Zac Brown Band felt right at home at the legendary Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, the original site of Woodstock in 1969.

Brown and his band of 7 returned to their roots with the latest album Welcome Home, and they invited one more to their mix. Darrell Scott joined the band on stage after performing a solo set of his own virtuosic guitar playing. Members of Zac Brown's Band joined Scott during his set two at a time before Zac Brown himself completed the lineup on the front porch-styled stage set.

The perfect setting was a warm summer evening under the stars as fans began to fill the venue. A brief set change saw Zac Brown Band keep their fans in mind at the sold out amphitheater to the kick-start of "Keep Me in Mind," followed by "Toes" and "Family Table."

They kept hits rolling out during the set, playing songs including “Sweet Annie” and “Homegrown.” They played “Castaway” and “Chicken Fried” before beginning “Tomorrow Never Comes” while urging the audience to let the lyrics truly sink in.

The seemingly endless show picked up after a quick intermission and began with "Colder Weather," which was met with thunderous applause. A Zac Brown Band show is never complete without a few cover songs, which included "Use Somebody," "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," "Whipping Post," "It's a Great Day to Be Alive," "All the Best," and the closing song of the night "Paradise City," which demonstrated Brown's Axl Rose impression is a must-see.

Take a look at some of the highlights from Zac Brown Band's Welcome Home Tour gig in the gallery above.

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