Such an amazing night. I was with 2 new friends, and after hanging out at the .net meet up (which was an incredible experience, smashing success for all involved), we walked over to MSG. Something happened outside the venue that really made tonight's show special. Feeling on top of the world, I pull out a joint. All of a sudden two female cops that were walking by snag me and walk me over to a few feet, talks everything out of my pockets and, next thing I know she's handing me back the bag of joints, says get in there safe. Holy hell why am I so blessed! Once we got to our seats and the show started it was not stop, complete bliss the whole time. This was my 10th show and last till summer so I just tried to enjoy the hell out of it. Whole first set wouldn't let up, Train song was special to hear. Tweezer > sand was oozing with funky sexy goodness. Hood went somewhere special, somewhat abruptly ended in favor of YEM, which was absolutely glorious. Trey and Mike facing us from behind the stage on their trampolines was special for me. It says Trey breifly joined Fish on drums, but that seemed like 2-3 minutes from behind the stage. Since the Magnaball peak, I believe Phish has progressed even further and will only get better. Pumped for those going to Mexico. Until next time!
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