“We are thrilled to welcome Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band to Baltimore,” arena general manager Frank Remesch said in a statement.“Jimmy Buffett has an amazing fan base, and this concert is an incredible opportunity for Baltimore." It's the first 2018 date on Buffett's "I Don't Know" tour, which has dates to follow in Orlando, Miami, Denver, Minneapolis and Paris.He followed that with a New Orleans jazz-flavored arrangement of “Pencil Thin Mustache.”Island music and party themes dominated the set list, which included “Knees in My Heart,” “Son of a Son of a Sailor,” “Cheeseburger in Paradise” and “Volcano.” Buffett kicked off his flip-flops and performed barefoot, dressed in beach-ready pastels — even his guitar was seafoam green.An early highlight was “Weather With You,” a cover of the Crowded House tune, which featured rich harmonies from his band and backup singers.The concert marks a stop on Eagles’ just-announced 2018 tour, which kicks off March 14 in Chicago.
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