Photo by Nat Girsberger
Guster played at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre with the Colorado Symphony in Morrison, Colo., last night, July 25. The performance, just a month before the band’s 30th anniversary, marked the band’s biggest headline show to date.
They started the night with “Do You Love Me”, followed by “Demons,” and “Diane.” They were accompanied by the Colorado Symphony starting with “Romona” through “Come Down and Say Hello.” They then performed a cover of Paul Simon’s “Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard,” a song they performed during their earliest days. It has not been played since their 2012 acoustic tour. They closed out the show with percussive-heavy “Barrel of A Gun” and encored with their classic and beloved track from 2003, “Jesus On The Radio.”
Guster also premiered their new song “Witness Tree,” with the Symphony, which will appear on their upcoming album in the works with Josh Kaufman.
Guster’s On the Ocean Festival will be making a comeback next summer in Portland, Maine Aug. 12 through 14, 2022.
Check out Guster’s performance at the Relix offices here.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
July 25, 2021
Do You Love Me, Demons, Diane, The Captain, Ramona, Long Night, What You Call, Two Points for Honesty, Mind Kontrol, Dear Valentine, Rocketship, Lightning Rod, Witness Tree, That’s No Way to Get to Heaven, Fa Fa, Hello Mister Sun, Doin’ It By Myself, Either Way, Satellite, Come Downstairs and Say Hello, Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard, Hard Times, Hang On, Happier, Barrel of A Gun
Enc: Jesus On The Radio