12.31.2002 The Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: Nothing Too Fancy > Divisions, Smell the Mitten, The Crooked One, Ringo[1] > Prowler > Push the Pig

Set 2: JaJunk[2], Percussion[3], Drums[4] > Hurt Bird Bath[5], Get In The Van, Because[6] > You Never Give Me Your Money[6] > Sun King[6] > Mean Mr. Mustard[7] > Polythene Pam[6] > She Came In Through The Bathroom Window[7] > Golden Slumbers[6] > Carry That Weight[8] > The End[8]

Set 3: 40's Theme, Glory[1] > Auld Lang Syne[1], Miss Tinkle's Overture[9] -> Mulche's Odyssey[10] -> Professor Wormbog[1], Der Bluten Kat > Glory[11] -> Hajimemashite > Dump City

Encore: Orfeo[12], Scenes from an Italian Restaurant[13], Last Man Swerving[14] > Der Bluten Kat

2nd Encore: Her Majesty[15]

[1] with Josh Quinlan on saxophone
[2] began with Good King Wenceslas (John Mason Neale and Thomas Helmore) tease
[3] with everyone on percussion, including Kris Myers on steel drums and piccolo snare
[4] Kris replaces Mike on the drum kit
[5] with Mike on steel drums and Kris on drum kit
[6] debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar
[7] with Jake on acoustic guitar
[8] debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar; with Josh Quinlan on saxophone
[9] with Hajimemashite (original, Tashi Station-era version) teases by Ryan and Brendan
[10] with ending jam featuring Mike on steel drums and Josh Quinlan on saxophone
[11] ended with 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover (Paul Simon) tease from Mike
[12] with The Little Drummer Boy (Katherine Kennicott Davis) tease by Joel
[13] debut, Billy Joel; with Josh Quinlan on saxophone and Jake on acoustic guitar
[14] began with with Fletch Theme (Harold Faltermeyer) jam
[15] debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with just Brendan on vocals and Jake on guitar

Notes:
between two of the sets, DJ Poser (aka Mike LeMaestri) was on turntables.
with Hot in Herre (Nelly) quote from Mike before 40's Theme
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