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brought ‘the Jerry tone’ and teased “Playing in

I started my day three this set and was remarkably pleased that decision; it was the perfect vibe for the Sunday afternoon.

carried the mood into the afternoon

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was up next and kept the trend doing

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Great 1-2-3 of a on Sutro Stage to start the day.

crushed the stage

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One of the bigger crowds I’ve seen over there; he absolutely commanded attention. Really impressive set.

rocked the main stage next

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A bunch of new stuff from They Want My Soul interspersed the old stuff made for an obvious set win with that main stage crowd; notes from the next song would draw a huge reaction from the crowd. Definitely a strong showing.

got really weird (duh)

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Yep, pretty weird.
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brought the dance party to the other side of the park

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First time catching these guys and they did not disappoint in the slightest.

> > Killers playing Credence ended the weekend for me

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As I strolled out of the park, I was remarkably content with the I had seen that night. was a treat and suffered through a set rife with hardware malfunctions, but he still made it through pretty unscathed all things considered. I caught a few minutes of but decided to find my way out, and I walked out to the sounds of playing Creedence Clearwater Revival’s classic, “Bad Moon Rising”.

Patrick Stewart was at the also


Thank you, . See you next year!

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