So it is the smallest venue in this leg of tour, and the band on fire. Sounds promising. But of course, being not such an usual place for them, so they are not going to be too adventurous.
Some pre-gig set list speculation.
In Shanghai they varied five songs in their set list, which probably is the record during the recent tour (and I take that to include 50 AND COUNTING TOUR as well). Okay, Chineze authorities had a hand on that, but if we stick within the bounds of realism, today we will going to hear three or four variations, "Brown Sugar" and "Honky Tonk Women" making a come-back. The third new song will be from fan vote, and most likely it is "Let's Spend The Night Together". Like I was informed, the song had not yet been played at all, even though it was once a candidate in some fan vote during American tour. Personally I would like them to do "When The Whip Comes Down", since their reading of "Respectable" was surprisingly strong, but that doesn't sound very realistic. Off goes "Street Fighting Man", "All Down The Line" and "Dead Flowers" surely, replaced by those above-mentioned songs, and the vacancies of "Get Off of My Cloud" - the second song of the set - and "Ruby Tuesday" - the ballad of the set - are also those which might vary. The first one is seriously challanged by "You Got Me Rocking", which seemingly worked very well at least in Japan. "Ruby Tuesday" might be replaced by other classics, such as "Wild Horses", "Angie" or "Beast of Burden", but if they really go crazy, we might hear "Worried About You" or even "Streets of Love" or "Till The Next Goodbye".
So easy it is...