A major highlight for many of us at this year's Outside Lands fest in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park was a chance to see, live on stage, the Muppets' famed house band Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem. Floyd, Janice, Animal and the gang performed a cover of "Home" by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, as well as The Mowgli's "San Francisco," The Band's "Ophelia," and the Beatles' (via Joe Cocker) "With a Little Help From My Friends" in their brief set, which also included some fun video clips of the band touring around SF and talking about how they think, if they remember correctly, they all first met in the Haight.

Luckily, if you want to relive it or if you didn't get to the festival this year, you can watch the whole thing above.

In addition to getting to make a lot of stoner jokes on the new ABC reboot of The Muppets, Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem have been on a bit of a comeback tour recently, as Rolling Stone notes — though Sunday's five-song set was their only live music festival appearance thus far. Animal did a drum-off with Dave Grohl back in December, and that same month, just after Christmas, they debuted the cover of Paul Simon's "Kodachrome," which you can watch and listen to below.

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