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*** Ohana Encore Fanviews Here 10/1//21 ***

SeaSea EarthPosts: 2,486
Pearl Jam
Ohana Festival
Dana Point, CA
10/01/21

Set List

band on stage 07:53
band off stage 09:52

01. Low Light
02. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
03. Dance Of The Clairvoyants
04. Never Destination
05. Do The Evolution
(Ed talks about concerns for health and safety)
06. I Am Mine
07. Buckle Up-(live debut from Gigaton album)
08. Even Flow
09. Seven O’Clock
10. Nothing Man
11. State Of Love And Trust
12. Who Ever Said-(live debut from Gigaton album
13. Sweet Lew {Jeff Lead vocal} (Ed, Josh K and Jeff dribble basketballs during song)
14. Better Man / People Have The Power -(Smith, Smith) {Patty Smith cover. played music and lyrics for 2:06}
15. Rearviewmirror

Encore Break

16. River Cross-(live debut of band version from Gigaton)
17. Garden
18. Why Go Home
19. Alive (During last verse Ed speaks saying it feels different singing these words than it did, then goes back to singing lyrics)
Mike goes into Yellow Ledbetter before Ed stops him and has him play…
20. All Along The Watchtower-(Dylan)
21. Yellow Ledbetter
(As the band takes a final bow they make sure they are 6 feet apart)


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Thank you, John for the set list & notes.

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  • adamg5adamg5 Posts: 632
    Wow!!! I was all three last weekend and this by far was the best.  The sound, the set list, vibe from the band was just beyond words.


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  • Ince.esInce.es BCN - SpainPosts: 244
    I am sure that being there it looks different but we are used to longer sets, and I know it is a festival but you also know that this is a different one.
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  • 666erm666erm Posts: 195
    I can’t believe that was real. Holy shit. The energy was unbelievable.
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  • RatherStarvedRatherStarved Posts: 1,691
    This was the best show of the tour in my opinion and I am very happy to have had the opportunity to be there.  
  • danlee1095danlee1095 Posts: 614
    What an absolutely perfect night again at Ohana. The band was unreal and it was so sick to see debut of Whoever Said (which was insane.). Obviously I wished it was longer but maybe this is the new PJ?  But Goddamn they sounded amazing!!! Garden! RVM! What a night!!
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  • 666erm666erm Posts: 195
    What an absolutely perfect night again at Ohana. The band was unreal and it was so sick to see debut of Whoever Said (which was insane.). Obviously I wished it was longer but maybe this is the new PJ?  But Goddamn they sounded amazing!!! Garden! RVM! What a night!!
    I thought the sky was going to part during RVM and we would all transcend into another phase of existence 
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  • danlee1095danlee1095 Posts: 614
    edited October 2
    666erm said:
    What an absolutely perfect night again at Ohana. The band was unreal and it was so sick to see debut of Whoever Said (which was insane.). Obviously I wished it was longer but maybe this is the new PJ?  But Goddamn they sounded amazing!!! Garden! RVM! What a night!!
    I thought the sky was going to part during RVM and we would all transcend into another phase of existence 
    We did. We absolutely effing did.
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  • DotC and Who Ever Said felt like the highlights. Ed sang his ass off on WES. Great vibe when you start out like that. Great weather and very chill crowd, Ed mentioned it was nice to see all the kids up front (also it might have freaked him out). Hopefully a "no repeats" wkd considering no Quick Escape / Superblood Wolfmoon. Any show with DTE, State Of Love And Trust and RVM in the main set is an awesome show for me.
  • Daron OshayDaron Oshay Middletown, NJPosts: 2,395
    This was the best show of the tour in my opinion and I am very happy to have had the opportunity to be there.  
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  • walkunafraidwalkunafraid Posts: 2,473
    Such an incredible night. Awesome set, great energy, perfect vibe, and a beautiful Southern California day. I'll reiterate what I said after Sunday's show: Dance of the Clairvoyants is fucking kickass live and should be a setlist staple for years to come. I'm wiped out so no time for a long review, but here is the video I shot of Who Ever Said for those curious about how it goes over live (spoiler alert: it rocks!).


