minogue.

Coach's Corner: The band left the stage at the end of the second set with the synth still going and led it into the encore.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Chick Corea.
    [2] Creedence Clearwater Revivial.
    [3] Coach on rainstick.

Coach's Corner: Spain was played for the first time since April 16, 2016 (462 shows).

No known setlist.

Coach's Corner: This was an opening set for Spafford.

Set 1: There Will Always Be, Lay Me Down, Hey John, Blood, Give It Time, Jed Stone, Carry On

Set 2: How it Ends, When It Was Easy, High and Low, Your Song, Ghost, Pacha Mama, Hot Love & The Lazy Poet

Coach's Corner: This show was performed with Matt Campbell on keys and vocals, Rick Mitarotonda on guitar and vocals, and Jeff Arevalo on drums.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fast version.
    [2] The Grateful Dead.
    [3] Tumble's instrumental bridge was played as an intro to Vibey Tumble.
    [4] The National.

Set 1: The Waiting[1], You Got Lucky[1], You Don't Know How It Feels[1], **Custom[2], Yer So Bad[1], Stop Draggin' My Heart Around[1], It's Good to Be King[1], Breakdown[1], Mary Jane's Last Dance[1], Free Fallin'[1]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Rick on guitar.
    [2] Rick on guitar and vocals.

Set 1: Someone Else's Cafe/Doomscroller Tries to Relax, When the Tequila Runs Out, Comes in Waves, When My Time Comes, A Little Bit of Everything, Everything Is Permanent, Feed the Fire[1], All Your Favorite Bands[1]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Rick on guitar.

Set 1: One Way Out[1], Whipping Post[2], Midnight Rider[2]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Rick on guitar and vocals.
    [2] Rick on guitar.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Band. Margo Price on tambourine and vocals.
    [2] Cory Wong on guitar.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] 80s synth version.
    [2] David Gray.
    [3] Rupert Holmes.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Kenny Loggins.
    [2] Unfinished.
    [3] Flodown tease from Spuds.

Coach's Corner: I'm Alright and Make the Move were played for the first time since June 15, 2021 (89 shows).

Soundcheck: In Your Eyes (this soundcheck is incomplete)

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fast version.
    [2] Peter Gabriel. With Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig on vocals.
    [3] With Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig on vocals.
    [4] Jason Hann on percussion.

Coach's Corner: In Your Eyes was played for the first time since July 9, 2021 (80 shows).

Opening Band(s): Lawrence

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Indie-Groove version.
    [2] Elvis Presley.
    [3] FTP, Elvis Presley. Elvis impersonator on vocals.
    [4] Slow, melodic version.
    [5] Sergio Mendes.

Coach's Corner: (Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame was played for the first time since July 7, 2021 (81 shows).

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Unfinished.
    [2] FTP, The National.
    [3] Fat Freddy's Drop.
    [4] FTP, Moniker.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Wes Montgomery. FTP with Peter on keys.
    [2] Tumble teases from Rick.
    [3] Grateful Dead.
    [4] Coach on rainstick.
    [5] Talk Talk, FTP.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] 80s synth version.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fast version.
    [2] Pat Benatar.

Teases:
"Sinnerman" tease in All I Need

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Who.
    [2] Slow, melodic version. Sinnerman teases.
    [3] Otis Day & The Knights.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Unfinished.
    [2] Bruce Springsteen, with Special guest Taylor Goldsmith from Dawes on guitar.
    [3] The Band, with Special guest Taylor Goldsmith from Dawes on guitar.

Coach's Corner: This first three songs were picked from randomly out of a cup filled with songs from the catalog.

This was a late-night show at the Newport Folk Festival.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Indie-Groove version. Rick and Peter on acoustic guitar, Spuds and Jeff using brushes.
    [2] Rick and Peter on acoustic guitar, Spuds and Jeff using brushes.
    [3] Album version.

No known setlist.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Elvis Presley.
    [2] Radiohead
    [3] Tears For Fears.
    [4] The Grateful Dead.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Vibey Tumble.
    [2] Bob Marley.
    [3] The Band.
    [4] The Grateful Dead.
    [5] A-ha
    [6] Tom Waits.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Steppenwolf.
    [2] Jim James.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Flopener.
    [2] Slow, melodic version.

No known setlist.

