"No Wonder" – featuring Neil Young's longtime friend Grant Boatwright playing "Old Black", the only use of electric guitar in the concert.
"Falling Off the Face of the Earth"
"Far From Home" – Young introduces the song by telling a story about his father giving him an Arthur Godfrey ukelele when he was about 7 years old and working on a chicken farm.
"It's a Dream"
"Here for You"
"This Old Guitar" – duet with Emmylou Harris; Young notes that he is playing a guitar (a Martin D-28) once owned by Hank Williams.
"When God Made Me" – features Young playing piano, backed by the Fisk University Jubilee Singers and Spooner Oldham on organ.
"I Am a Child"
"Heart of Gold"
"The Needle and the Damage Done"
"Old King" – features Young on six-string banjo, accompanied by Emmylou Harris on rhythm guitar and harmony vocals.
"Comes a Time" – dedicated to Nicolette Larson who sang on Young's Comes a Time album; features the backing singers and crew lined up across the front of the stage playing acoustic guitars.
"Four Strong Winds" – written by Ian Tyson.
"One of These Days"
"The Old Laughing Lady" – over the closing credits; Young on solo acoustic guitar, alone on stage in a chair, playing to an empty auditorium.