Andy Frasco & The U.N. concluded their Days Like These fall tour with special guest Little Stranger and support from Paul McDonald at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville on Saturday night.

After releasing their latest album, Wash, Rinse, Repeat, earlier this year, Andy Frasco & The U.N. kicked off their fall tour in Austin, TX in October. The band has been mostly on the road since then, spreading good tunes and party vibes throughout the South, Northeast, Midwest, and beyond before closing the tour with three consecutive shows in Wilmington, NC; Atlanta, GA; and Nashville, TN.

One of the highlights of Saturday’s show was a surprise sit-in by Leftover Salmon frontman and longtime Frasco mischief partner Vince Herman, who got himself into a nasty guitar duel with U.N. axe slinger Shawn Eckels.

In a personal note posted to social media after the show, Andy Frasco expressed gratitude to everyone on the tour and and thanked Little Stranger for keeping up with him and his motley crew as well as the fans for making each night special.

“Was a beautiful ride wasn’t it,” he wrote. “Thank you Little Stranger, for joining this weird circus all fall.. I’ll never forget the memories, the laughs, the all night drives, and the acceptance of our weird world we created for ourselves. Even with low dopamine and all, I’m trying not to be sad because it’s over. But Smile because it happened. Thank you to everyone who came out and experiences this monumental moment for our bands and the bond we made together through it. I’ll forever hold this tour in my heart. Love all you 💜”

Check out a gallery of photos from Andy Frasco & The U.N.’s tour closer at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville courtesy of photographer Keith Griner below.