Friday 12/13/2019 by phishnet

AFTER MIDNIGHT EPISODE 4: THE ALL-NIGHTER



What's it like to pull an all-nighter with 80,000 of your closest friends? What happens when you try to drive a hot dog through that same crowd? Can you say "Cheesecake!" like you're pissed? Will the band play an encore?

In episode 4, we answer these questions and more. We also explore the lasting impressions of the legendary midnight-to-sunrise experience.

You can listen to episode 4 below, and listen and subscribe via Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

After Midnight is produced by Osiris Media. Executive Producers are RJ Bee and Tom Marshall. After Midnight was Produced, Edited and Mixed by Matt Dwyer. Written and narrated by Jesse Jarnow. Produced by Jefferson Waful. Music by Amar Sastry. Production assistance from Christina Collins. Art by Mark Dowd. Thanks to Phish, Red Light Management, and to all interviewees. And a special thanks to all the fans who sent stories, photos, and memories. Until next time...

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Comments

, comment by sacred_creed
sacred_creed Without a doubt, the best Aulde Lang Syne I have ever and will ever hear in my life!! Thank you for the best experience I will ever have in my life! I love you Phish!!
, comment by whatstheuse324
whatstheuse324 Man, that was so good. Thank you.
, comment by unoclay
unoclay Such an amazing podcast series. Thank you for doing the work to collect the interviews and the history of the best show ever.
, comment by swittersdc
swittersdc Thanks everyone for the comments. We're proud of it, and excited to release episode 5 tomorrow!
, comment by CaptainBeefart
CaptainBeefart The story you’ve told so far jibes with my recollection, such as it is. Big Cypress was the biggest experience, concert or otherwise, I’ve had so far in my life, and I appreciate the time you’re taking to memorialize it for those who were and were not there.
, comment by art_vandelay
art_vandelay Been greatly enjoying this podcast so far! Brings back so many fond memories. Many thanks for putting in the work...it's been a nice companion on some long car rides at work.

Was the traffic on Alligator Alley equally brutal in both directions? In hindsight, I'd always wondered if it would've been possible to save any time waiting in traffic, had I drove to the end of AA and just turned around...I figured there'd be fewer cars coming from the tip of Florida vs. the rest of the country :)
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