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Dave Matthews Band - Live in Atlantic City
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6.26.2011 Bader Field, Atlantic City, NJ

Dave Matthews Band brought their multi-artist Caravan tour to four US cities this summer with the opening weekend taking place in Atlantic City, New Jersey June 24th-26th. DMB brought new life to Bader Field, a defunct airport space surrounded by the Intracoastal Waterway, only a short bridge away from the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk. The band hosted a 3-day multi-stage, multi-artist festival ending each day of music with a headline performance. One four letter word sums up the weekend perfectly: E-P-I-C. The band’s headlining concert on June 26th is now available as a 2-CD set or digital download.

DMB pulled some great stuff out of their trick bag on the last night in AC with rarity (and previously unreleased) Kill the King, Seek Up into Warehouse, Dive In featuring a new musical intro and a first for the band with a cover of Sweet Emotion. The crowd went wild during the quadruple encore when DMB began playing Halloween after Carter’s snare drum intro to Ants Marching, launching back into Ants at the end of Halloween. DMB ended the show and an incredible weekend of music with the apropos Thank You Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Agin. The fans continued chanting the song as they exited the Caravan and walked over the bridge to the boardwalk.

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Disc 1

1. Seek Up
2. Warehouse
3. What Would You Say
4. Kill The King
5. Granny
6. Lying In The Hands Of God
7. Digging A Ditch
8. One Sweet World
9. Tripping Billies

Disc 2

1. Dive In
2. Raven
3. So Much To Say
4. Sweet Emotion
5. Too Much
6. All Along The Watchtower
7. Some Devil
8. Halloween
9. Ants Marching
10. Thank You (Fallentin Me Be Mice Elf Agin)

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1:1Seek Up16:15Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:2Warehouse9:43Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:3What Would You Say5:40Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:4Kill the King4:29Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:5Granny4:51Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:6Lying In The Hands Of God13:12Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:7Digging A Ditch4:41Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:8One Sweet World7:25Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:9Tripping Billies6:48Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:1Dive In6:00Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:2Raven5:30Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:3So Much To Say4:11Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:4Sweet Emotion4:13Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:5Too Much5:19Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:6All Along The Watchtower9:38Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:7Some Devil4:07Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:8Ants Marching > Intro > Halloween >4:55Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:9Ants Marching7:34Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:10Thank You (Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Agin)9:09Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:1Seek Up16:16Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:2Warehouse9:44Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:3What Would You Say5:40Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:4Kill the King4:29Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:5Granny4:51Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:6Lying In The Hands Of God13:12Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:7Digging A Ditch4:42Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:8One Sweet World7:25Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:9Tripping Billies6:48Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:1Dive In6:01Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:2Raven5:30Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:3So Much To Say4:12Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:4Sweet Emotion4:13Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:5Too Much5:20Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:6All Along The Watchtower9:39Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:7Some Devil4:08Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:8Ants Marching > Intro > Halloween >4:55Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:9Ants Marching7:35Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:10Thank You (Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Agin)9:09Dave Matthews Band Album Only

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