, attached to 2013-07-03

Review by prepschoolalumniblues

prepschoolalumniblues Starting at the Theme in the first set and going through the encore, this was a great show that I definitely think is underrated. Sure, none of the jams go very deep, but the energy never lets up for a solid two hours. I would describe it as very similar in atmosphere to the 2014-07-01 tour opener but with less type II jams.

First of all, the song selection is a great mix - the high number of heavy-hitting old-school classics form the foundation for the show, and the newer and more low-key songs come off as necessary breathers rather than awkwardly forced filler.

In terms of highlights, there's a killer Golden Age to open the second set, a Number Line that makes you want to pump your fists, and the show finishes off on a high note with a back-to-back peak combo of Antelope and Hood.

A great 3.0 show to play loud on some speakers on a summer evening. I come back to the Golden Age pretty frequently because it never fails to put a smile on my face.


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