It’s the second show in Los Angeles tonight – and the final show of the tour in North America.
David and the band move on to the Gibson Amphitheatre and we want to hear from you if you’ll be there, too.
We’d love to know how you’re feeling ahead of the concert and, needless to say, what you thought about it upon later reflection.
We’d also like to know how you lucky ones enjoyed being part of ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’.
Many of you have been throwing guesses around since we announced that there’d be just two songs, but we can now confirm – stop reading right now if you don’t want to know! – that David will be joined by David Crosby and Graham Nash for a shortened version of ‘On An Island’. The band will also play ‘Wish You Were Here’ over the closing credits, so if you’re watching on TV, half of that will be lost.
Don’t forget to tune it tonight if you can. Please note that fans in Europe will have to wait until Tuesday to see it.
You know it by now, but please don’t read the fan comments below if you don’t wish to know the Gibson setlist.
And if you don’t want to know too much about the Jay Leno performance, you’d better give the blog a miss for today.
If you’re going to the concert tonight, and/or this afternoon’s NBC recording, we hope you enjoy it.