, attached to 2002-06-09

Review by Clodd

Clodd My first time seeing Trey play live, I was 14 years old, my mind and the friends I was withs minds were blown away that night. We were changed by that show. first time experiencing the lot/ shakedown Idea, so obviously we thought it was awesome. bought I think my first color changing glass piece in that lot. Overall amazing show I've heard/read people say Trey was bandstanding at times, but what I also hear and heard that night was the band was so sick and so tight it almost deserved it. I think that was a big part of what Trey was doing at the time. No one will ever top Phish for me (goes with out saying) however was truly an amazing moment for trey.

This was also an incredible venue (sound wise) after the first set Trey even commented about what a fun venue it was to play and that it sounded great. a giant white acoustic dome. which covered the stage and all of the audience from any whether. The sides of the dome have large arched openings where you could see the sun set on a waterfront on the edge of the venue. It was warm and sunny day absolutely beautiful.

one phinal note: I was psyched to see the Plasma from this show end up on "Plasma" the live tab album. I actually never realized it til tonite.
sorry for being a geek but I also noticed the track time on the live album is 4:20 couldn't agree more for sucha dank show!!


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