Eyewitness Kelly Kincy, who had been at the previous evening’s gig, noted that “The performance of "Red" was both tight and hilarious at the same time. By this time KC had apparently realized that the energy of the crowd coupled with their own excitement over this being the end of the tour was resulting in a rowdier show. At one point during "Red" Belew shouted "Everbody dance!" and started springing about like mad on the stage. RF actually cracked up at this and a number of people started dancing.
RF was in rare form Friday night. His playing was incredible, of course, and he managed to overcome some technical problems during “Dangerous Curves." In addition, a group of people in front of him was so loud in its appreciation for the show that at the end of the set, rather than disappear behind the drum riser as he had the previous evening, he actually walked to the foot of the stage and bowed to this group and applauded them. He seemed genuinely pleased with the audience's enthusiasm and a bit more loose as a result. (This was the tradeoff for losing the quiet appreciation of the previous night's audience; wild enthusiasm that couldn't help but make the band smile. It was nice seeing both extremes over two nights.) Nothing loose about his playing either night, though; he may try to disappear when the band is done playing but when he's onstage performing he continues to amaze.”