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Wow, what a night that was! Thanks to everyone who worked tirelessly to make this event possible and all the beautiful people who danced the night away. We can't wait to see you at the next show! Below you can find the songlist that GREENMONT played, as well as photos by the many photographers. Please tag the respective photographers when sharing. Enjoy!

Playlist

1. The Intro - GREENMONT
2. Flagpole Sitta - Harvey Danger
3. I Ran - Flock of Seagulls
4. Treehouse - Gold Fields
5. My Own Worst Enemy - Lit
6. The Night We Met - Lord Huron

7. Closing Time - Semisonic
8. Breathe Desperately - From Indian Lakes
9. Johnny B Goode - Chuck Berry
10. Ignition (Remix) - R. Kelly
11. Time After Time - Cyndi Lauper
12. Last Nite - The Strokes

13. I Can Feel It Cuming In My Hair Tonight - Phil Collins
14. 99 Red Baboons - Goldfinger
15. My Girl - The Temptations
16. Thriller - Michael Jackson
17. Fly - Sugar Ray
18. Suicide Saturday - Hippo Campus
19. Midnight City - M83

20. Lovin The Bad Boys - GREENMONT MASHUP (Sublime and Biggie Smalls)


Photos by Alaynia Winter

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Photos by Thirteen Thirty One Photography

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Day 2 and 3: Cheyenne, WY and Lincoln, NE

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Day 2 and 3: Cheyenne, WY and Lincoln, NE

Day Two and Three // Cheyenne, WY and Lincoln, NE // Day Two // Wednesday night we were in Cheyenne, Wyoming at the Paramount Cafe. It was another night with Mckail Seely and Dylan Dunlap who have just blown me away on this tour. A buddy from Vermont showed up and it was quite incredible to see his face in the crowd in the middle of the gig.

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Tour Day One: Denver, Colorado

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Tour Day One: Denver, Colorado

I arrived in Denver, Colorado yesterday with some time before the gig to catch up with old friends. That is my favorite part of touring, seeing people I haven't seen in years. I was quickly off to the venue though to meet up with my stage mates for the night McKail Seely and Dylan Dunlap.

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