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The_Nutty_Professor This show is old news at this point, but thoughts a few months later, not having listened to the show since attending - First and foremost, never thought I would have a chance to see the band in my/our home state. Just happened to be in state when the show was announced - such sweet timing...

Call me a geezer but one of the things that impressed me most was how chill everything was - traffic not really backed up at all (thought it would be straight back to B-town) - easy into the lot, and there were extras floating around the lot everywhere! I felt bad for those who didnt bother showing up after the Flynn sellout.

The show itself - just a few things stand out - Moma was hot. So tasty. Mike with a big sound. Probably would go back and relisten to just that. For some reason, got me going more than anything else all night. Loved hearing Slave and Theme, and Character Zero got real intense at the end - it;s possible I have never seen Trey so orgasmic on stage - just seeing that happiness and energy from them always gets a huge smile on my face even if the music isn't nailed.

Crowd WAS super mellow and I absolutely loved it. Made me proud of Vermont. No drama.

Wasn't the EPIC show I of course fantasized about, but it was a wonderful and unexpected treat to be there when showtime dropped.

Oh, and last note - a beautiful harvest moon hanging beautifully in amidst a patch of clouds for a good period of time - many heads turned stage right for a while, just checking it out while getting down... is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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