On Sunday night, Ween made their way to Burlington, VT’s Waterfront Park to round out this past weekend’s Lake Champlain Maritime Festival lineup, which also featured Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band on Thursday and Twiddle‘s Tumble Down on Friday and Saturday. The band’s Sunday performance saw them work through a number of setlist staples including parts 1, 5, and 3 of “The Stallion” suite and the 2018 live debuts of “Pink Eye (On My Leg)”, “Demon Sweat”, and “Fluffy”.

Below, you can watch a selection of videos from Ween’s Waterfront Park set via YouTube user monihampton and view a gallery of photos from the performance courtesy of photographer Bahram Foroughi.

“Did You See Me?”

“She Wanted To Leave”

“The Stallion Pt. 1”, “The Stallion Pt. 5”

“Japanese Cowboy”

“Albino Sunburned Girl”

“Waving My Dick In The Wind”


“Never Squeal On The Pusher”


“The Stallion Pt. 3”

“Happy Colored Marbles”

“Pink Eye (On My Leg)”

“Exactly Where I’m At”

“I’ll Be Your Jonny On The Spot” > Improv > “Demon Sweat”, “Can’t Put My Finger On It”


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Next up for Ween is a sold-out two-night run in Troutdale, OR on Friday, August 17th and Saturday, August 18th. For a full list of the band’s upcoming tour dates, head to their website.

Setlist: Ween | Waterfront Park | Burlington, VT | 7/29/18

Set: Did You See Me?, She Wanted to Leave, The Stallion pt 1, The Stallion pt 5, Japanese Cowboy, The Grobe, Boy’s Club, Voodoo Lady, Albino Sunburned Girl, Waving My Dick in the Wind, Waving My Dick in the Wind (reprise), Gabrielle, I Gots a Weasel, I Gots a Weasel (reprise), Object, Never Squeal> Drums> Never Squeal, Ice Castles> The Final Alarm, Captain, The Stallion pt 3, Buckingham Green, Happy Colored Marbles, Pink Eye (On My Leg), The HIV Song, Exactly Where I’m At, Sorry Charlie, I’ll Be Your Jonny on the Spot> Improvisation> Demon Sweat, I Can’t Put My Finger on It

Encore: Fluffy

– soundcheck: Bananas and Blow, Transitions, Mango Woman
– Improvisation begins with Dean on keys, without Gene and Glenn. Glenn, then Gene, join Dean on keyboards for a three man key jam, then Dean switches to drums and Claude to guitar. Improv concludes with Gene and Glenn on keys, Dean on drums, Claude on guitar, and always reliable Dave Dreiwitz on bass.