Widespread Panic announced on Friday that the band had uploaded full-show, pro-shot video of its 12/31/99 New Year’s Eve concert to Nugs. The concert, which took place at Phillips Arena in Atlanta, GA, is now available to stream to all Nugs subscribers.

This upload to Nugs comes as the latest in a continuing string of archival content from the Athens, GA-bred blues bulldogs. Since the start of 2021, nearly every day has brought with it a new video uploaded to the band’s YouTube page. Content has ranged from the band’s  2002 documentary25th anniversary run of showsconcert filmsinterviewsvintage TV appearances, concerts at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in 2001 and 2011Red Rocks Amphitheatre runs, and more.

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Much like Phish‘s millennia closing concert at Big Cyprus, Widespread Panic’s New Year’s Eve 1999 lives on in the mythical lore of fans. The three-set concert saw numerous guest appearances from the Dirty Dozen Brass BandColin Butler, Dottie Peoples and the People’s Choice Choir, and more. Attendees witnessed Widespread Panic in early-career peak performance, as the original lineup featuring guitarist Michael Houser bristled in the glowing sunlight of their immense cult following.

All three sets featured a mix of beloved originals like “Porch Song”, “Pilgrims”, “Love Tractor”, and more intertwined with time-tested covers like “Red Hot Mama” alongside one-off takes on “Respect Yourself” and “What A Wonderful World”. With the newly-released vintage footage now available on Nugs, fans who have come to know and love Widespread Panic in the two decades since this performance can get a feel for what it was like to watch the band climb ever-higher through the jam band stratum in the 1990s.

Head over to Nugs to watch Widespread Panic’s 12/31/99 New Year’s Eve concert at Phillips Arena in Atlanta, GA.