Widespread Panic are offering up a special treat for Halloween in the form of a free stream of their October 31, 2015, show at the U.S. Cellular Center in Asheville, NC, available now for 24 hours only. The band has also made two nights of their three-show Milwaukee run last weekend available for download, with night one set for a November release.
Panic’s 2015 Halloween show saw the band take on an Andy Griffith Show theme, with the band members dressed up as various show characters and the stage set up to look like Floyd’s barber shop in Mayberry. As usual, the night featured a number of select covers, including the Panic debuts of Pink Floyd’s “Have A Cigar,” Bob Marley’s “I Shot the Sheriff” and more. Watch the entire show in the videos below.
The first night of Panic’s Milwaukee run on October 20–22, which saw the band honor Tom Petty with a debut of his song “You Wreck Me,” and the band is fully remixing and mastering the show for release in the second week of November. The following two nights are also available for download now.