Trey sang verses through megaphone.
 "Woke up this morning alien on my face, woke up in the afternoon and I turned up the bass" lyrics. Bass solo from Mike.
Ghost featured a Bowie tease from Fish. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Before Fee, Trey waved the megaphone around. He also waved it around during Fee's coda and used it to create feedback during the first Makisupa. Makisupa included the lyrics "Woke up this morning alien on my face, woke up in the afternoon and I turned up the bass" and a subsequent bass solo from Mike. This show featured the debut of My Problem Right There.
this show was absolutely brilliant. the boys tore it up and opened fall tour with a fucking BANG. there was no meatstick but the show shocked all our brains. phenomenal. My Problem Right There was such a good positive song, so proud of the boys.
Good show all around. Pretty standard, but well played first set. The Stash is probably one of the better ones that I've heard in the 3.0 era. It actually builds up some nice tension, there was some good effort in there. Too many have been pretty boring and flat these days. The second set was a blast.
Was happy to get a Mike's Song set 2 opener...doesn't happen much these days. Unfortunately it doesn't go into a bigger jam that I was hoping for, but it does pack a punch. Simple was short, would have loved for that to go on longer. Oh well, the Ghost has a pretty nice funk jam. To me it sounds like there is a Mind Left Body tease in it, never have seen any mention o that anywhere. Fee outro segued nicely into Makisupa Policeman. I thought the new song My Problem Right There was kinda goofy and fun. Then segue out of the Makisupa Reprise into Slave is nice, and the Slave is a good 3.0 version.
Overall a fun show in a small arena. Would love to go back if they return.
that moma dance was amazing. mike gordan stole my face right off my head throughout the show, especially during weekapaug. very nice show, the best of the run in my opinion. i wish these guys would stop touring again so i could have a chance at saving some damn money, but these memories are priceless.
Very happy to make the trip out to CO.
Nice crowd, nice venue, everyone very happy.
Sat 20 feet center with my buddy, his first Phish show. Keeps asking me "does this glowstick thing ever end".
Energy was the vibe here - kick ass opener. Moma dance was nuts.
Set 2 fun fun fun reminded me of Jb2 - happy to hear Makisupa - slave raged - all in all powerpunches - great party opener.
Sad to leave CO - decided to go hiking 10.11 - should have gone - getting ready for NH, then NJ - woo hoo!
Absolutely, the best show I have seen in a long time. It had all of the parts that the band has been building on for the last twenty-five. Improv, the Darkness, pieces from all the costumes,"mind-manifesting", fun, stunts, teases, and most important an fan base that is truly like no other in the world right now. A Brand New Day.
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