Setlist from setlist.fm, but pretty much verified through Youtube videos (I've seen everything except the first two songs).
No solo acoustic set tonight, instead Beck plays acoustic and gets most of his band to stand around him to harmonize and accompany. It's a lovely, intimate thing to do within these big shows! They do "Heart Is A Drum" to start, which Beck admits they hadn't practiced that way. It's basically just a drum-less version of the song though.
Next, they do "Debra" which Beck has doing solo all year long, but this is the first time with accompaniment (and acoustic band accompaniment? maybe first time ever?).
"Earthquake Weather," which had made its debut a few nights before, gets another turn and this time The B-53s add some Brazilian flavor, tacking the famous "Mas Que Nada" melody to the song.
"Strange Apparition" quickly follows, also just its second airing in basically years. Sounds incredible too, though it's quite short.
Beck does all of a particularly-lengthy "Where It's At" while wearing one white Boston Red Sox glove, Michael Jackson-style. Dwayne Moore breaks out into The Cure's "In Between Days" for a bit during his introduction; the band quickly follow along. Later, Roger breaks into New Order's "Blue Monday" instead of his usual "Cars."
[people and bands
Bass: Dwayne Moore
Bongo: Cecilia Della Peruti
Drums: Chris Coleman
Guitar (Acoustic): Beck Hansen, Cecilia Della Peruti, Jake Sinclair, Jason Falkner
Guitar (Electric): Beck Hansen, Cecilia Della Peruti, Jason Falkner
Harmonica: Beck Hansen
keyboards: Alex Lilly, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Keytar: Alex Lilly
Mandolin: Jake Sinclair
Opening Act: Vundabar
Percussion: Alex Lilly, Cecilia Della Peruti, Jake Sinclair, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Synthesizer: Dwayne Moore, Jason Falkner, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Tambourine: Cecilia Della Peruti, Jake Sinclair
Vocals: Beck Hansen
Vocals (Background): Alex Lilly, Cecilia Della Peruti, Dwayne Moore, Jake Sinclair, Jason Falkner, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.