I deliberately didn't take setlist notes because I wanted to be able to just immerse myself in the 3 hour moment, which I and the thousands of others certainly did. But looking at the setlists from the beginning of this leg of the tour, I'd say it was exactly the same.
I'll have to trawl back over earlier postings to see if there was anything said/done differently in this show but one thing I don't recall having read about before was his commenting on his financial distress saying that he didn't recommend bankruptcy as a route to spiritual salvation. (Sorry if I'm misremembering the phrase he used.) But that and the localisation in Hallelujah, which was "I didn't come here to Queensland..." (rather than "Brisbane") are the only differences that occur to me.
I have to echo what so many other people have said over the past many months. Leonard was 100% committed and sincere in everything he did, it all appearing so smooth and immaculate that it gave the illusion of being effortless. The warmth and respect he showed every member of the band, and which they offer back to him and to each other, were exemplary, and contributed enormously to the momentous feeling of warmth, camraderie, poetry and humanity that we all took away with us. The musical vituosity of every performer was stunning, but always perfectly in tune with the moment and the song. I shall certainly be exploring some back catalogues!
I was impresed by Paul Kelly and his son Daniel, who seemed a very fitting opening act, and whom Leonard mentioned at the end, saying it had been "an honour to share the stage with the very fine Paul Kelly".
Final tiny point: I can't remember ever going to any other gig (by any artist) which not only started absolutely bang on time, but had the interval and other breaks timed to the minute if not to the second. Bravo! (When I saw Springsteen at the same venue 7 years ago I think waited an hour for the show to start.)
I think it'll take days for me to come down off my current post-concert high.
London 1979 (?), London 1983 (?), Brisbane 2009