aug.16.2004
Dave Matthews Band
Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Bonner Springs, KS
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Graph of songs performed, by album
#41
Satellite
The Stone
Ants Marching
Typical Situation
Grey Street
Crazy Easy
Hello Again
Where Are You Going
Dancing Nancies
Warehouse
Crash Into Me
One Sweet World
Sugar Will
Joy Ride
Too Much


Encore:
Donít Drink the Water -->
Everyday

Jodi L.
This show was way better than last year's Bonner Springs show. It was a very intense performance and it sounded better than ever, like a cd was playing. They put on a great show and you could tell that the band was enjoying every minute of it. They had the crowd going wild and all the songs were performed excellently! He danced a lot too, jamming out along with the audience. This was a great show...when does Dave not put one of those on? And even though they are playing new songs this year like Hello Again, Crazy Easy, Joy Ride, and Sugar Will- it did not stop the crowd from having a good time. No one knew the words but it did not stop a good time, and the new songs are just as good as their old stuff!!!!
Aug.17.2004
Josh B.
7th show overall, and 3rd in KC, this show kicked sooo much ass! All the songs that I hadn't heard live that I'd been dying to for years, #41, Typical, Nancies->Warehosue, Satellite, DDTW, and even Everyday/#36 were all tight. Band energy was good crowd was good and show was just plain sick!
Aug.19.2004
D .
Just stumbled across this website and decided to post on the 8/16 show. I have to say this was a great show, and all the old stuff sounded even better. I thought the setlist performed was well mixed, although he didn't play some of the songs I wanted. Oh well, it was worth the money and am looking forward to seeing him again or maybe in a different venue.

I am not crazy about artists voicing their political viewpoints and was happy that he didn't mention anything about the upcoming election. I was there for the music and to support my favorite band. :)
Aug.25.2004
Scott L.
This was my 3rd Dave show, 2nd of the summer, and it was by far the best. Very good setlist. First, the #41 opener was awesome. Leroi wasa bit quiet but that took nothing away from the song. Next, Satellite. Then Stone. Stone was awesome; the guys took it way way down til you couldnt even hear the playing before they ended it with that cool ending part they always do. Next, was Ants. Amazing, had ever heard it before so this was a treat. And then followed up by Typical, which was by far a highlight of the show. Nexy was Crazy-easy and then a bangin' version of Hello Again. In the middle of Hello Again the boys stop playing except for Carter who seques into a drum solo and then back into the song with the rest of the guys. It was awesome. Next came, Where Are You Going, which was decent. Next came another highlight, which was a very "Live at Red Rocks-like" Nancies>Warehouse. Then Crash and One Sweet World. Dave broke a string on Crash but was quick to replace his guitar while still continuing the lyrics. They segued into Sugar Will. Then came Joy Ride. The crowd began some Warehouse-like "wooo's" on this song but I'd rather that be a Warehouse thing only, makes the song different. But oh well. The band closed with a great Too Much. This song used to be decent but the guys have tweaked it some and it is really one of my favorite concert songs now. Nice Lil' John scat at the end. The encore was an awesome Don't Drink the Water and then a very nice Everyday/#36. Overall a great setlist and a good concert. I went to the first concert (6.17.04 Maryland Heights) and heard the new songs for the first time. Now, after hearing them again, I can say that they have improved already so much and that they will be slammin' songs once the CD comes out. See you guys next summer!
Aug.25.2004
Daniel P.
6th show overall, third in KS. This was easily the best show I've seen. He played old favorites as well as amazing new songs that I had been dying to hear live. He put some new twists on old songs, like Grey Street was missing a Verse, and there was a different kind of jam during Too Much. There were only two problems with the show, the first was that I've seen Where are you going 6 out of 6 times, not a huge deal, but I don't care for that song very much. Second, during the encore, it was painfully obvious that the band was trying to get the crowd to sing 36, while they played Everyday. The crowd just stood there dumbstruck, I was the only person singing 36 that I heard. Again not too big of a deal, and still the best concert I've ever seen.
Aug.26.2004
Daniel P.
6th show overall, third in KS. This was easily the best show I've seen. He played old favorites as well as amazing new songs that I had been dying to hear live. He put some new twists on old songs, like Grey Street was missing a Verse, and there was a different kind of jam during Too Much. There were only two problems with the show, the first was that I've seen Where are you going 6 out of 6 times, not a huge deal, but I don't care for that song very much. Second, during the encore, it was painfully obvious that the band was trying to get the crowd to sing 36, while they played Everyday. The crowd just stood there dumbstruck, I was the only person singing 36 that I heard. Again not too big of a deal, and still the best concert I've ever seen.
Aug.26.2004
Matt
This was my third Dave show, and it was easily the best. The band dipped into some new material, and I'm even more stoked for the next CD. Hello Again was especially awesome, with the kind of joyous pulse which resonates through all the best jams that Dave does. They also played #41, which is a personal fav and I was not disappointed. The encore was unreal. Everyday/36 blew my mind. The interplay between Boyd and Dave on the vocals was sick. Overall, amazing show, can't wait to see them again.
Aug.29.2004