I was unable to attend, but caught the weekend's webcast. Friday and Saturday each had their moments, but Sunday's show was on a completely different level. I agree that this was unequivocally the best show since at least Magna Ball. The crowd was great, and there's no question the band fed off that energy.
After a tepid start, from the end of Wingsuit to the closing notes of Zero, the first set was fantastic. The guys were dialed in. Party Time hit me in a way it never has before, and the Gin was hot fire.
Second set was A-plus phish. The opening Crosseyed and Painless was my personal highlight of the night; just a ripping jam. I can't articulate how on point the playing was during the set, but I was glued to my screen through the end of WOTC. What a terrific send-off to an uneven summer, and hopefully a sign of what's to come this fall. Thank you, Phish.
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