|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1998-04-17||Higher Ground||2||Pass the Peas||***|
|1999-02-15||Higher Ground||2||Sand >||Possum||Trey on second drum kit.|
|1999-05-03||Michigan Theater||2||Will It Go Round in Circles||Silicone Fairy||Trey on second drum kit.|
|1999-05-04||Murat Theatre||2||Sand >||Voodoo Child (Slight Return)||Trey on second drum kit.|
|1999-05-07||American Theater||2||Sand >||Mozambique||Trey on second drum kit.|
|1999-05-08||Oscar Mayer Theatre||2||Sand >||Come On (Part One)||Trey on second drum kit.|
|1999-05-10||Thomas Wolfe Auditorium||2||First Tube >||Sand||Trey on second drum kit.|
|1999-05-11||9:30 Club||2||Sand >||I Can See Clearly Now||Trey on second drum kit.|
|1999-05-13||SUNY-Binghamton Concert Theater||2||O-o-h Child >||Smells Like Teen Spirit||Trey on second drum kit.|
|1999-05-14||State Theatre||2||Sand >||Voodoo Child (Slight Return)||Trey on second drum kit.|
|1999-05-15||Palace Theatre||2||Sand >||Come On (Part One)||Trey on second drum kit.|
|1999-05-17||The Flynn Theatre||2||Sand >||I Can See Clearly Now|
|1999-05-19||The Fillmore Auditorium||2||Sand >||I Can See Clearly Now||Trey on second drum kit.|
|2015-06-27||Levi's Stadium||2||Turn On Your Love Light >||> What's Become of the Baby|
|2015-06-28||Levi's Stadium||2||He's Gone ->||> I Need A Miracle||Sikiru Adepoju on talking drum.|
|2015-07-03||Soldier Field||2||FOTM >||-> Space|
|2015-07-04||Soldier Field||2||Foolish Heart >||-> Space|
|2015-07-05||Soldier Field||2||Terrapin Station >||-> Space|
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