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Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) | Saratoga Springs, NY | July 3-4, 2015 #DMB2SETS

This is what you need:

Quoting Monk for the rest:

Dave Matthews Band

Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY

Friday, July 3, 2015
Saturday, July 4, 2015

Venue Information:
108 Avenue of the Pines
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Venue Type: Outdoor Amphitheater
Seating Capacity: 25100

Description: In early February 1961, Albany newspaperman Duane La Fleche noted a wire service report about a group hoping to entice New York Philharmonic to make Stowe, Vermont its summer residence. La Fleche proposed that the group stay in New York and perform in Saratoga Springs. Local civic, cultural, and legislative leaders, who had previously considered a Saratoga Arts Center an interesting possibility, began to design the facility. Within a week, they held their first meeting; within a month they were focusing on Saratoga Spa State Park as the site, had won the support of State Conservation Commissioner Harold Wilm, and begun discussions with both the Philharmonic and New York City Ballet. By summer 1963, generous contributions from Rockefeller Brothers Fund and New York State supplemented community support to create Saratoga Performing Arts Center. In June 1964, Governor Rockefeller mounted a bulldozer to break the first yard of ground. More than 410 workdays followed: 300 workers clocked 136,000 hours to complete the 5,100-seat, 10-story amphitheatre (original layout of the venue did not include a festival lawn). On July 9, 1966, NYCB conductor Robert Irving raised his baton, and Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream enchanted the opening night audience.

Seating Chart:

DMB SPAC Statistics:


# of Shows Played: 29 (1994-2014)

Longest Performance: Seek Up [21:28] (8.27.03)

Song Debuts:
Some Devil (Full Band) (8.14.07)
Shake Me Like A Monkey (6.12.09)
Dive In (6.13.09)

Most Played Songs:
Ants Marching (16)
Two Step (15)
Too Much (13)
Jimi Thing (13)
Crush (13)
Don't Drink The Water (13)

Trey Anastasio
Dickey Betts & Great Southern
Eric Bloom
James Casey
Jeff Coffin
Ben Elfman
Bela Fleck
Nigel Hall
Corey Henry
Toots Hibbert
Eric Krasno
Lovely Ladies
Vusi Mahlasela
Tim Reynolds
Rashawn Ross
Butch Taylor
Ryan Zoldis

Previous Shows:
2014: May 30 | May 31
2013: May 25 | May 26 | September 21
2012: June 8 | June 9
2010: June 4 | June 5
2009: June 12 | June 13
2008: June 20 | June 21
2007: August 14
2006: June 16 | June 17
2005: July 1 | July 2
2004: July 2 | July 3
2003: August 27 | August 28
2002: July 28 | July 29
2001: July 29 | July 30
2000: August 29
1998: July 26
1997: June 6
1996: June 8
1994: September 3
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handjob on the lawn during the encore saved it
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Who'd you jerk off?
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