Okay, question here on what you would do in this situation. We have a show to play in May through the Vietnam Veteran's charity, all money goes to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. We were honored to be asked to do this. Here is the situation; the organizers listed us as the headliners and originally we were going to be the only full band performing, the rest are solo acts. But last week we were told that the organization took on an opening act for us. Both groups are cover band doing no originals. Turns out we know these guys and the problem is that their setlist is very similar to ours with a lot of the same songs. They are nice guys and very friendly, but their band is only a couple months old and right now they are hovering around 12 songs or so that they have completed. About 8 or 9 of those are songs that we feature prominently in our sets. We have about 50-ish, maybe 60 potential songs to pull from for this show. They play for about 45 minutes, we get about 2 1/2 hours. Obviously we don't want to play the same songs they do. Both of our bands are doing this for charity, there is no pay involved. What would you do? What's the proper etiquette here? The event organizers got two bands that essentially do the same thing. And we were not told that this would be the case when we took this on back in November or so. You ever have this happen to you?