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In Between Now and Then: 21%
3
Souls Aflame: 21%
3
The Wanderer: 21%
3
Stories Of A Stranger: 14%
2
Cover Songs: 14%
2
All Sides: 7%
1

Show Rarity: 32.44%
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Masquerade Music Park 08.14.2004 - Atlanta, GA With: Howie Day / Ingram Hill
  1. Set 1:
    1. Dareh Meyod
    2. Wonderful Day
    3. Hey Girl (Date Intro)
    4. So Moved On
    5. Black Rock (Long Day Intro)
    6. Something Coming Over
    7. Anyway $
    8. Nasim Joon & ^ *
    9. About Mr. Brown
    10. Whose Chariot?
    11. I Feel Home &
    12. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker ->
    13. No Woman No Cry (So Lonely Outro)
  2. Encore:
    1. Sunday Bloody Sunday
& Marc and Richard.
$ with Les Hall on guitar.
^ with Laurie Jenkins on percussion.
* with Jeremy Curtis on bass.

Recordings No recordings available. Check back later.

Reviews Great weather for the show. Seemed like Marc was amazed to see how many people came out. Good to see that the bands name is solid in the South. A good mix of both older and younger people in the crowd.....and the crowd surfing was almost non-existant which was nice to see. Decent setlist...I think Something Coming Over deserves Jerry on sax rather than guitar. Being originally from MoCo myself it was good to hear Black Rock in the mix....and of course you cant go wrong with About Mr. Brown and Whose Chariot in there as well. However I didnt see anyone taping the show. Overall though good times had in the ATL. -usc4mo August 15, 2004
Ok show in a great venue. Didn't play for that long and the couple of new songs no one knew. The band played I Feel Home for a group of people in the crowd and dedicated it to their lost friend...that was really cool. About Mr. Brown, Whose Chariot, Dareh Meyod and So Moved On were great. Had a great time. -uchuskies87 August 15, 2004
OMG!!! my first expierence at a .O.A.R. concert and i couldnt have asked for a better time. i went with my best friend and some other girl. and met a bunch of ppl down there. I feel home, about mr. brown, Something coming over, crazy game of poker, no woman no cry, and SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY!! best song of the night. thx for the good time and ill definitly be goin the next time they come -musicisnopain16 August 15, 2004
how in God's name could Sunday bloody sunday be the best song of the night?!?!?!?!?!?! -memphisoar August 16, 2004
Good Show, but I felt like a dad in the crowd. Looking forward to next week as they come my home in the MAGIC city!! -neverbOARed August 16, 2004
Awesome show! much better than the Tabernacle in February. crowd was intense and full of energy.Great versions of Wonderful Day, About Mr. Brown, and Whose Chariot.Dont know about Nasim Joon? kind of broke the mood of the crowd for the moment, but an amazing show all in all, did anyone tape it??? -pol278 August 16, 2004
Great show, but not as good as the tabernacle. pretty good songs, hurry back to Atl -woar1363 August 16, 2004
The show was great... Weather was perfect, nice and cool, no rain or humidity. Crowd was into it, but few surfers. The shows seem to be getting shorter, they only played for an hour and 40 minutes I think, but it was still an amazing show. Had my first opportunity to take my girlfriend along, and that just made it better. Howie Day was pretty good too. Some of the new songs were hard to get into and slow.. so that wasnt great, but everythign else was.. especially I Feel Home, since they werent home. Sunday Bloody Sunday was much better than when I last heard it (November I think).. I guess the practice has helped. I just wish the show had gone on longer cause there were plenty more good songs they could have played. Oh well, over all a great time! -cooger72 August 17, 2004
Wasn't as good as the tabernacle back in Feburary but still an awesome show. Marc didn't seem to be in the best mood or something and there was too much crowdsurfing. but poker sunday bloody sunday were incredible as was anyway and chariot- great show hurry back to ATL. -tarheel488 August 24, 2004
The show was decent. There was great energy and every one seemed to feel good.
The set list was shaky, though. I was hoping for DF or King of the Thing. They didn't play all of Poker, either. I loved the Marley cover, but I still haven't heard the end of Poker live.
Nonetheless, the guys were great and the show was well worth it. -bokonon22 October 20, 2004
Excellent show. Just went to one at UGA and must say this one was way better. Black Rock, Hey Girl, and Whose Chariot were amazing. Awesome venue. -atls November 21, 2004
All in all a good set, but I left feeling that they were getting worn down from touring. The venue is much more 'chill' than an indoor venue, so that may have had something to do with it too. Not their best show, but a mediocre OAR show is still better than most other bands' -gtwrecked February 14, 2006