Rush have released an official video commemorating the first night on what could be their last go-round on the road. The clip, embedded above, features key scenes as the R40 Live Tour kicked off with a handful of obscurities – including a couple of songs that hadn't been performed in nearly 40 years.

The May 8 concert, held at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla., began with another video that poked fun at the band's look over the years -- complete with numerous inside jokes and references for the observant fan. See that clip, two others from the evening, and a complete set list below.

Rush then officially opened with "Clockwork Angels," the title track to their most recent album. Jambase notes that, in the 10-song first set, they played five songs in a row that hadn't been performed during their last few tours. Following an intermission, the second set began with a video that included Jason Segel, Paul Rudd and the cast of South Park.

From there, Rush teased the notion of a greatest hits set, opening with "Tom Sawyer," which was followed by "Red Barchetta" and "The Spirit of Radio." But then they broke out "Jacob's Ladder" for the first time since 1980. The encores saw them reach back even further for obscurities, with "Lakeside Park" and "What You're Doing" being performed for the first time since the mid-'70s.

The R40 Live Tour continues through Aug. 1 at the Forum in Los Angeles.

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Rush, BOK Center, Tulsa, Okla., May 9, 2015 Setlist

First Set

1. "Clockwork Angels"
2. "The Anarchist"
3. "Headlong Flight"
4. "Far Cry"
5. "Main Monkey Business" (last played in 2008)
6. "One Little Victory" (2008)
7. "Animate" (2004)
8. "Roll the Bones" (2004)
9. "Distant Early Warning" (2007)
10. "Subdivisions"

Second Set

11. "Tom Sawyer"
12. "Red Barchetta"
13. "The Spirit of Radio"
14. "Jacob's Ladder" (1980)
15. "Cygnus X-1 Book Two: Hemispheres - Prelude" (1994)
16. "Cygnus X-1 Book One: The Voyage: Part 1" (2002)
17. Drum Solo
18. "Cygnus X-1 Book One: The Voyage: Part 3"
19. "Closer to the Heart"
20. "Xanadu" (2004)
21. "2112 Overture" / "Temples of Syrinx" / "Presentation" / "Grand Finale"

Encore

22. "Lakeside Park" (1978)
23. "Anthem" (1992)
24. "What You're Doing" (1977)
25. "Working Man"

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