Through the first four of their shows this summer, Dead & Company had yet to play any repeat songs in their repertoire. While that streak ended last night, the band did add a staggering number of tour debuts to their rotation at the BB&T Pavilion, and even found time to debut a rendition of Bob Dylan’s “All Along The Watchtower.” As per usual, the all-star combination of Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart of the grateful Dead, with John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge, and Jeff Chimenti continued to impress fans.

The band opened their show with crowd pleaser “Bertha,” before jamming through hits like “Shakedown Street” and “West L.A. Fadeaway.” “Row Jimmy,” “Crazy Fingers,” “I Need A Miracle,” and “Big Railroad Blues” were all tour debuts, rocking out the first set with so many classic Grateful Dead songs. The magic continued throughout the second set, where “The Wheel,” “Let It Grow,” “Standing On The Moon,” “Morning Dew” and “Not Fade Away” were all tour debuts, as was the encore selection of “Ripple.” Quite the performance from Dead & Company!

Listen to full audio below from last night’s show.

Watch some videos below.

The Wheel

Standing On The Moon

Crazy Fingers


Check out the full setlist below!

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