I did not bring my camera into the show. But took some photos inside the stadium the night before the show. Wallace Wade Stadium is a nice small university football stadium located on the Duke campus, holding a little less than 40,000. There was no soundcheck due to heavy rain in the afternoon. Trey Anastasio was one of the best I've seen open for the Stones. Very enjoyable! My seat was in section A4 row 26, so I was pretty close but still had a full view of the entire stage. The first surprise was to hear ONNYA early in the show. This meant a rotation with Rough Justice, which was later played on the b-stage. The mini Sticky Fingers set of Wild Horses, Dead Flowers and Bitch fitted perfectly for the North Carolina crowd. Not only Duke students were there for the show, the crowd had people of all ages from all over the region. Keith greeted the crowd with a "Hey, Dixie" before launching into his two songs, The Worst and Infamy. During the b-stage set, I moved to an aisle further back and was able to watch closely as the band ripped through Rough Justice, Satisfaction and HTW. There was a slight drizzle during the final part of the show, but that didn't bother the band or the crowd. There was a special event t-shirt for this show, with reference to the Blue Devils of the home football team. All in all, a great stadium show that ended too quickly!