Umphrey’s McGee played their first of three nights at the beloved Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado on Friday night. The Chicago rock band, notorious for having musical surprises up their sleeve, proved exactly what they’re here for — with an evening full of rarities, covers, and fancy sandwiches.

The first set opened with “Goonville,” a song performed by Umphrey’s McGee only 16 total times since 2015. “Make It Right” also appeared in the first set, for the 31st time ever. For a band that tours so extensively, this first set made for an exciting start to the run – especially with the “Forty-Six & 2” Tool cover to close, performed for the ninth time since its debut in 2012.

The second set brought the band back to their comfort zone with a “Nothing Too Fancy” jam sandwich, churning a “Divisions” that offered a “Bittersweet Symphony” tease and reappeared to close the encore. “Phil’s Farm” also made a reprise, to finish what was started during the first set, after a “Tribute to the Spinal Shaft.” The encore featured “Resolution” with a tease of The Beatles‘ “Norwegian Wood” that led into the closing “Divisions.”

Photographer Josh Huver was on site to capture the first night’s magic, which you can enjoy in the full gallery below.

Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 6/30/17

I: Goonville > Prowler > Upward, Higgins > Make It Right, Phil’s Farm > The Triple Wide, Forty-Six & 2

II: Nothing Too Fancy > Divisions[1] > Ringo > Believe the Lie, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > Phil’s Farm > Nothing Too Fancy

E: Resolution[2] > Divisions

[1] with Bittersweet Symphony (The Verve) teases
[2] with Norwegian Wood (The Beatles) tease
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