The Tragically Hip kicked off the last stop of their Man Machine Poem tour with a string of fan favorites from the band’s classic album Fully Completely. Lead singer Gord Downie, dawning a metallic silver suit and hat with what has become a tour staple “Jaws” T-shirt underneath. He hugged and kissed his band mates before they stepped on stage in the group’s hometown of Kingston at the K-Rock Center. The band immediately gave fans what they wanted to hear, starting their set with four-straight hits 50 Mission Cap, followed by Courage, Wheat Kings and At the Hundredth Meridian. And the music rolled on with songs from their latest album Man Machine Poem, In a World Possessed by the Human Mind and What Blue. Other hits played include Bobcaygeon and Scared. The Hip closed the show with Ahead by a Century. The Kingston concert sold out almost immediately, along with the other 14 shows on the tour, 2 of which were here in Calgary August 1st and the 3rd. Downie confirmed earlier this year he has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.