, attached to 2010-07-01

Review by Grrateful

Grrateful This was the start of something great for me. I met a friend that had come down from Chicago to see it with me. He was a veteran however. So we hear a belting Llama, which brought grins to both a faces. Continuing through the set he told me how lucky I was but it didn't really strike me until the second set Halley's. It felt like the 95-2000 Phish I was used to hearing. It had the fun and excitement of previous years. Light Up or Leave Me Alone was another nice treat in which we see Trey get back to his roots. But the overall highlight of the show had to be the boogie. I have still never danced so hard in my life. It was attributed to Mike's blaring bass bombs and pages usually "rage." I will forever remember this show as while it wasn't necessarily the best one I've been too, it certainly was memorable.


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