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Summer 1997

Show 16 of 29

2nd show at this venue

17 Songs / 17.34 Avg.
Tour Rarity: 29 of 29 (42.25)

This show has an overall rarity index of 27.73

This show has a point-in-time rarity index of 48.46

This show became unique with Tripping Billies
(DF: 2 Rarity: 48.87)

Total Song Time: 1 hours, 56 minutes, 12 seconds

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June 20, 1997
June 22, 1997
June 23, 1997
June 25, 1997
June 26, 1997

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Dave Matthews Band
Monday, June 23, 1997
Polaris Amphitheatre, Columbus, OH
+/- (?) Song Time      Tour (?)    Venue (?) Last (?) Guests Notes
1. Lie In Our Graves 8:20     12 of 24     2 of 7
2. Tripping Billies 5:34     16 of 29     1 of 7
3. Dancing Nancies 9:36     8 of 15     2 of 7
4. Warehouse 8:09     4 of 10     2 of 7
5. Jimi Thing 13:42     11 of 23     1 of 7
6. Help Myself 4:37     4 of 4     1 of 4
7. #41 ...>9:34     16 of 29     2 of 7
8. Say Goodbye 8:30     13 of 25     2 of 4
9. For the Beauty of Wynona 5:01     8 of 13     1 of 1
10. Crash Into Me 5:41     16 of 29     2 of 8
11. Two Step 8:03     16 of 29     2 of 7
12. Ants Marching 7:27     16 of 29     2 of 8
13. So Much To Say ...>4:09     16 of 29     1 of 8
14. Anyone Seen the Bridge ...>1:23     16 of 29     1 of 6
15. Too Much 4:33     16 of 29     2 of 12
16. E: Leave Me Praying 5:53     13 of 26     1 of 1
17. E: Drive In Drive Out 6:00     14 of 16     2 of 6 This is a rare Drive In as the encore of a 1997 show. Ants closed every other show unless noted.
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