Guitarists Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds concluded their first tour of Europe since 2007 on Tuesday night in Oporto, Portugal. The 15-show tour featured performances of 90 different songs with two tour debuts coming on closing night.
Matthews and Reynolds ended the run with a marathon show at Coliseo du Porto that included three different encores. Last night’s 24-song main set included a batch of material that spanned the pair’s entire career. Once again, Cuban musician Carlos Varela came out to lead Dave and Tim through his own “Muros y Puertas” and Reynolds dug deep into his repertoire for his first solo performance of “You Are My Sanity” in 372 concerts.
The duo played a first encore of “#41” and “All Along The Watchtower.” Dave and Tim returned to the stage for “Warehouse” and “Stay (Wasting Time)” ahead of a third encore of “Ants Marching.” Tuesday’s “Stay (Wasting Time)” was a tour debut. Matthews and Reynolds kick off a U.S. tour in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on May 3.
Videos (Captured by Andre Beaulieu)
Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds at Coliseu do Porto
- You Might Die Trying
- Old Dirt Hill (Bring That Beat Back)
- Fool to Think
- Lying in the Hands of God
- Don't Drink the Water
- One Sweet World
- Where Are You Going
- Tripping Billies
- You Are My Sanity
- Death on the High Seas
- Stay or Leave
- Muros y Puertas (Walls and Doors)
- Funny the Way It Is
- Virginia in the Rain
- Jimi Thing
- Crash Into Me
- Grey Street
- Two Step
- All Along the Watchtower
- Stay (Wasting Time)
- Ants Marching
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