After a rowdy night one, Widespread Panic played their second full show for SweetWater 420 Fest on Sunday night, even welcoming their pal Jason Isbell for a two-song sit-in.
WSP kicked off their Easter Sunday show with “Send Your Mind” and the always-amplified “Climb To Safety” before offering “You Got Yours” and a crowd-pleasing version of the Grateful Dead’s “Cream Puff War.”
The first deep jam of the night came after “Airplane” and eventually landed at “Jaded Tourist,” followed by a stand-alone version of “Pilgrims.”
To end the first half, Isbell made his appearance, performing on WSP’s first “Jesus Just Left Chicago” since October 20, 2017, as well as a joyous “I’m So Glad” where Isbell and WSP guitarist Jimmy Herring had fun trading licks back and forth.
Set two opened with a bang, as Widespread Panic dove headfirst into a “Disco,” and continued on with “Conrad,” “Ride Me High” and a slowed-down “I’m Not Alone.” From there, the band offered an extended “Tie Your Shoes”> “Arleen”> “Christmas Katie”> “Radio Child” segment and closed their second set with a pairing of “Bowlegged Woman” and “North.”
Widespread Panic closed their headlining weekend with a three-part encore of “City of Dreams,” “Porch Song” and “Action Man.”
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Watch the entire performance and check out the setlist below:
April 21, 2019
Sweetwater 420 Festival, Atlanta, GA
Set I: Send Your Mind, Climb To Safety, You Got Yours, Cream Puff War, Airplane > Take-off Jam > Jaded Tourist, Pilgrims, Jesus Just Left Chicago*, I’m So Glad**
Set II: Disco, Conrad, Ride Me High, I’m Not Alone, Tie Your Shoes > Jam > Arleen > Christmas Katie > Radio Child, Bowlegged Woman, North
Enc: City of Dreams, Porch Song, Action Man
*with Jason Isbell, last time played 10/20/17
**with Jason Isbell