SET 1: First Tube, Cayman Review, Last Tube, Alaska, Pigtail, Dark and Down, Money, Love and Change, Drifting, The Land of Nod, Tuesday, Push On 'Til the Day
SET 2: Mr. Completely
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Review by goinphishin
Summer Camp Music Festival was extremely muddy by this last day due to all the rain over the weekend, and it refused to stop throughout the whole show. Lightning flashed all across the sky behind the stage, making the backdrop of the Traveler waves even more fitting and cool! It may sound like no fun, but this is coming from the guy who had no pancho and was soaking wet and freezing standing in the mud for 2 hours just for Trey. And I had no complaints the whole time, except when the set-break came around and Trey said "give us 15 minutes guys" which ended up being 45. Even then, I anxiously awaited his return.
The first set was phenomenal! All of the songs were full of energy and no one missed a beat. First Tube was the perfect opener for the stormy adventure to come. The whole time I watched rain pouring off the roof of the stage down onto the stage floor, getting Trey and his guitar both wet, but the smile never left his face once.
This show, although having the downside of being cut short, was epic in its small time, and a fun ender to TAB's tour.