That one has come in and out... they played it for a stretch last summer, and then it's shown up pretty rarely this year.
Honestly, it's a weird thing, and it's interesting to have a broader discussion on - what we've always asked of the band is hey, play two hours each show, mix up the setlists. And frankly, that's what they're giving us now! They play just about two hours a night (barring curfews / time restrictions), and if you went to three shows in a week, you'd be sure to get different setlists (other than the encore, A Long December, and Scarecrow).
But I definitely have the sense that the band is in a bit of a rut - the structure of the setlists are predictable, and while they rotate songs, there's a lot that tend to make it in almost every show, while many others come out once a month. Adam's right when he said that they rotate something like 70-80 songs - but, Omaha, Start Again and God of Ocean Tides get A LOT more love than 1492, or Daylight Fading, or Four Days. Is that complain just us being insane completists who listen to a ton of shows and follow the setlists? I'm not sure. I definitely feel less excited to see the Crows this summer than in the past couple because it feels like the shows are going to be substantially similar to the ones I've seen the last three years.