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Show Reviews
Dave Matthews Band
June 13, 2018
Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, Gilford, NH

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User: Bungyfish
Clay Cook on Lie in Our Graves was kick ass.

Love the shows with Buddy. What a great addition!

User: ptess
This was my first pit experience, definitely was not disappointed. We rolled through the gates 10 minutes after open, left and reentered for a poster and still got second row off center. People around us were great and the set list was above average. Clay Cook ripped on LIOG, and going against popular opinion, I loved that girl is you as an opener.

User: shakerlxxv
This was a great show! Almost every song featured something exciting, different. Lots of jams.

User: Tom Brady
Amazing show! The typical/billies/ants run to close the set was a thing of beauty. Stand up actually sounded really good. The venue is really small and very cool!

User: ttcain
Boyd who? Now don\\\\\\\'t get me wrong I love Boyd\\\\\\\'s violin playing and respect the energy he often brought to his performances, but Gilford\\\\\\\'s night 2 show cemented for me that with Rawshawn, Jeff, Buddy and Tim\\\\\\\'s playing those missing string parts that the band\\\\\\\'s sound lacks nothing; rather, this night\\\\\\\'s show blew me away. I can\\\\\\\'t think of better versions of Stand Up, Crush, and Typical Situation and loved the energy of Tripping Billies and Ants Marching. The special treat of the night was the guest appearance of Clay Cook as he assisted the band in playing for the first time Lie in Our Graves since Boyd\\\\\\\'s absence. Looking forward to Mansfield next week. DMB is on fire--loving the energy and passion all are bringing to the stage.


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