The following Phish shows were either cancelled or postponed:
10/26/85 (Phish unable to play, see show notes)
8/25/88 (cancelled, due to inclement weather)
4/1/90 (listed in the Phish Update with note "call hotline", but apparently never transpired)
11/5/91 (cancelled, due to possible issue with venue's roof)
7/19/93 (cancelled, allegedly due to low ticket sales)
7/2/96 (rained out, though Phish later played with Santana on that date)
7/9/13 (rescheduled to 7/22/13 due to safety concerned related to power outages caused by flooding)
Several other shows have been lacking full personnel but continued anyway. Trey was responsible for the “Guitar Player Taking a Leak” jam at Laguna Seca Daze in on 5/29/94, although the band covered with a funny little ditty in classic Phish humor followed by a smoking two-song second encore. Also, Fishman (as told in the "bear story" 3/17/91) missed two of three sets on 7/30/88, gone missing on a bear-scared acid trip, leaving the others to tool around on jazz standards with Trey on drums.
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