Ed talks about how it was such a beautiful day in Boston and a beatiful day for them and his daughter whose "back home in another city." He then mentions that their thoughts turn toward those put in a dire situation overseas and plays a hardened version of "Garden," mentioning its the worst case scenario for those troops. Before "Elderly Woman...", Ed says the song used to be so easy to play but they kept "fucking it up." Ed seems pleased with the crowd's vocals and lets them finish pieces of the tune, much like he did with "Black," "Alive," and "Smile." Ed says Boston has been so good to them that he'd like to try playing a song they've yet to play live and they premiere "Parachutes". The crowd goes bananas after years of fans begging the band to play "Leash", it's played to a huge roar, with the crowd signing loudly along.
Set: Severed Hand, Corduroy, World Wide Suicide, Do The Evolution, Given To Fly, Dissident, Even Flow, Marker in the Sand, Low Light, Insignificance, Army Reserve, Garden, I Got Id, State of Love and Trust, Comatose, Inside Job, Rearviewmirror
Encore 1: Wasted Reprise, Man of the Hour, Elderly Woman..., Parachutes, Black, Alive
Encore 2: Why Go, Life Wasted, Smile, Indifference, Leash, Rockin' in the Free World, Yellow Ledbetter