#1
So I might be playing a solo acoustic show at a community center (All for free, just for a buncha friends and some of their friends lol).
I have a ton of songs (Stuff ranging from Jack Johnson and Five For Fighting, to Nirvana and Alice in Chains, and a couple originals) that I've learned/written that I can choose from (some I need to re-learn haha). I don't know what songs that I'll definately be playing or anything yet. But how do I put a fairly wide variety of covers (with a few originals tossed in) into a setlist without just having it seem like a wicked random collection of songs without any sort of structure?

#2
Start with some upbeat songs, maybe throw in some originals, next play the average medium paced songs and some more originals, end with a bang, if you are called for an encore play a well-known ballad.
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