Tuesday, 23 September 1997
Agora Theatre
Cleveland, OH, USA
supported by Limp Bizkit
Elvis Caesars Palace live intro
Midlife Crisis
Last Cup Of Sorrow
The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies
Easy (Commodores)
Introduce Yourself
Ugly In The Morning
Ashes To Ashes
King For A Day
Midnight Cowboy (John Barry)
outro R Kelly, "I Believe I Can Fly"
Naked In Front Of The Computer
Highway Star (Deep Purple)
Just A Man

I Started A Joke (Bee Gees)
As The Worm Turns

What A Day
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime cover
Album Of The Year cover
Angel Dust cover
Other cover
Introduce Yourself cover
Non-Album Track cover
The Real Thing cover
We Care A Lot cover
CV Database
Audience recording

Akron Beacon Journal, 18 Sep 1997, page F23 - gig listing
Video: Audience recording
Chuck Mosley indicated in a 2009 interview that Bill asked him to join the band on stage at this gig but he declined, "Billy came up to me at their last show here in town (September 23rd 1997 at the Agora. What a great set!) and he asked me to get up onstage, but I couldn't (for a few reasons). He really caught me by surprise. I was caught off guard and didn't want to mess up."

Chuck's perspective of this show is detailed in Doug Esper's Introducing Chuck Mosley on page 16

Before Evidence, Roddy: "How're you doing Cleveland, excuse us while we genre hop"
During Evidence intro, Patton: "Couple of years ago we put this song is as our application into the Rock'n'Roll Hall Of Fame. We'd appreciate your votes."

There is a fight in the crowd before King For A Day, the band tell them to easy down, "Save it for the ballads!"
Before Highway Star the band ask the crowd what they do on a typical night out.

Before Stripsearch, Roddy: "I feel filthy, Cleveland, I feel dirty. I wanna fornicate for three days"
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1989 Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine CA, USA
1989 Foundations Forum, Hollywood Live, Los Angeles CA, USA
1990 Lake Compounce Amusement Park, Bristol CT, USA
1992 Newport Music Hall, Columbus OH, USA