SET 1: Dogs Stole Things, Rift, Ha Ha Ha, Camel Walk, Crazy Sometimes > Saw It Again > Sanity > Bouncing Around the Room, Most Events Aren't Planned, Bug, I Been Around, Izabella
SET 2: Simple > Rise/Come Together > Starman, You Enjoy Myself, Loving Cup
ENCORE: On the Road Again > Lawn Boy Reprise > Tweezer Reprise
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Review by Philbombs77
But I'm just overwhelmed with joy in knowing that I love a band who has NEVER become a shell of itself or a nostalgia act. How many bands out there can match their own fire from 20 years ago? It's amazing beyond words. Thank you for bookending the summer with quite possibly the best Simple ever played in Chicago with another Top Tier version to close out MSG! Thank you for the Pitt Caspian and Completely. Thank you for Lawn Boy and Chalk Dust and Mike's and 1999 and ASIHTOS and that glorious YEM/Loving Cup combo to close out the second set tonight! Thank you so much for instilling within me, within us, the joy of being little kids or teenagers or college freshmen again, hearing the music with such awe that we feel young at heart. I know Keats wasn't talking about Phish or music or anything remotely close, but I can't help but feel, after witnessing this summer tour, that beauty is truth, truth beauty. Sorry for being such a maudlin sap, but I'm just so overcome by the past few weeks, I had to try to put it into words. I know they don't make much sense, but I'm just trying to convey my sense of gratitude to the band as well as the community that supports it.