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Widespread Panic closed out their third night in the nation’s capitol on Saturday with a scorcher of a set one, a jam-heavy set two and a nod to St. Patrick’s Day with the first-ever performance of Irish lullaby “Toura Loura Loura.”

Things got heated pretty quickly at the National Harbor Theatre, with an opening “Tall Boy,” followed by “Up All Night,” “Little Lilly,” and another rocker, “You Got Yours.” Later, the band cooled things down with fan-favorite ballad “Blue Indian,” and the first half closed with a “Protein Drink / Sewing Machine.”

Set two was full of improvisation as WSP served up jam after jam, first with a “One Kind Favor” > “Pilgrims” segment. The band also paired “Ride Me High” with “Blackout Blues,” and most notably performed a long segue from “Sundown Betty” into “Drums” > “Fishwater” > “Red Hot Mama” before going back into “Fishwater.”

The band encored their final night in Washington DC with “Saint Ex,” followed by their first performance of the aforementioned Irish lullaby “Toura Loura Loura.” Widespread Panic ended their three-night run with a bang, laying down an amped up “Love Tractor.”

Widespread Panic’s next scheduled performance is at the Wanee Festival from April 19-21.

Widespread Panic
National Harbor Theatre, Washington, DC

Set I: Tall Boy, Up All Night, Little Lilly, You Got Yours, Blue Indian, Honky Red, Thought Sausage, Bust It Big, Protein Drink / Sewing Machine

Set II: Rock, Sell Sell, One Kind Favor > Pilgrims, Ride Me High > Blackout Blues, Sundown Betty > Drums > Fishwater > Red Hot Mama > Fishwater

Enc: Saint Ex, Toura Loura Loura^, Love Tractor

^First Time Played

Source: panicstream.com