Coach's Corner: With Dogs in a Pile.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Indie-Groove version.
    [2] FTP.
    [3] Arcade Fire.
    [4] Bruce Springsteen.
    [5] Father John Misty, with special guest Josh Tillman AKA Father John Misty on vocals.
    [6] Handini walked up the stairs on the side of the venue while playing the intro.
    [7] Trey Anastasio on guitar and vocals.
    [8] Trey Anastasio on guitar.
    [9] The Beatles. Trey Anastasio on guitar and vocals, Father John Misty on drums and vocals, and Jeff on guitar.

Coach's Corner: The entire first set was acoustic. Peter played a grand piano at this show. Wake Up was played for the first time since February 20, 2015 (472 shows). Atlantic City was played for the first time since March 15, 2020 (108 shows).

Coach's Corner: Goose was the musical guest on CBS Saturday Mornings.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Peter greeted the crowd then discussed the sad issues going on in our country, he encouraged everyone to use their power to vote and spread positive change.
    [2] The Grateful Dead/Traditional, FTP.
    [3] Slow, melodic version.
    [4] Album arrangement. D. James Goodwin on guitar, Stuart Bogie on saxophone, and Dave Nelson on trombone.

Coach's Corner: The entire first set was played acoustic. Peter played a grand piano for this show.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fat Freddy's Drop.
    [2] Eddy Grant.
    [3] Peter told the crowd, "We only have time for one more...be friendly to one another! It’s cool to be kind.”

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Spoon.
    [2] Unfinished.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Band.
    [2] Indie-Groove version.
    [3] Dini let the crowd know they had an early curfew and were gonna play one more without walking off.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With JonL on rain stick.
    [2] Fast version.
    [3] Paul Simon. With Andrew Goedde on whistle.
    [4] Kylie Minogue.
    [5] The band walked off stage with a creepy sounding arpeggiator playing, then came back on for encore and jammed into the Tea.

Teases:
"Factory Fiction" tease in Rockdale

Soundcheck: Dragging The Line, Cantaloupe Island, Jam (Peter solo on synth), Jam (Peter and Jeff)

Coach's Notes:
    [1] FTP.
    [2] With Factory Fiction teases.

Coach's Corner: Before the encore, Peter read out the results to the first annual touring party golden glizzy contest. Tour manager Sam King was the winner!

Soundcheck: The Old Man's Boat (jam), Spirit of the Dark Horse, New Song (this soundcheck is incomplete)

Coach's Notes:
    [1] FTP, Great Blue.
    [2] Grateful Dead.
    [3] FTP as Goose, LTP as Vasudo in 2012.
    [4] Slow, melodic version.
    [5] The Moody Blues.

Soundcheck: Animal (repeated several times), Turbulence & The Night Rays, The Whales, Time to Flee (brief jam), AUATC (x3), Turbulence & The Night Rays

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Unfinished.
    [2] Bon Iver, after the song Snakes told the crowd that we went to see Bon Iver play the previous night at the same venue.
    [3] Fifth of Beethoven tease.
    [4] The Band.

Teases:
"Welcome To Delta" jam in Indian River
"Atlas Dogs" tease in Indian River

Coach's Notes:
    [1] FTP as Indie-Groove version.
    [2] With Welcome to Delta jam and Atlas Dogs teases.
    [3] Band left the stage with a drone still playing.
    [4] The Beatles.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] FTP with album arrangement.
    [2] The band played half the song, then jammed out due to time constraints.

Soundcheck: The Old Man's Boat, Jam (this soundcheck is incomplete)

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Kirsten Wintergreen came on stage during the song looking to get an interview, Coach had to push him off stage.
    [2] Coach on rainstick.
    [3] The band had large beach balls released into the crowd during the song.
    [4] Fast version.
    [5] The band walked off stage with the song unfinished but the drone was still playing. They came back on for encore and finished Drip.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Wood Brothers.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Jeff Engborg on keys.
    [2] Mario Kart, with Jeff Engborg on keys.

Coach's Corner: This performance was part of Domefest.

No known setlist.

Opening Band(s): JEDD

No known setlist.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Creedence Clearwater Revival.
    [2] Slow, melodic version.
    [3] Eddy Grant.

Coach's Corner: This was the largest crowd the band had played for to date.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fast version.
    [2] Unfinished.
    [3] Nina Simone.
    [4] Father John Misty.
    [5] The band left the stage with music still looping from their gear, it stayed on until they returned for encore.

Teases:
"Welcome To Delta" jam in Indian River

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Flopener.
    [2] With Welcome to Delta jam.
    [3] Bob Marley.
    [4] Unfinished, the band walked off stage with a drone jam continuing to play until they returned back on stage for encore.
    [5] Steppenwolf.

