Storms Force Early End To Gov’t Mule Show In Virginia

Last night Gov’t Mule brought the U.S. portion of their “20 Years Strong” tour to Innsbrook After Hours in Glen Allen, VA; where Blackberry Smoke kicked off the festivities. Unfortunately for the Mule fans on hand, a storm passed through the area around the venue, which forced an early end to Wednesday night’s show.

Warren Haynes and Co. had made it through nine songs and were in the middle of a Drums segment, when concertgoers were told to go to their cars as a bad storm was approaching. Attendees and organizers were hoping the show could continue at some point, but eventually a decision was made after a delay of about an hour to end the concert. “We apologize for the electrical storm last night which cut into Mule’s set. Always keeping our patrons safety in mind, our public safety officials and police decided to evacuate the premises. We apologize for any inconvenience,” venue officials posted on the Innsbrook After Hours Facebook page.

Here’s a look at the short setlist from Mule’s performance:

Set: Hammer & Nails, Fools Moon, Larger Than Life, Whisper In Your Soul, Captured, Rocking Horse > Thelonius Beck, Wine & Blood, Mule > Drums