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Published: 2017/11/20

Wilco Play Final Show Before Hiatus in St. Paul

Wilco played their third and final show at the Palace Theatre in St. Paul, MN over the weekend as the band heads into the teeth of a self-imposed hiatus that is set to stretch through 2018.

The group delivered a night full of rarities and classics like the opening “Less Than You Think,” played for the first time in two years. Wilco also delivered tracks like “Shouldn’t Be Ashamed,” “Pot Kettle Black,” as well as Uncle Tupelo’s “We’ve Been Had” only played for the third time this year.

“We’ve been busy for a while and now these are going to be our last shows for a while,” Tweedy told the crowd prior to the encore.

The show wrapped up with two encores including their classic “Hate It Here” and “Casino Queen” before the “Hoodoo Voodoo,” “Monday,” “Outtasite (Outta Mind)” and a closing rendition of “The Lonely 1.”

Here’s a look at the setlist:

Wilco
Palace Theatre, St. Paul, MN

Less Than You Think, Random Name Generator, I Am Trying to Break Your Heart, Art of Almost, Pickled Ginger, If I Ever Was a Child, Shouldn’t Be Ashamed, Someone to Lose, Sunken Treasure, Too Far Apart, Jesus Etc., Locator, Pot Kettle Black, Via Chicago, Impossible Germany, Forget the Flowers, California Stars, We’ve Been Had, I Must Be High, Heavy Metal Drummer, I’m the Man Who Loves You, Hummingbird

Enc: Hate it Here, Casino Queen, Hoodoo Voodoo

Enc 2: Monday, Outtasite (Outta Mind), The Lonely 1

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