Dave Matthew Band played the first of two nights at Alpine Valley Music Theatre in Elkhorn, WI, on Friday night, and the group welcomed members of opening act Preservation Hall Jazz Band for a special tribute to New Orleans legend Dr. John.

Near the middle of a set that featured DMB staples like “Too Much,” “Warehouse,” “Crush,” “Dancing Nancies,” “What Would You Say,” “Don’t Drink the Water,” “Two Step” and “Ants Marching,” Matthews and company welcomed out all of the NOLA collective to the stage for their debut cover of “Right Place, Wrong Time,” one of Dr. John’s most well-known compositions. The Crescent city icon passed away last month.

Check out the full setlist from last night below, along with fan-shot video of the Dr. John cover collaboration. Dave Matthews Band return to Alpine Valley tonight for round two.

Dave Matthews Band
Alpine Valley Music Theatre – Elkhorn, WI

You Never Know, Anyone Seen the Bridge > Too Much  > Warehouse, Do You Remember, Rooftop, Crush, Idea of You, Dancing Nancies, What Would You Say, Right Place Wrong Time*, Granny, The Maker, Don’t Drink the Water > Seek Up, Can’t Stop, The Song That Jane Likes > Water into Wine^, Two Step > Ants Marching

Enc: Funny How Time Slips Away^^, Pantala Naga Pampa > Rapunzel

Notes: *debut, with Preservation Hall Jazz Band
^Dave and Stefan
^^Dave solo

Source: DMBAlmanac.com

Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly noted that DMB played “Right Place, Wrong Time” in 1993. That performance was actually by the Charlottesville Allstars, which included several DMB members.