Umphrey’s McGee wrapped up their three-night stint at Colorado’s Red Rock Amphitheatre on Saturday night, welcoming singer, trumpeter and longtime Trey Anastasio Band member Jennifer Hartswick for Bonnie Tyler’s ’80s classic “Total Eclipse of the Heart” to close out set two.
The band’s three nights at the famed venue featured a number of rarities and newer tunes, culminating in last night’s performance, which included UM staples like “Rocker part 2,” “Ocean Billy,” “Wappy Sprayberry,” “Ringo” and “Utopian Fir,” plus more recent cuts from their two 2018 albums, “Maybe Someday” and “Seasons.”
Hartswick, who has collaborated with Umphrey’s on stage several times and appeared on their mashup album Zonkey, came out for the second-set closer, adding her vocals and a trumpet solo to “Eclipse.” Umphrey’s then rounded out the show and the Red Rocks run with their early-days cut, “All in Time.”
See the full setlist below as it appears in our Box Scores section, along with fan-shot video from the night above and below. Next up for Umphrey’s McGee is a stop at Long Island’s Great South Bay Music Festival this weekend.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO
Set I: Gurgle > Dump City, Maybe Someday, Women Wine & Song > Example 1, Rocker part 2, Seasons, Ocean Billy
Set II: Hindsight, Wappy Sprayberry > Ringo, Utopian Fir, Slacker, Total Eclipse of the Heart*
Enc: All in Time
*Debut (Bonnie Tyler), with Jen Hartswick