moe. Teams With Neal Casal & Fits 4 Debuts Into Summer Camp Finale


moe. closed out the Moonshine Stage at this year’s Summer Camp Music Festival on Sunday with a pair of sets loaded with debuts and a guest appearance from guitarist Neal Casal. The Memorial Day Weekend event took place at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, Illinois.

Bassist Rob Derhak led “Lazarus” to open the first set on Sunday. Then, guitarist Chuck Garvey fronted the group on “Who You Calling Scared.” moe. went on to debut their rendition of the Vapors’ 1980 smash “Turning Japanese.” Next, “Wind It Up” was followed by the premiere of an original sung by Derhak thought to be titled “Skitching” ahead of a set-closing “Downward Facing Dog.”

Casal joined moe. for the “Silver Sun” that kicked off Sunday’s second set. Neal shredded with Garvey and Al Schnier over the course of the song. Next up were extended versions of “New Hope For The New Year” and “Opium.” The set continued with “Along For The Ride” and the debut of a Schnier tune titled “Crushing” according to fan reports. “Captain America” ended the frame and the band had one more surprise for fans as they said farewell with the debut cover of Billy Idol’s “Rebel Yell” for the encore.

Fan-Shot Videos

Silver Sun Captured by Matt Spady

Opium Captured by Matt Spady

Lazarus Captured by Matt Spady

Along For The Ride Captured by Matt Spady

New Hope For The New Year Captured by Matt Spady

Turning Japanese Captured by Music Fest Fans

Setlist (via moe.rons)

Set One: Lazarus > Who You Calling Scared, Turning Japanese^, Wind It Up, Skitching^, Downward Facing Dog

Set Two: Silver Sun^^, New Hope For The New Year, Opium, Along For The Ride, Crushing^ > Captain America

Encore: Rebel Yell^

  • ^ – Debut
  • ^^ – w/ Neal Casal

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