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Beach Boys Concert--July 6, 1991

Out In The Green Festival
VFB Waldstadion, Giessen, Germany
July 6, 1991

Contributor Alex Knoll writes: "Just few days before, a punk festival was held at the same venue, and aferwards some hundred punkers went beserk in the city and broke windows etc, so the security and police was more than usual....but it was very funny, because first of all at this afternoon of course a whole different group of fans was there, and it was so hot, all we could do was to rest until the sun went down and the boys came on....very unfortunate for the supporting acts :-)))) Supporting acts were (like in Dinkelsbuehl some days before) The Little River Band, Manfred Mann's Earthband and The Allman Brothers. And, as a local special, a female heavy metal band, believe it or not. "The Strange Girls", or something like that. While the supporting actis did well, most people didn't care about them. As the Allman Brothers performed, the guitar and drum solos (two drummers) went longer and longer, and the crowd kept looking at their watches more and more. What a night! ."

Beach Boys present:

Mike Love
Al Jardine
Carl Wilson
Bruce Johnston

Backup band included:

Ed Carter
Billy Hinsche
Mike Kowalski
Adrian Baker
Mike Meros

SETLIST

1. California Girls
2. You're So Good To Me
3. Darlin'
4. Then I Kissed Her
5. Do It Again
6. Surfer Girl
7. Don't Worry Baby
8. Be True To Your School
9. Cottonfields
10. Rock'n'Roll Music
11. Dancing In The Street
12. Dance, Dance, Dance
13. Do You Wanna Dance
14. Little Deuce Coupe
15. 409
16. Little Old Lady From Pasadena
17. Shut Down
18. GTO
19. I Get Around
20. In My Room
21. God Only Knows
22. Sloop John B.
23. Wouldn't It Be Nice
24. Good Vibrations
25. Kokomo
26. Help Me Rhonda
27. Barbara Ann
28. Fun, Fun, Fun

Encore:
29. Wipe Out
30. Surfin' Safari
31. Surf City
32. Surfin' USA

Contributed by: Alex Knoll


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