Just before each show, the Outlaws have a backstage ritual that they call “tater up and serve the curve”. It’s kind of a cross between a fist bump, a sports team breaking a huddle and something else – I’m not quite sure what. At any rate, this is what the end of it looks like. Here they are serving the curve just before hitting the stage in Sylvania, Ohio on Sunday.
After threatening skies and seemingly imminent rain before the show in Sylvania, the skies cleared just as the Outlaws hit the stage. By the final licks of Green Grass and High Tides, the glare was brutal from the side of the stage where Chris Anderson was silhouetted by the setting sun.