USANA Amphitheatre, West Valley City, UT
Graph of songs performed, by album
Opening Band: Robert Randolph and the Family Band
Pantala Naga Pampa * -->
Rapunzel *
Proudest Monkey * -->
Satellite *
Big Eyed Fish * -->
Bartender *
Everyday *
The Idea of You *
Louisiana Bayou *
Shotgun *
Hunger for the Great Light *
Loving Wings *
You Might Die Trying *+ -->
Two Step *+
Pig *
Stay *

* Rashawn Ross on trumpet
+ Robert Randolph on pedal steel

Matt W.
As always, a STELLAR show. I couldn't even believe how amazing Two Step was! Make sure to get the tapes to hear Dave's story intro to Proudest Monkey. I love this guy, it was very good Davespeak. It was pretty windy and we were surrounded by rain, but didn't get any (very lucky). The lights and effects for this show were top notch. I was very impressed with the crew. Loved it...definetely my favorite show.
Nic F.
As expected, an incredible show. Dave was fully commited to each song, going for those screaming highs, and doing the patented "Dave jig" as he rocked out. Carter was on fire as well. Robert Randolf was an excellent addition to the group, and really made Two Step one of the most amazing Dave performances I've seen.

Randolf even got Dave to giggle during Two Step, playing little high squeaks. The crowd fed off of the energy exuded by the group.The atmosphere was great. As the band took the stage, the roar of the crowd was accompanied by the roar of the F-16 fighter jets going out to pick up Air Force One. It was awesome!
David L.
Very solid show. The last show i saw here was probably my least favorite show of all time. (i blame the crowd). However, this show was VERY energetic. The crowd was lovin' it and i think the guys fed off of that. The story before "Proudest Monkey" was classic "storytellers-esque" Dave. I loved it. I think the version of "Bartender" was (one of, if not) the best that i have heard live. "Louisiana Bayou" was amazing... Even though its not my favorite, "Everyday", was very energetic. I think the newbie fans really dug it. "Two Step" was great (as always) Always good to hear "Pig". I have never been a big fan of closing with "Stay"...Its a great song, but I don't like it as a closer...oh well... All-in-All, this was a solid top 5 show for me. The setlist combined with the energy, the crowd, and the weather, made it a gem...
M.J. .
OK this was my 1st show and I must say I am still blown away! I didn't think it was even possible, but I now love the guys even more than before!

I thought Dave's vocals were exceptional, he is an amazing man. It was a treat for me to be able to hear TwoStep, I was so hoping I would. It got pretty cold and windy out there but that didn't stop anyone from having a good time, the place was completely packed. I am really looking forward to catching another show any chance I get!
This is my 20 somethingish show and I was totally impressed. I too went to USANA two years ago and left dissapointed, but this year it was pure DMB magic. Of course it may have had to do with my 4th row center seats or the fact that Dave and Carter were smiling and pointing to us the whole show (probably because of our signs , 'the idea of you' and 'carter for president') and that carter gave me a drum stick after the show- but enough about that- the music was incredible.

I feel like the boys have a whole new energy and freedom in the last year or so. The setlist was unexpected- especially Big Eyed Fish and you might die trying. If I were to just read this setlist I might think it was a mediocure show, but being there, I can tell you it was outstanding.

Great davespeak. I will try to paraphrase from memory the proudest monkey davespeak: " I picked up a book recently that I read a long time ago about a group of monkeys that never fought. I dont know if you know about apes but they tend to want to kick a little ass. But these monkeys never fought.... So instead of fighting with some one how about making a little love? Im not saying you should go down on everyone you get in an argument with, but if its that or fighting, maybe you should consider the prior"

Great energy, great jams with Rashawn and Robert Randolf. Also, the weather was very neat because there was alot of lightning in the valley and during the show the wind was flowing into the stage and rushing out onto the crowd creating a fresh, exhilerating environment, almost like the music was physically flowing over you in a cool rush. Musical highlights were definately Bartender (the best version I can remember), the idea of you, two step (Rashawn was making Dave laugh throughout the song with his crazy playing), and pig. THANK YOU DMB!!!
I've only been a fan for about 2 years and this was my first concert with the whole band. (I saw Dave and Tim at the Aladdin last October) I was truly impressed. The energy of the band was phenominal and so much fun to watch. USANA was a nice intimate amphitheater, the weather was great and I was in heaven. Opening with Pantala Naga Pampa/Rapunzel was a nice suprise. The way the drapes dropped during satellite exposing those great monitors and light effects was fantastic. Bartender has always been a huge favorite. Robert Randolph showing up for You Might Die Trying added a new feel to the song. I particulary enjoyed hearing Loving Wings and Idea of you. Dave's voice was spot on! What a great show. Looking forward to the next album, and next year. Thank you guys SO much.