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12.31.2004 The Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: Divisions, Great American, Sociable Jimmy, Prowler[1] > Anchor Drops, 2nd Self, The Crooked One, Nopener[2]

Set 2: Robot World[3] > Partyin' Peeps, Ophelia[4], Mail Package[5], Nopener[6], Panama[7], Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey, The Triple Wide, Sledgehammer[8], Women Wine and Song[5]

Set 3: Don't Do It[4], Slacker[5], Bright Lights, Big City[5] > Auld Lang Syne[9], Plunger[10], JaJunk, Push the Pig, Ringo[11], Late in the Evening[5], Wife Soup[12]

Encore: Good Morning Good Morning[13]

2nd Encore: In The Kitchen[14]

[1] with Ain't Talkin' 'bout Love (Van Halen) tease
[2] with Mini Kiss on stage
[3] with Entrance of the Gladiators (Julius Fučík) tease
[4] debut, The Band; with August Haas and Rob Parton on trumpet, Tim Sullivan on tenor saxophone, and Tom Matta on trombone
[5] with August Haas and Rob Parton on trumpet, Tim Sullivan on tenor saxophone, and Tom Matta on trombone
[6] "lounge version" with August Haas and Rob Parton on trumpet, Tim Sullivan on tenor saxophone, and Tom Matta on trombone
[7] "lounge version" with Kris on vocals, Jake on drums, and with with August Haas and Rob Parton on trumpet, Tim Sullivan on tenor saxophone, and Tom Matta on trombone
[8] debut, Peter Gabriel; with August Haas and Rob Parton on trumpet, Tim Sullivan on tenor saxophone, and Tom Matta on trombone
[9] with August Haas and Rob Parton on trumpet, Tim Sullivan on tenor saxophone, and Tom Matta on trombone; with Mini Kiss on stage
[10] with two trapeze artists (Bridget Muldoon on audience right and Beth Stare on audience left) performing on trapezes at the front of the stage
[11] with My Name Is Mud (Primus) tease
[12] with August Haas and Rob Parton on trumpet, Tim Sullivan on tenor saxophone, and Tom Matta on trombone; with two trapeze artists (Bridget Muldoon on audience right and Beth Stare on audience left) performing on trapezes at the front of the stage
[13] debut, The Beatles; with August Haas and Rob Parton on trumpet, Tim Sullivan on tenor saxophone, and Tom Matta on trombone
[14] Brendan and Jake started playing while off-stage; with Thunderstruck (AC/DC) tease

Notes:
The Best Show on Earth circus theme - with side shows, acrobats (Erika Gilfether and Andrew Adams), jugglers, and balloon animals

Support: Mini Kiss
Purchase via UMLive: 12.31.2004, The Riviera, Chicago, IL

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