Serving up two jam-packed sets, Widespread Panic celebrated 4/20 at the aptly-titled SweetWater 420 Festival in Atlanta on Saturday night.

The weather was certainly a bit colder than expected – band members and fans alike were bundled up for the 3 hour outing – but, musically, Widespread Panic brought the heat almost immediately. They followed an opening “All Time Low” with an extensive “Surprise Valley”> “Red Hot Mama”> “Pleas”> “Who Do You Belong To?”> “Surprise Valley” segment. WSP continued on with fan favorites “Hatfield” and “Holden Oversoul,” before closing the first half with “Sell Sell”> “Love Tractor.”

“We’ll be back in two shakes,” singer-guitarist John Bell told the crowd.

Set two was equally rowdy, starting with “Pigeons,” “Travelin’ Light” and going deep through a “Greta” that segued into Talking Heads’ “Life During Wartime.” The favorites kept coming with “Ribs and Whiskey,” “Rebirtha” and “Tall Boy.”

The second set ended with “Big Wooly Mammoth”> “Chilly Water,” and the band encored with a pairing of Van Morrison’s “And It Stoned Me” with Bloodkin’s “Makes Sense to Me.”

Widespread Panic will play another full, two-set show at the event on Sunday, April 21.

Click here to tune into SweetWater 420 Fest’s free livestream.

Check out the full setlist and watch the entire performance below:

Widespread Panic
April 20, 2019
Sweetwater 420 Festival, Atlanta, GA

Set I: All Time Low, Surprise Valley > Red Hot Mama > Pleas > Who Do You Belong To? > Surprise Valley, Hatfield, Holden Oversoul, Sell Sell > Love Tractor

Set II: Pigeons, Travelin’ Light, Greta > Life During Wartime, Ribs and Whiskey, Rebirtha, Tall Boy, Big Wooly Mammoth > Chilly Water

Enc: And It Stoned Me, Makes Sense To Me