On Saturday night, Trey Anastasio headlined Levitate Music & Arts Festival in Marshfield, Massachusetts, following up his performance with the Trey Anastasio Quartet on Friday night at New York City’s Central Park.
Similar to Friday night’s show, the Trey Anastasio Trio was joined by Trey Anastasio Band keyboardist Ray Paczkowski, transforming the Trio into a quartet. The Trey Anastasio Trio, an old side project composed of Anastasio as well as bassist Tony Markellis and drummer Russ Lawton, was originally revived following Paczkowski’s emergency brain surgery, though the keyboardist recovered quicker than expected and has been joining the group since a show in Charlottesville.
As for the group’s performance at Levitate Music & Arts Festival on Saturday night, the Trey Anastasio Quartet headlined the festival following performances by Slightly Stoopid, Stick Figure, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Twiddle, and others. Taking a note from the band’s performance the previous night in Central Park, the group opened the show with a combination of “Blaze On” and “Cayman Review”; unlike Friday’s show, the Trey Anastasio Quartet then moved into a take on “Pigtail”.
Classic “Gotta Jibboo” came next, followed up by “Everything’s Right”, a new tune that was debuted during the band’s show at The Capitol Theatre last April. “Farmhouse” led into “Dark and Down”, which prefaced a slinky rendition of “Sand”. To close out the set, the band jammed through a combination of “Bug”, “Undermind”, and “First Tube”, making for an improv-heavy end to the set.
The Phish guitarist came out unaccompanied for the first two songs of the encore—”Waste” and “More”—with Anastasio offering up solo acoustic renditions of both numbers. The band then reemerged for the final song of the night, “Push On ‘Til The Day”, which closed out the group’s second set the night prior.
Setlist: Trey Anastasio Trio | Levitate Music & Arts Festival | Marshfield, MA | 7/7/2018
Set One: Blaze On, Cayman Review, Pigtail, Gotta Jibboo, Everything’s Right, Farmhouse, Dark and Down, Sand, Bug > Undermind > First Tube
Encore: Waste , More , Push On ‘Til the Day
 Trey solo acoustic.
You can check out a full gallery of photos from Levitate Music Festival below, courtesy of Adam McCullough.