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Album Stats
Stories Of A Stranger: 33%
Souls Aflame: 27%
In Between Now and Then: 13%
All Sides: 7%
34th & 8th: 7%
Risen: 7%
The Wanderer: 7%

Show Rarity: 35.67%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Henry Maier Festival Park 06.29.2007 - Milwaukee, WI With: Summerfest Festival Lineup
  1. Set 1:
    1. City on Down (Organ Intro)
    2. Lay Down
    3. 52-50
    4. Risen
    5. Anyway
    6. Untitled
    7. Heard the World
    8. Living in the End
    9. Here's to You
    10. The Stranger
    11. Patiently
    12. Love and Memories
    13. Hey Girl
  2. Encore:
    1. I Feel Home &
    2. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
This show was dedicated to the memory of Jordan Styx. Learn more at
& Marc and Richard.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.

David Willow

Reviews Good show, the band had A LOT of energy and you could tell that they were doing it for Jordan. Marc mentioned a few times that the show was for him and it was defliently something specail. My 8th show overall and I would put it at number 3. Reason being is because the summerfest crowed always sucks way to many drunk kids there that are annoying and are always falling over etc.. Oh well though the music made up for it! -footballteen25 June 30, 2007
Very solid show. With the exception of a bit of a rowdy crowd knocking people over, especially during 'hey girl' and 'poker' and lots of people smoking nearby, but was moving and grooving most of the time. Some of the highlights being '52-50', 'Anyway', 'The Stranger', and 'Poker'. -Jibiti June 30, 2007
One of the best shows at Summerfest I've seen. I expected them to hate the crowd as they normally do, but they were loving it. Marc even said it was good to be back. Risen surprised me and was extremely surprised by Stranger and Patiently. Hey girl was very good, high energy and the Organ intro on COD made my night, as did here's to you. Good stuff -jcadorin June 30, 2007
I thought this setlist was amazing. Here's To You was a surprise to me. 7th show so far and my 2nd at summerfest. The crowd was for the most part typical for Summerfest. Too many children smoking cigars thinking its the cool thing to do. I waited for 9 hours and was in the 3rd row. Things were going ok until a fistfight broke out right next to me. If either participant reads this... Thanks for making my night its not often you get to see a good fight expecially because the guy without the shirt deserved to get punched. If anyone else saw this rumble comment on it. Ran into Benj and Mikel Paris on my way back to the seats from using the bathroom chatted for a while and then they had to try and elude some more of the crowd. Overall a great night! -Grimmace19 June 30, 2007
I really enjoyed the set list. The only two parts i did not enjoy, i dont think there should be bleachers for a bigger venue, because if your not on them your screwed. Second, love and memories + hey girl back to back kind of was a turn off. It was nice hearing 'heres to you' and 'patiently' Amazing show, cant wait unti july 26 in chicago -goblue7231 June 30, 2007
was a good show but i was on the picknic tables and everyone was yelling at shit so it was kind of hard to hear the music, because the speakers werent the best. I saw O.A.R. at the rave earlier in the year and thought that show was better. -tumtum176415 June 30, 2007
I thought they started out this show very strong. Right out of the gate with City on Down, Lay Down, and 52-50. They kind of lost the crowd in the middle it seemed like when they played the Stranger and Here's to you, but none the less it was a pleasant surprise seeing them play those. Anyway and Hey Girl were definitely the highlights for me especially Hey Girl. The crowd as normal was filled with the preppy hollister kids that were way to young and underage to be that drunk, but as long as they don't bother me I'm fine with it. Great show overall and really enjoyed it for my 6th time seeing them! -dylanthinks June 30, 2007
very fitting that they would start the set off with COD. it was def. a good one and it seemed like throughout the entire show they were thinking of jordan. i was so happy they played "Patienly," it was the highlight of the show for me personally. i am not going to say that it was a bad set because all the song selections were good ones, but the crowd around me made it way too difficult to enjoy. honestly, if anyone else was up front with me, i thought the band was going to stop playing during the middle of poker. on multiple occasions, marc and richard were hit with flying of which hit marc in the forehead and you could tell he was a lil upset and someone through a shirt at richard and it ended up landing on the neck of his guitar during a solo. i am being a debby downer so i will stop...good setlist+bad crowd=O.K. show -tfcolucci June 30, 2007
Great start to the show, my 26th and I enjoyed it. Positive - Songs 1-10
Negative - Jerry fucked up his solo during Hey Girl and the crowd sucked

Overall good show though. -cityondown5 July 1, 2007
My 2nd show the music was great. Thats all I really care about at these shows -Meszy5250 July 2, 2007
Good set and amazing energy. It was my first time up close. I was third row over on the left. The crowd had a bunch of assholes in it but it was awesome. I also got to meet Benj and Paris and got to take a picture with Chris. My 3rd show and I loved it. -Jumper1015 July 3, 2007
my first show and it was AMAZING
I was really glad they played Untitled, 52-50, and exstatic that they played I feel Home -curr04 July 11, 2007
Amazing show...they really got intense!! Wished they would have played mr brown but still fuckin amazing
-mas5237 September 4, 2007
Organ into to City on Down set the stage for the night - that build/groove is awesome. I thought Patiently was going to be played for the dedication going in, and I wasn't disappointed - it sent shivers up my spine when I heard it.

Living in the End was the other one I was very glad to hear - I had been watching/listening to the MSG version and was hoping to hear it.

The only downfall were the fans - some of who try to ruin it for others. We didn't have the best seats/standing room, but being pushed by high schoolers trying to get to the front because "their friend is up there" gets annoying. Summerfest is great tho - awesome to see them pack up the Oasis like that! -UWTravis September 11, 2007