This show took place in a historic Art Deco ballroom opened in 1929 with a horsehair-lined, sprung floor and a capacity of 1,100. Baby Gramps opened. Bouncing Around The Room was played in honor of the sprung floor. It’s Ice featured a piano solo that led into the 1st, full-blown I Feel The Earth Move jam before returning to the usual It’s Ice ending. Before The Horse, Trey asked “how’s that springy dancefloor, is it working?”. The Horse was played on acoustic guitar. Mike sang some alternate lyrics during Ya Mar. In a bit of a yin yang exercise, Mike’s song segued into Ginseng Sullivan, which was played by Trey on acoustic guitar, Mike on upright bass, Page on piano and Fish on Madonna washboard. Suzy Greenberg contained teases of Tweezer. During Cracklin’ Rosie, Fish introduced the band including Trey as “Chuck Norris on the drums”. Trey introduced Fish as a “butt with protruding arms and legs.” Run Like An Antelope was dedicated to three new members of the crew from Vancouver. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphone. A longer, alternative soundcheck setlist listed by fan sources may be correct but, because it is not included on tapes in the archives, was not adopted.