moe. Brings 30th Anniversary Tour to San Fransisco

moe. Brings 30th Anniversary Tour to San Fransisco

moe. brought their 30th anniversary tour to The Fillmore in San Fransisco, CA over the weekend playing two career spanning sets. The jam band legends kicked the tour off a few nights prior with performances at in Seattle, WA and a sold out performance in Portland, OR. The group comprised of Rob Derhak, Chuck Garvey, Vinnie Amico, Jim Loughlin and Al Schnier got the night started with “All Roads Lead To Home” into “ATL.” Next up was jammed out version of “Tubing The River Styx.” The music never stopped as the band continued with “Dangerous Game” into “Ricky Marten.” moe. ended their first set off with a top shelf version of “Time Ed” followed by “Y.O.Y.”

Set two started off with “Wormwood” segued into fan favorite “St. Augustine.” The set also featured a stellar version of The Rolling Stones classic “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’.” Later on, it was time for percussionist Jim Loughlin to bust out the rhymes with “Farmer Ben.” For their encore, moe. busted out with “Funky Reuben” which hadn’t been played since March 2017 and then finally ending the night with “Threw It All Away.” Many of the tickets have been sold out for the rest of the band’s tour so make sure to get your tickets if you haven’t already. For full setlist and a gallery from moe.’s performance at The Fillmore in San Fransisco, CA, please see below:


Set 1: All Roads Lead To Home > ATL, Tubing The River Styx > Dangerous Game > Ricky Marten > Time Ed > Y.O.Y>

Set 2: Wormwood > St. Augustine, New Hope For The New Year, Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’ > Jazz Wank > Farmer Ben > Timmy Tucker

E: Funky Reuben > Threw It All Away


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