, attached to 2016-01-02

Review by FrankieSez

FrankieSez I've been to hundreds of concerts, by many different artists, over the last 25 years. Without any hyperbole, I will say that last night was one of the top 3 concerts I've been to. I'm not saying just top 3 Phish concerts (Note: I am sure there are better shows that Phish has played, but I was not there to be a part of them). I'm saying of all the concerts by all the bands I've seen over the years, this is in the top 3 for me.

The energy level in that room was off the charts, from both the fans and the band. Trey, Page, Mike, and Fishman were so locked in, and I've never seen Trey so animated. There was amazing band interplay, some heavy rocking out, and some deep jams. The way we as a crowd responded to the band and the music, and then the way the band and the music responded to us as a crowd was glorious. I've only seen a band connect with the 18,000 people in Madison Square Garden like that 2 other times -- Pearl Jam in 2003 (the famous shaking the stage concert) and Foo Fighters in 2011.

And one more thing... Who would think that this level of music and connectivity would be/could be achieved by this band (or any) at 30-something years into their career? Who knew that life could just get that much better with age? Thank you Phish!



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