Ween Kicks Off Halloween Run In Denver

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Ween opened a sold-out three-night Halloween Run at the Mission Ballroom in Denver on Wednesday. The concert was the band’s first headlining gig of 2019 following appearances at the Riot Fest and Desert Daze festivals earlier this fall.

The quintet – consisting of guitarists Aaron “Gene Ween” Freeman and Mickey “Dean Ween” Melchiondo, bassist Dave Dreiwitz, drummer Claude Coleman Jr. and keyboardist Glenn McClelland – treated fans to a 30-song performance last night. Only four of the songs played in Denver on Wednesday were performed as part of their festival sets at Riot Fest and Desert Daze.

Ween pulled equally from 2000’s White Pepper and 1991’s The Pod as six songs a piece from the classic albums made last night’s setlist. The group played plenty of staples but also included a handful of rarities including “I Don’t Want To Leave You On The Farm,” “Flutes Of The Chi,” “How High Can You Fly” and “Up On The Hill.” Wednesday’s show ended with a lone encore of “Piss Up A Rope.”

Watch a series of fan-shot videos captured by alec below:

Exactly Where I’m At

Flutes Of The Chi

The Stallion, Part One

Even If You Don’t

Awesome Sound, She Fucks Me

Setlist (via BrownBase)

Set: Exactly Where I’m At, Flutes of the Chi, Even If You Don’t, The Grobe, Seconds, The Stallion pt 1, The Argus, How High Can You Fly?, Awesome Sound, She Fucks Me, I Don’t Want It, Voodoo Lady, With My Own Bare Hands, Springtheme, Demon Sweat, Gabrielle, The Goin’ Gets Tough From the Getgo, Pandy Fackler, Sorry Charlie, Ice Castles, The Final Alarm, You Were the Fool, I Don’t Want to Leave You on the Farm, Help Me Scrape the Mucus Off My Brain, Up on the Hill> Take Me Away, Fiesta, Wayne’s Pet Youngin, Frank

Encore: Piss Up a Rope

Tour Dates for Ween

  • Dec
    13
  • Dec
    14
  • Feb
    13
  • Feb
    14
    Terminal 5
  • Feb
    15
    Terminal 5
  • Mar
    19
    Brooklyn Bowl
  • Mar
    20
    Brooklyn Bowl
  • Mar
    21
    Brooklyn Bowl
  • Apr
    2
  • Apr
    3
  • Apr
    4
    The Criterion