Widespread Panic just finished up their headlining show at this year’s New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

The band brought out bass legend and co-founder of funk group The Meters, George Porter, Jr., and things couldn’t have been funkier on stage for their antics during “I Walk On Guilded Splinters > Familiar Reality” during the sit-in.

The band sounded great from the stream and I think there were nothing but happy Jazz Fest fans enjoying a lemonade of a set after The Rolling Stones were forced to cancel, and Widespread Panic brought it for the people that made it out to the fairgrounds today.

Check out the setlist of the show below.

Widespread Panic @ New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 2019

Pigeons, Ain’t Life Grand^, Little Lilly > Tall Boy, Bayou Lena, Sell Sell > Henry Parsons Died, Honky Red, Up All Night > Surprise Valley > Ride Me High > Run Like Hell jam > Rebirtha, North, I Walk On Guilded Splinters* > Familiar Reality*, Love Tractor, Blackout Blues, Chilly Water

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