Dave Matthews Band resumed their major summer tour earlier this week, rocking out with a great showcase at Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, ME last night. The beloved group is celebrating their 25th anniversary in style, bringing out new tour debuts and bust outs practically every night. Last show featured two songs not yet played on tour, only adding to the variety of the band’s performances.
The DMB opened with “Granny,” before shuffling into “When The World Ends.” The band broke out into “Mercy” for the first time on tour, though fans heard a solo acoustic version of the song at Matthews’ performance at the Bernie Sanders rally earlier this week. Watch it here.
The set incorporated new song “Samurai Cop,” and also featured the 2016 tour debut of “Typical Situation,” which hadn’t been played since 11/11/15. The band kept rocking and closed the show with an encore that included “You & Me” and “You Might Die Trying.”
Dave Matthews Band continues their tour tomorrow night, June 10th, in Mansfield, MA. Check out the full setlist below.