On Saturday night, Trey Anastasio and his new Ghosts of the Forest project rounded out their brief maiden voyage with a performance at the William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA. The performance featured an opening set from Khruangbin, marking just the second night of the tour with a supporting act following Friday’s Yo La Tengo-supported performance at L.A.’s Greek Theatre.


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Much like the rest of the brief tour, Ghosts of the Forest stuck to their tried and true setlist, delivering an emotional, guitar-heavy, psychedelic performance of the grief-inspired new material. Below, you can check out a gallery of photos from the final night of Ghosts of the Forest tour courtesy of photographer Matthew Rea.

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While Ghosts of the Forest is now in the rearview, there’s plenty coming up for Trey and company. Next weekend, the full Trey Anastasio Band will return to the stage after more than a year away with sold-out performances in New Haven, CT (4/27) and Brooklyn, NY (4/28, 4/29). TAB will also perform as part of the Tribeca Film Festival premiere event for a new documentary about Trey, Between Me & My Mind, at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on Friday, April 26th.

In addition, Trey Anastasio Band (which features Ghosts of the Forest members Ray PaczkowskiTony Markellis, and Jennifer Hartswick) will mount a run of shows in late May before Trey and Ghosts of the Forest drummer Jon Fishman turn their attention back to their main project for Phish‘s 2019 summer tour, beginning with a two-night run at St. Louis, MO’s Chaifetz Arena on June 11th and 12th. For a full list of upcoming dates, head here.