04.26.03 Indio, CA

Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival Empire Polo Field with Beastie Boys, Queens of the Stone Age, Blur, The Hives, N*E*R*D, The Donnas, Mooney Suzuki

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Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals Setlist 1969-12-31 - Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival - Indio, CA

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mfc172's picture

i can confirm this setlist, however two hands was played before so high, so low....

you have those two mixed up....

monet2u's picture

I have been a fan since 1994 and have had the pleasure of seeing this wonderful band many, many times. Having Ben at the Coachella show was the icing on my cake. I thought this show was amazing. He come out and played the best show ever. The newer arrangements were wonderful and I felt the most positive energy from coming from the stage. I was left with hope and entense joy by the end of his set. It was extremly positive and uplifting. I can only hope the many others there to witness it felt it too (I'm sure they did). Thank you Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals for reminding me/us that we all in this together!!!

joedrow42493's picture

this was my sixth time seeing bhic, and even though it was a short set i thought it was one of the better times ive seen him. the element that the new band members bring is great and so is ben when he gets up and jams out. a great improvement from the first coachella when all the rage against the machine fans wouldnt shut up
ps wasnt with my own two hands in the set as well?

anonymous's picture

Great set from Ben. I had seen him the night before in San Diego, and had complained about Ground on Down. I said if he's gonna keep playing it, he needs to play it with the same enthusiasm that he used to, or scrap it from the set list. He made me put my foot in my mouth, when 1 night later he played the best version I've ever heard!! Amazing set from the man the LA times called the best performance of Saturday(After they ranked him 45th out of 50 of "Bands to see at Coachella"). Nice to see Ben made more than one of us put our foot in our mouth.