Not many of the Chicagoans who made the trek up appreciated the shout out to Aaron Rodgers, who was in attendance. But I think everybody enjoyed the Happy Birthday to Tom Petty and ensuing cover of "I Won't Back Down". We can also get a kick out of Eddie's tale about trying "the beer that made Milwaukee famous" as an 8 year old prior to "All Those Yesterdays".
Special guest Rick Nielsen (last seen cavorting with Foo Fighters in Chicago) got the show going with an early set "Baba O'Riley", while big cuts and rarities ("Push Me Pull Me") rounded out the rest of the show. In fact, Vedder declared it the "best of the tour".
Here's a stream / download of the entire show, followed by some choice video, and complete setlist, from our friend Wyatt (YouTuber zepcowboy).
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-(recorded intro music: Red Dot)-
Mind Your Manners
Baba O'Riley (with Rick Nielsen) [The Who]
Brain of J.
Given to Fly
Do the Evolution
Push Me, Pull Me
All Those Yesterdays
Sleeping By Myself
>Happy Birthday to Tom Petty
I Won't Back Down [Tom Petty]
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town
Crazy Mary [Victoria Williams]
Fuckin' Up [Neil Young]
>The Star-Spangled Banner Mike McCready guitar solo
-(recorded outro music: Hummus)-