Dave Matthews Band brought their tour to Camden, NJ, on Friday night for the first of two shows at BB&T Pavilion, and the band continued to roll out live debuts from their new album Come Tomorrow, along with welcoming a couple guests during the performance.
After new album track “That Girl Is You“—which has become a staple opener on this tour—and favorites like “What Would You Say” and “The Space Between,” Matthews and company brought up New Jersey-born trumpeter Matt Cappy to help out on “Warehouse.” Just a few songs later, the band presented their live debut of Come Tomorrow‘s “Come On Come On.”
Later in the show, Cappy would return, along with jazz guitarist Mark Whitfield, for the DMB classic “Jimi Thing,” with Whitfield staying around for a run of “Satellite” as well. DMB also fit new album rocker “She” into the latter part of the set, making five Come Tomorrow tracks on the night.
See the full setlist below, along with fan-shot video of the “Come On Come On” debut above. Dave Matthews Band return to the BB&T Pavilion stage tonight for round two, which will be offered as a free webcast via the band’s YouTube page in the video below.
Dave Matthews Band
BB&T Pavilion Camden, NJ
That Girl Is You, Louisiana Bayou, What Would You Say, The Space Between, Warehouse*, Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin), Recently, Come On Come On^, The Song That Jane Likes, Jimi Thing%, Satellite%%, Funny the Way It Is, She, Gravedigger, So Much to Say, Tripping Billies, You & Me, You Might Die Trying
Enc: Sister~, Grey Street
*with Matt Cappy
%with Matt Cappy and Mark Whitfield
%%with Mark Whitfield
~Carter, Dave, Rashawn and Tim