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Published: 2013/06/21

Warren Haynes Brings His Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration to Raleigh

Warren Haynes brought his Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration tour to Raleigh, NC’s Red Hat Amphitheatre last night. The setlist for his show with North Carolina Symphony was pretty similar to his tour opening concert in Pittsburgh the other night, but there were a few big changes.

The show kicked off with “Bird Song” followed by “Crazy Fingers,” “Scarlet Begonias” and “Shakedown Street.” In a change from the previous performance, Haynes went into “Standing on the Moon” before wrapping up the first set with “China Cat Sunflower” and “Morning Dew.”

The second set once again got going with verse from “Mission in the Rain” that transitioned into “High Time.” The crowd was then treated to some back to back Workingman’s Dead tunes with Haynes’ first symphonic “Black Peter,” followed by “Uncle John’s Band.” Another departure from the Pittsburgh set came when the band played “If I Had the World to Give” in the middle of the set, just before “Terrapin Station” > “Slipknot” > “Terrapin Station.” Finally, the night came to an end with “Patchwork Quilt” and a show closing “Stella Blue.”

Here’s a look at last night’s setlist via

Thursday, June 20, 2013, Warren Haynes & the North Carolina Symphony, Red Hat Amphitheatre, Raleigh, NC

Bird Song
Crazy Fingers
Scarlet Begonias
Shakedown Street
Standing On The Moon
China Cat Sunflower
Morning Dew

Set 2:
Mission In The Rain verse
High Time
Black Peter
Uncle Johns Band
West LA. Fadeaway
If I Had The World to Give
Terrapin Station
Terrapin reprise
Patchwork Quilt
Stella Blue

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