- Set 1:
- The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) ->
- City on Down
- One Shot
- Wonderful Day
- King of the Thing
- Hey Girl
- Heard the World
- Ran Away to the Top of the World Today
- Destination (Fire on the Mountain Tag)
- Dareh Meyod
- Conquering Fools (D'yer Mak'er Tag)
- Black Rock (Long Day Intro / Blood Outro)
- Anyway *
- Delicate Few (Second Half Only)
* with the "Facemelter" on guitar.
$ with the "Tamborine Ninja".
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Reviews this show was amazing...the setlist was great and the guys were playing with so much energy...what made it was the fact that i was sitting up in the front row and they played CONQUERING FOOLS because of me and the sign i had....thank you guys for a great show!!! -twistee176 December 1, 2005
setlist was great but not a good venue not too much energy a lot of kids -skullinfla December 1, 2005
Great show - so much energy - I thought the venue was fine - its better than seeing them at Tampa Amp! This was my first O.A.R. show and was not disappointed at all, having 3rd row helps. Awesome set list - got to hear Dareh Meyod!!! COD, RATTOTWT, KOTT, Destination w/Fire on the Mountain tag (nice) and it was great when Marc played Conquering Fools for the dude who had the sign in the front row, very cool. All the new songs sounded great, 52-50 rocked and it was great to hear the crowd sing along to Heard the World, you could tell that Marc was impressed. Great light show. The flow of the entire show was perfect, no dead air time. Needless to say, a very pleasent experience. -HionOAR December 1, 2005
THIS SHOW ROCKED - Awsome energy, it was awsome when Mark played Conquering Fools for the people with the sign right in front of me! Awsome venue, after the show my friends and I waited by the buses, and every band member walked over and talked for a bit. It is awsome to see that these guys are as chill as their music. -rm0singer December 1, 2005
Tamborine Ninja is Hilarious, Tristan Prettyman was an excellent opener too. -xboss14x December 1, 2005