Yesterday, The Peach Music Festival came to a close following its fourth straight day of impressive live performances. Sunday’s lineup featured sets from Widespread Panic (who had already put on one stellar performance the night before) as well as blues guitar master Joe Bonamassa, and Phish bassist Mike Gordon‘s solo band. The final day of The Peach Music Festical 2017 also included the last-ever performance by Les Brers, the post-Allman Brothers Band outfit formerly led by the late Butch Trucks, who was honored along with Gregg Allman as part of ont-time-only, star-studded tribute performance on Saturday night.

Below, you can see a selection of videos from WSP, Bonamassa, and Gordon’s sets from Sunday at The Peach and a number of selections from the emotional final performance of Les Brers below, courtesy of YouTube user Sean Roche (if not otherwise stated). You can also check out a full gallery of beautiful photos from the final day of The Peach 2017 courtesy of Phierce Photo by Keith G. (Instagram: @PhiercePhoto).

Mike Gordon:


Joe Bonamassa – “Last Kiss”

Widespread Panic – “Hope In A Hopeless World”

SETLIST: Widespread Panic | The Peach Music Festival | Night 4 (Sunday) | 8/13/17:

Hope In Hopeless World, Blackout Blues, Holden Oversoul, Good People, Cotton Was King > Bear’s Gone Fishin’ > Second Skin > Greta > Driving Song > Shut Up And Drive > Protein Drink / Sewing Machine > Driving Song, Genesis > North, Saint Ex, Ain’t Life Grand (135 mins)

Les Brers – “Hot Lanta”

Les Brers – “Please Call Home”

Les Brers – “Dimple” with Junior Mack

Les Brers – “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed”

Les Brers – “Every Hungry Woman”

“Whipping Post” > “Will The Circle Be Unbroken” w/ Berry Oakley Jr.

[Cover photo via Phierce Photo by Keith G. (Instagram: @PhiercePhoto)]