Most people recognize the beginning of the summer season based on a specific property, action, or event that takes place.
For some, summer starts when the weather heats up and the neighborhood children are found playing outside.
To Dave Matthews’ loyalists, summer doesn’t start until the band shows up!
Dave Matthews Tickets
Tickets for Dave Matthews are still available for this concert, which takes place on Saturday, May 28 at the Lakewood Amphitheater in Atlanta.
Make sure you attend this year’s show since the group has announced that they will not be touring in 2017; forcing fans to wait two years before they get another chance to see the world’s most prominent Jam Band.
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- The Song That Jane Likes
- Crash Into Me
- Break Free (first time played since 09/17/11)
- Don’t Drink the Water
- Samurai Cop
- Funny the Way It Is
- Crush (Stefan solo intro)
- Dancing Nancies
- What Would You Say
- Bob Law
- Grey Street
- Cornbread (Carter solo intro; “Hoe Down” interpolation)
- The Best of What’s Around
- Jimi Thing
- Sexy M.F. (Prince cover) (partial)
- The Space Between
- Ants Marching
This was my first Dave Matthews show and it was definitely as fun as my friends always described. They played for over three hours and came back out for two separate encores! I recognized a lot more songs than I thought I would and had a great time jamming to their stellar performance.
Dave really engages the crowd and is hilarious on the mic.
Great show and I will definitely see them again in the future!
I am a big believer that Dave Matthews was sent to us from heaven! They are just so incredible live and after seeing them for the past 15 years, I am still just as excited about their shows.
They always play for at least three hours and offer a great blend of hits, classics, and new tunes. Dave is always talkative to the crowd and usually puts on a variety of funny voices that make the crowd erupt.
This was my eighth show and I can’t wait to see them next summer.
Dave Matthews Performs “Don’t Drink The Water” At Aaron’s Amphitheater In Atlanta, 2015