Pro-Shot Video: The String Cheese Incident Digs Into Their Vault For Vintage Performance From 2000

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Back in the Spring of 2000, The String Cheese Incident was in the midst of a lengthy North American tour that started at the end of January with a two-night run at the Wool Warehouse in Albuquerque, New Mexico and wouldn’t wrap until the beginning of May in Atlanta. The run featured a number of multi-night stands, which included a trio of shows at Stubb’s BBQ in Austin, Texas.

The Colorado-based jamgrass act dug into their video vault for some vintage “moldy cheese” for a throwback social media post. The band looked to the closing night of that run posting pro-shot video of a nearly 17-minute stretch that saw them dig in on the bluegrass-tinged instrumental “Indian Creek,” which was in heavy rotation throughout 2000 and “Lost,” a newer song that they had debuted at the beginning of their tour and remained a setlist staple that year.

Watch a very young looking version of The String Cheese Incident below:

[Indian Creek > Lost]

Setlist (via Friends Of Cheese)

Set One: Ms. Brown’s Teahouse, Indian Creek > jam > Lost, Latinismo, Cottonmouth, Rhythm of the Road > jam > Shine

Set Two: Technical Difficulty Noodling > Jellyfish > Technical Difficulty Noodling > Drum Jam with all five, Rebecca*, San Jose**

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