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  • Been to all 3 shows so far and this was better than the others for me. It wasn't so much the setlist (though this one was interesting), but the way the band seemed so comfortable to be on stage with each other.
  • FirstExitFirstExit Los AngelesPosts: 962
    G A R D E N 
  • lastexitlondonlastexitlondon Posts: 8,195
    Any picks caught?
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  • LoujoeLoujoe Posts: 3,415
    edited October 2
    All the kids up front got them.
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  • nicknyr15nicknyr15 Posts: 4,992
    Josh absolutely killing it on basketball during sweet lew. 
  • RiotZactRiotZact Posts: 5,897
    So wait. Was the curfew earlier this weekend or did the band decide to just be done at that time?
  • Falling DownFalling Down Posts: 566
    I know it’s still early on the West Coast, but we need some more fanviews here! 

    Was River Cross completely Ed solo? Pump organ? 

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  • River Cross was full band, including Boom. Ed was at the organ with back facing the fans. It was very nicely done. The new songs are just phenomenal live, all of them. Who Ever Said -- they tore that one up.
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  • jmarimonjmarimon Posts: 5
    This was my 26th show. Was great to finally be out and listening to live music. Show was great. RVM was on fire, so much energy.  New songs sounded great. 7 o’clock sounded really great live. Eddie was fantastic on who ever said. River cross was just so soulful. It has such a Peter Gabriel vibe to it. Wish they would have a camera focus on Eddie while he was playing the organ, he was playing with his back against the crowd. Looking forward to tonight. 
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  • tbergstbergs Posts: 8,235
    Who Ever Said was awesome. And I know not many people are in to Buckle Up, but it sounded great live. RVM and Garden dominated. SOLAT was great even though Ed messed up and forgot to start singing again in the middle. Of course Mike lit the place up all night. A lot of songs for him to go wild on.
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  • PJNBPJNB New BrunswickPosts: 9,471
    Amazing night! Who Ever Said, Never Destination, Garden and Rearviewmirror were the highlights for me. So much craziness was going in with RVM at the end and was easily the song of the night. I can’t wait to hear it again in the boot. 1 more show tonight! Fantastic festival experience so far and can’t wait to do it all again!
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  • OceansJennyOceansJenny Manhattan, NYPosts: 2,174
    edited October 2
    Such an incredible night. Awesome set, great energy, perfect vibe, and a beautiful Southern California day. I'll reiterate what I said after Sunday's show: Dance of the Clairvoyants is fucking kickass live and should be a setlist staple for years to come. I'm wiped out so no time for a long review, but here is the video I shot of Who Ever Said for those curious about how it goes over live (spoiler alert: it rocks!).


    Thank you for that!! WES was the the one song I really wanted to hear from that setlist. =)
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  • UglymanUglyman Posts: 66
    They walked on stage and the biggest smile came over my face. It hasn’t been ear-to-ear in almost two years. It’s been too long since we’ve been back in our happy place. Sweet Lew made me giggle. I’ll be back tonight, wearing a big smile and Mookie Blaylock shirt. 
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  • May 30thMay 30th Posts: 1,309
    Such an incredible night. Awesome set, great energy, perfect vibe, and a beautiful Southern California day. I'll reiterate what I said after Sunday's show: Dance of the Clairvoyants is fucking kickass live and should be a setlist staple for years to come. I'm wiped out so no time for a long review, but here is the video I shot of Who Ever Said for those curious about how it goes over live (spoiler alert: it rocks!).


    Thanks for sharing this wicked video. These new songs are amazing live. 
  • RiotZactRiotZact Posts: 5,897
    All 3 Gigaton songs they debuted sounded amazing. And I’m saying that just from the YouTube videos.
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