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Summer 1993

24 unique songs performed so far.

Show 4 of 46

4th show at this venue

18 Songs / 10.74 Avg.
Tour Rarity: 17 of 43 (32.56)

This show has an overall rarity index of 21.19

This show has a point-in-time rarity index of 28.99

This show became unique with Jam
(DF: 4 Rarity: 98.1)

Total Song Time: 0 hours, 59 minutes, 30 seconds

Timeline
June 22, 1993
June 23, 1993
June 24, 1993
June 26, 1993
June 29, 1993

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Dave Matthews Band
Thursday, June 24, 1993
Wetlands Preserve, New York, NY
+/- (?) Song Time      Tour (?)    Venue (?) Last (?) Guests Notes
1. Seek Up ...>12:00     4 of 17     1 of 4
2. Dancing Nancies 8:17     4 of 22     3 of 7
3. Lie In Our Graves 6:33     4 of 21     3 of 7
4. Jam ...>0:00     2 of 5     3 of 3
5. Satellite 5:01     2 of 15     3 of 7
6. Granny 4:21     4 of 27     3 of 6
7. One Sweet World 8:20     4 of 25     3 of 7
8. Recently ...>10:11     4 of 26     3 of 7
9. Tripping Billies 4:47     4 of 29     3 of 7
10. Warehouse ...>     4 of 26     3 of 6 Shortin' Bread Interpolation, Opened Set II
11. Typical Situation      4 of 23     2 of 6
12. The Song That Jane Likes      3 of 15     3 of 6
13. True Reflections      4 of 24     3 of 6
14. Pay For What You Get      2 of 11     2 of 4 Norwegian Wood Interpolation
15. Jam ...>     2 of 5     3 of 3 Dueling Banjos Interpolation
16. Ants Marching      3 of 26     2 of 6
17. Christmas Song      1 of 5     1 of 4 All You Need Is Love, Can't Buy Me Love Interpolation
18. Halloween      3 of 13     3 of 6
Show Notes
Despite the fact that DMB was the opening act, this was an alleged two set show for years, until the Set list (and recording) was discovered in early 2011 for the entire show
DMB opened for John Popper, but he was very late (going on after 2 am), so they played a full 2 set show.







































   



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