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Published: 2013/02/01

Widespread Panic’s Disco Night

Photo via Widespread Panic’s Facebook page

Widespread Panic closed their Panic en la Playa Dos event on Wednesday night. The evening’s theme was Disco Carnival Night and, at the start of the show, frontman John Bell welcomed the crowd “for a trip to the ’70s.” Then, the band opened their first set with the original “Disco.”

Bassist Dave Schools quoted a few extra covers during the night, too. He sang a bit of both Yellowman’s “Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt” and U2’s “Bullet the Blue Sky” during “Arlene.” Later, the show came to a close with an extended encore consisting of “End Of The Show,” “Pilgrims,” “Big Wooly Mammoth” and “Lawyers, Guns & Money.”

Widespread Panic will kick off their spring tour in St. Louis, MO on April 9.

Here’s a look at the show via the Everyday Companion

Wednesday, January 30, 2013, Hard Rock Resort, Punta Cana, Domincan Republic

Set I: Disco > Greta > Jack, Radio Child, Travelin’ Light, C. Brown > Rock > Heroes > Impossible > Action Man

Set II: City of Dreams, Happy > Goin’ Out West > Postcard, B of D > Machine > Barstools (are built for Dreamers) > Superstition > Arlene > Fixin’ to Die, Papa’s Home

E:End Of The Show, Pilgrims, Big Wooly Mammoth, Lawyers, Guns & Money

[Panic en la Playa Dos; ‘Third Stone from the Sun’ jam after Greta; Dave teases ‘In a Gadda Da Vida’ after C. Brown; Dave sings lyrics to ‘Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt’ (by Yellowman) and ‘Bullet the Blue Sky’ (U2) during Arlene; Thank You For Letting Me Be Mice Elf jam during Barstools]

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