I missed the opener (not even sure who it was), but the guy next to me indicated that I should be glad that I missed them. I arrived right as A Perfect Circle took the stage, so my timing could not have been better. As expected, the band performed for the most part without any spotlights on themselves; Maynard, especially, was pretty much in the dark for the entire show. They did have cool light effects in their stage setup, though.
The band haven't had a new release in many years, so most of the songs were ones that I knew from back in the day. They did play a couple that I wasn't familiar with, though - not sure what release they came from. One that I kinda knew, but had forgotten, was "Counting Bodies Like Sheep To The Rhythm Of The War Drums", which is a variation of "Pet" - it was a cool surprise for me. They also played a cover of John Lennon's "Imagine", which I wasn't particularly fond of, but whatevs.
I'll also note a mild annoyance that had nothing to do with the band - a group of girls sitting directly in front of me decided to stand and dance for most of the show. When I'm in the seats I prefer being able to sit and enjoy the show (especially since I had tired legs from a soccer game just before). I was in no mood to stand on this day (partially due to being tired, and also not wanting to force those behind me to make the same decision), and so had to try to watch things "through" the girls. Perhaps thankfully, this is one band where you wouldn't see too much of their on-stage performance anyway. I was also annoyed by the number of times I had to stand up to let people pass by during the show; who goes out and gets multiple beers (or whatever they were doing) while the band is playing?!? Again, it's unfair to pin these annoyances on the band, but the circumstances certainly didn't help my enjoyment of the show.
Without any significant new music in a while, it's tough to give the band that high of marks anyway. I would also have preferred to be seeing Maynard's main band (Tool) in concert, and am eagerly awaiting release of their new album.