|Date||Venue||Artist||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2001-02-21||The Orpheum Theatre||Trey Anastasio Band||2||Sand||At the Gazebo||Debut.|
|2001-02-26||State Theatre||Trey Anastasio Band||1||Gin||At the Gazebo|
|2001-07-11||Open Air Theatre||Trey Anastasio Band||e||At the Gazebo||Will It Go Round in Circles|
|2001-07-12||Greek Theatre||Trey Anastasio Band||1||Money, Love and Change||Sidewalks of San Francisco|
|2001-07-22||Deer Creek||Trey Anastasio Band||2||Burlap Sack and Pumps||Sand|
|2001-08-05||SPAC||Trey Anastasio Band||2||Every Story Ends in Stone||O-o-h Child|
|2002-05-22||Salem Armory||Trey Anastasio Band||2||Drifting||Ray Dawn Balloon|
|2002-05-24||Bill Graham Civic Auditorium||Trey Anastasio Band||2||Mr. Completely||Discern|
|2002-05-25||Calaveras County Fairgrounds||Trey Anastasio Band||1||Money, Love and Change||Cayman Review|
|2002-06-04||Red Rocks Amphitheatre||Trey Anastasio Band||1||***||Alive Again|
|2002-06-08||Deer Creek||Trey Anastasio Band||2||Mr. Completely||Ether Sunday|
|2002-06-16||Darien Lake||Trey Anastasio Band||1||Money, Love and Change||Noodle Rave Daddio||Fish on drums.|
|2002-06-18||Radio City Music Hall||Trey Anastasio Band||2||Plasma||Mr. Completely|
|2002-10-25||Stanley Performing Arts Center||Trey Anastasio Band||2||Windora Bug||Mr. Completely|
|2002-10-26||Stabler Arena, Lehigh Univer...||Trey Anastasio Band||1||Olivia||Alive Again|
|2003-06-07||Memorial Auditorium||Trey Anastasio Band||2||Drifting||Olivia|
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