On this date in 2000 the Dave Matthews Band brought Fall Tour 2000 to Madison Square Garden in New York City for the first of two shows at “the world’s greatest arena.” Matthews and his band were joined by guitarist Warren Haynes for portions of both concerts.
High-quality fan-shot video featuring taper audio emerged on YouTube of DMB’s December 12, 2000 show at MSG for our viewing and listening pleasure earlier this year. The concert was heavy on some of the group’s most beloved songs starting with the “Warehouse” opener and continuing on with “What Would You Say” and “Satellite.” Later in the set Matthews worked “Dixie Chicken” into “Crash Into Me” and dusted off “Crush” for the first time all tour. Haynes made his first appearance of the night on “Crush” and also contributed to a cover of “All Along The Watchtower” as part of the encore. Dave got so into the “Watchtower” he broke multiple strings on his acoustic, which made for quite the visual as they whipped into his face.
Watch full show video of DMB’s visit to MSG on December 12, 2000 shared by ChesterCopperpot5:
Setlist & Video Timings
- 00:01:40 Warehouse
- 00:10:24 What Would You Say (Roi: 13:04)
- 00:16:50 Satellite
- 00:23:00 The Stone
- 00:31:43 The Best of What’s Around
- 00:38:47 Crash into Me
- 00:45:35 JTR
- 00:52:38 The Song That Jane Likes
- 00:57:42 Rhyme & Reason
- 01:05:40 Crush (w/ Warren Haynes – Solo: 1:12:30)
- 01:18:09 Tripping Billies (Boyd: 1:21:24)
- 01:25:49 #41
- 01:40:58 Two Step
- 01:53:48 Christmas Song
- 01:59:47 (Warren Haynes Intro)»
- 02:01:43 All Along the Watchtower (w/ Warren Haynes – Solo: 2:06:56)
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