Ween held the first of three consecutive shows at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas Friday night. The concert in Sin City saw Fishbone’s Angelo Moore welcomed to the stage to sit-in on a Ween classic.
Ween last performed in Las Vegas during Halloween at the 2005 Vegoose Festival. Their first show of 2017 was initiated with a rendition of “Don’t Shit Where You Eat” followed by “I Can’t Put My Finger On It.” The set continued with guitarists Mickey “Dean Ween” Melchiondo and Aaron “Gene Ween” Freeman leading the quintet through such staples as “The Golden Eel,” “I Gots a Weasel” and “You Fucked Up.”
Mid-set Fishbone saxophonist Angelo Moore took the stage to augment “Your Party.” Deaner and Gener followed with “Pork Roll Egg And Cheese” and filled out the main set with “Mister, Would You Please Help My Pony?,” “Powder Blue,” “I’ll Be Your Jonny on the Spot” and the closer “Demon Sweat.” A pairing of “Fiesta” and “Pollo Asada” made up the encore and drew Ween’s first night at Brooklyn Bowl to a close.
Watch audience-shot videos from last night in Sin City:
Ween at Brooklyn Bowl
- Don't Shit Where You Eat
- I Can't Put My Finger on It
- The Golden Eel
- The Stallion, Part 3
- I Gots a Weasel
- You Fucked Up
- The Stallion, Part 1
- Woman and Man
- Your Party
- Pork Roll Egg and Cheese
- Japanese Cowboy
- Transdermal Celebration
- Mister, Would You Please Help My Pony?
- Back to Basom
- Tender Situation
- Powder Blue
- You Were the Fool
- I'll Be Your Jonny on the Spot
- Mister Richard Smoker
- Ocean Man
- Demon Sweat
- Pollo Asado
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