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first_imgOn a rainy Sunday night in July, The String Cheese Incident played the final night of their three-night run at Morrison, CO’s iconic Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater, and the seventh and final show of a well-received and quintessential SCI Colorado run. Prior to Red Rocks, the band played two-nights at Telluride’s The Ride Festival before moving to two-midweek shows at the newly renovated and re-opened Dillon Amphitheater in Dillion, Colorado. The String Cheese Incident delivered a noteworthy hometown show, and even a downpour towards the end of the first set couldn’t stop the Red Rocks crowd from boogying the night away.Towards the end of the first set, the rain started to come down as Michael Travis’ opening drum breakdown for “Cedar Laurels” rang out. Kyle Hollingsworth got things going, spinning through solos on the organ as Bill Nershi switched over to electric guitar and dove headfirst into blissful jam-territory. The rain kept pouring down as The String Cheese Incident brought set one to a close with “Eye Know Why”, led by Hollingsworth on vocals. Michael Kang and Nershi wailed away on the song’s main theme in perfect synchronicity, picking up the pace in hopes that Mother Nature would ease her rainy wrath—and she did.Luckily for fans, SCI has shared pro-shot video of “Eye Know Why” from Red Rocks which you can enjoy below:The String Cheese Incident – “Eye Know Why”[Video: The String Cheese Incident]For ticketing information and a full list of The String Cheese Incident’s upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website.Setlist: String Cheese Incident | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 7/22/2018Set One: The Hobo Song, Road Home, Doin’ My Time, Restless Wind, Manga, Cedar Laurels> Eye Know WhySet Two: Vertigo, Round The Wheel> 100 Year Flood, My One And Only*, Howard, Close Your Eyes> Valley Of The JigEncore: I’ll Fly Away^*= w. Bonnie Paine (Elephant Revival)^= w/ Jillian Nershi, Bonnie Paine, Rising Appalachia memberslast_img read more