Widespread Panic Busts Out ‘Down On The Farm’ Cover At Red Rocks

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Widespread Panic kicked off their annual three-night stand at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Friday night. The run will lead up to the band’s 60th consecutive sellout at the iconic venue. Panic holds the record for most consecutive sellouts. WSP treated the Red Rocks audience to a cover of Little Feat’s “Down On The Farm,” which was last played on April 16, 2011 at Oak Mountain — a span of 464 shows.

The show also included favorites like “Fishwater,” “Pigeons,” “Tall Boy,” “Little Lilly,” “Love Tractor,” “Big Wholly Mammoth” and Warren Zevon’s “Lawyers, Guns And Money” to close out the second set. Other highlights included a first set “Turn On Your Lovelight” jam out of “Walk On.” WSP encored with “Rumble,” which had only been played once before in 2017, and “Chilly Water.”

WSP returns to Red Rocks tonight and tomorrow night. Live streams are available via nugs.tv. Check out the setlist and pro-shot video of “Down On The Farm” and the first set opening “Puppy Sleeps” below:

Down On The Farm

Puppy Sleeps

Setlsit via Panic Stream

Set One: Puppy Sleeps > Henry Parsons Died, Walk On > Fishwater, St Louis, Rock, Rebirtha, Pigeons (67 mins)

Set Two: Down On The Farm, Tall Boy > Little Lilly > Machine > Barstools and Dreamers, Love Tractor > Jam > I’m Not Alone, Big Wooly Mammoth, Lawyers Guns & Money (78 mins)

Encore: Rumble, Chilly Water (13 mins)

Notes:

  • ‘Down On The Farm’ LTP 4/16/11 Oak Mountain (464 shows)
  • ‘Rumble’ LTP 10/29/17 Las Vegas (60 shows)
  • ‘Turn On Your Lovelight’ jam out of ‘Walk On’
  • Entire show with Edie Jackson, ASL interpreter

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