19

Jul

2008

Widespread Panic

NTELOS Wireless Pavilion, Portsmouth, VA

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07/19/08 NTELOS Wireless Pavilion, Portsmouth, VA

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Set One

Chainsaw City 552

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Heroes 302

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Walkin' (For Your Love) 292

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Time Zones 428

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Big Wooly Mammoth 677

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Who Do You Belong To 301

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Tickle The Truth 496

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Angels On High 576

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The Take Out 137

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Porch Song 378

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Set Two

From the Cradle 345

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Wondering 423

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Blackout Blues 517

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Aunt Avis 563

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You Should Be Glad 864

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Surprise Valley 515

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Vacation 1057

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Drums 631

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Surprise Valley 270

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City Of Dreams 467

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Henry Parsons Died 849

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Encore

None Of Us Are Free 418

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Riders On The Storm 952

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  • Angels on High through Porch Song, Surprise Valley through City of Dreams and Riders On The Storm with Ann Marie Calhoun on fiddle.
  • Reviews for this item

    Thoroughly blown away! 8/2/2008 3:22:12 PM

    "Here is my review coming from a total Panic newbie. I'd never seen them live and prior to the show I had heard almost none of their music. My buddy is a huge fan and so I went ahead and got us tickets for the show thinking that it was going to be mellow or just like all the other mediocre shows to come through the area. Uh, boy was I wrong! Nothing could have been further from the truth. They were freakin' amazing! I was so ridiculously blown away that I kept shaking my head in disbelief and muttering "no way" and "you're kidding me" the whole show. I must have been in shock, especially for the 2nd set when things seemed to be really kicked up a notch (or maybe it was my buzz) and the entire audience got lost in the music - it was pandemonium. Two weeks later and I'm still in shock."

    Wave Phelps 7/30/2008 1:28:31 AM

    "Grateful for the gen. admission, front row is great, what a grate"

    tommyr126 7/24/2008 2:11:59 PM

    "Portsmouth Rocked!! One of my best friends and I were front row in front of Dave (who was grinning ear to ear the entire set), and it was great watching the bands facial expessions, it was easy to see what a great time THEY were having. The first set was great but Big Wooly Mammoth was when things really started to fly. The second set crushed me! The Surprise Valley with Ann Marie was killer and the jam in Vacation trading off with Jimmy...WOW!! Riders on the Storm was great but Henry Parsons did it for me!! "

    phunkle 7/24/2008 6:12:01 AM

    "Yeah, I agree Portsmouth is a great venue and always allows for a good time. I really dug Ann Marie on violin. It made alot of their music more pretty and less edgy in my opinion. The jam during Vacation was beautiful. I'm surprised the tease of Green Onions by Booker T isn't mentioned in the setlist. It was another great night with the boys in Portsmouth."

    s-o-c 7/23/2008 4:47:00 PM

    "I second that. Great venue, nice and hot, and I'm not just talkin' about the weather. At times a ridiculously smokin' second set. Annmarie was an incredible plus. Great energy from JB, of course. This was my son's first WP show, and, even at only 7, he says after Riders on the Storm-- "Dad, when are we leaving for Myrtle Beach???""