Set 1: Boozer[1] > Dazed and Confused[2]

Set 2: Float Along - Fill Your Lungs[3] > Lady and A Man[4]

Encore: Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley[5]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] John Scofield.
    [2] Led Zeppelin.
    [3] King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard.
    [4] Khruangbin.
    [5] Robert Palmer.

Teases:
"Jaws Theme" tease in California Magic

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Slow, melodic version.
    [2] Super ted outro jam, ‘Jaws’ Theme Teases.
    [3] David Gray.
    [4] Fat Freddy's Drop.
    [5] Super ted outro jam.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Nina Simone.
    [2] Run DMC.
    [3] Otis Day & The Knights.

Teases:
"Creatures" tease in Tumble

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Unfinished.
    [2] Father John Misty.
    [3] With.
    [4] Fast version. Unfinished.
    [5] Bill Withers. LTP 10.5.19 Coach's Wedding.
    [6] Devo. Jon L on rainstick.
    [7] Jon L on rainstick.

Coach's Corner: Use Me was played for the first time since July 15, 2017 (345 shows).

Teases:
"Echo Of A Rose" jam in Rosewood Heart

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Echo of a Rose jam.
    [2] Jackson Browne.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Band.
    [2] Different feel and outro.
    [3] Sergio Mendes.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fast version.
    [2] Jim James.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] When the Saints Go Marching In tease
    [2] Bubblehouse by Medeski, Martin, & Wood teases
    [3] Wes Montgomery
    [4] The band went into a drone jam & Tweekz read poetry called “Chicken Fried” by Zac Brown Band.
    [5] During the jam, Jon L bowled a strike on stream.
    [6] Steppenwolf.

Coach's Corner: Switchin' was played for the first time since May 6, 2021 (60 shows).

Teases:
"Europa" tease in Hot Tea

Soundcheck: Jam, Jam, Spirit of the Dark Horse, Silver Rising, Dancing in the Moonlight

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Coach on rainstick.
    [2] Foster The People.
    [3] Europa teases.
    [4] King Harvest.

Teases:
"Welcome To Delta" jam in Indian River

Soundcheck: Jam, 726, Nights in White Satin, Pumped Up Kicks, Jeff Engborg, Indian River

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Welcome to Delta jam.
    [2] The Moody Blues.
    [3] Slow, melodic version.
    [4] Bobby Blue Bland.

Teases:
"I Wish" tease in Pancakes
"Dripfield" jam in Wysteria Lane

Soundcheck: California Magic, Liza Jane, I Wish, California Magic, Jam

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Traditional.
    [2] FTP.
    [3] Unfinished.
    [4] Stevie Wonder.
    [5] Dripfield vibes.
    [6] I Wish teases from Rick.

Coach's Corner: I Wish was played for the first time since December 7, 2019 (115 shows).

Soundcheck: Silver Rising, Borne, Dripfield (incomplete)

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Vince Guaraldi
    [2] Fast version.
    [3] Nina Simone, FTP.
    [4] At the end of Empress, Spuds grabbed a mic and proposed to to Sam Wray, she said yes!
    [5] FTP.

Coach's Corner: This show was postponed from December 18, 2021 due to COVID-19. Linus and Lucy was played for the first time since December 11, 2020 (61 shows). Handini played a Yamaha C7 grand piano for the first time on stage. This show was sold out.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Guess Who. Dedicated to Ryan Storm's "request".
    [2] Fatboy Slim, Peter brought out each crew member and thanked them for all the hard work this tour.

Teases:
"Welcome To Delta" jam in Indian River

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Welcome to Delta jam.
    [2] The Grateful Dead.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Bob Marley
    [2] Bon Iver.
    [3] The Tramps.

Teases:
"Flodown" tease in Echo Of A Rose

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Tom Waits.
    [2] Eddie Grant.
    [3] Fast version. Flodown tease from Spuds.
    [4] First time played with new feel and new outro.
    [5] Grateful Dead.

Coach's Corner: Gun Street Girl was played for the first time since April 9, 2021 (56 shows).

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Band.
    [2] Slow, melodic version.
    [3] Talking Heads.
    [4] Rupert Holmes.

Teases:
"Mini Mall Rap" vocal jam in Jeff Engborg

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With 2001 teases.
    [2] Coach on rainstick.
    [3] Fat Freddy's Drop.
    [4] Unfinished.
    [5] FTP. With Mini Mall Rap.
    [6] The Band.

Coach's Corner: Mini Mall Rap was last performed on June 26, 2020 (53 shows).

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Who.
    [2] Spoon.