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This was a late-night performance with ticket-time @ 1:30 a.m. on 1/1/05. Scott Metzger sat in on guitar for "Moby Dick" and "Heartbreaker."
"Lojo Lima," "Stonehendge" and "Xenoblast" featured Mark Guiliana on percussion.
"Clean Up Woman" included a "Cars Trucks Buses" tease. Page sat in on additional keyboards for "Cars Trucks Buses," which contained a brief "Magilla" tease.
Steve Fell sat in on guitar for "Mephisto." Scott Murawski sat in on guitar for "The Beltless Buckler." "Mike's Song" included a "Foam" tease from Marco.
Rana opened. Marco teased "Cars Trucks Buses" in "Clean Up Woman." "Foam" contained a "Weigh" tease from Mike. Scott Metzger sat in on guitar for "Heartbreaker." "Cars Trucks Buses" included a "Foam" tease from Marco.
This headlining performance was part of the Austin City Limits Music Festival. “Stash” was a TAB debut and was the first performance of the song with horns since Phish’s 7/27/91 gig with the Giant Country Horns.

SET 1: Urban Renewaltz , Resound! , Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

SET 2: Between Hills Briefly Green , Radiance , Guyute (Orchestral) [1], The Inlaw Josie Wales [2]

ENCORE: Flock of Words [2]

This performance featured the Vermont Youth Orchestra performing compositions exclusively by Vermont-based composers: Urban Renewaltz (David Gunn), Resound! (Thomas L. Read), Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (Ernie Stires), Between Hills Briefly Green (Troy Peters), Radiance (David Ludwig) and "Guyute" (Anastasio). Trey performed on acoustic with the VYO for "The Inlaw Josie Wales" and the un-billed "Flock of Words" encore, the latter featuring additional vocals by Hannah Gephart and piano accompaniment by Cathryn Gaylord. This performance was officially released on CD by the VYO as Between Hills Briefly Green.
This performance was part of the fourth annual moe.down festival that also included Leo Kottke, Leftover Salmon, The Disco Biscuits, Blues Traveler and, of course, moe.

SET 1: Kyle's Song > Kids , New York City , Shoot First , Spaz Medicine > Crab Eyes , Buster > Four Sticks > Take Five > Buster , Letter Home , Tailspin > Meat [1]

ENCORE: St. Augustine

This performance was part of the fourth annual moe.down festival that also included Mike & The DuoLeo Kottke, Leftover Salmon, The Disco Biscuits and Blues Traveler. Mike sat in on a second bass for (the moe. version of) "Meat."
This was the second show of the Coventry festival and was the presumed “Final Show.” When Trey made his “break-up” announcement the preceding May, he indicated that Coventry would be the final Phish shows. In reality, this turned out to be the final public show for over four and a half years. This show was simulcast in movie theaters nationwide. Before Anything But Me, Trey announced that, for the first time in 21 years, he was nervous performing a Phish show. During Wolfman’s, Trey revealed that the Wolfman’s Brother is, in fact, Fish (as well as the fact that he handed the phone to his friend Liz Durfee). Also, during Wolfman’s, Trey and Mike invited their mothers onstage (and later John Paluska) to do the “sexy bump” dance. Disease was unfinished and featured Trey briefly playing his guitar with a glow stick. Both Page and Trey broke down during an especially emotional Velvet Sea. After a thoroughly botched Glide, all four band members offered words of thanks to the fans for their continued support and dedication and brief reflections on their twenty years together. Trey then stated that what they really needed to do was “blow off some fucking steam” before starting up Melt. There was an enormous glow stick war during Ghost featuring hundreds, if not thousands, of orange glow sticks. This version of Seven Below saw all of the band members sporadically shouting “Seven Below” throughout the jam. The Phish debut of Cool Jerk contained alternate lyrics honoring monitor mixer, Mark “Bruno” Bradley. The Dickie Scotland Song was spontaneously created and included lyrics in honor of production manager, Hadden Hipsley, and tour accountant, Richard Glasgow (a.k.a. Dickie Scotland). Before Wilson, Trey asked the crowd to sing to another of their friends “for the last time.” There was a fireworks display between the end of the third set and the encore. Before the encore, while explaining the origins of The Curtain, Trey jokingly announced that the entire Chicago Symphony and the Twyla Tharp Dance Troupe were going to perform Gamehendge. Trey explained that they chose The Curtain With as the last song to bring them full circle, because, not only was it one of the first Phish songs he wrote, but he wrote it in a cabin one town over from Coventry. Trey stopped and restarted the jam segment of the Curtain With, because they were in the wrong key or, as he explained, ”Since we are going to be bringing ourselves back in time, we may as well do it in the correct key.” There was no P.A. music after the Curtain With.
This was the first show of the Coventry festival and was simulcast in movie theaters nationwide. During YEM, the band gave away their trampolines. Throughout the duration of the set, groups of fans held the trampolines above their heads, and some fans jumped on the trampolines as well. Tom Marshall sang the lyrics to Antelope. Trey teased Waves in Halley's Comet. Before Bowie, Trey told a story of the summer he spent living in a cabin in the Northeast Kingdom where he remembered writing several songs, including Bowie. Trey explained that Bowie was an attempt to see “how far can you push it in the harmonic and rhythmic language and still have people dancing.” During Hood, Trey (speaking in rhythm) noted that because there were a row of rocks separating the band from the crowd, they were feeling a certain level of disconnect (particularly when Mike plays a "sexy" note). To remedy the situation, Trey and Mike ventured down onto the rocks for the duration of the song. At the end of Hood, the band stopped playing, allowing the audience to sing the “You can feel good, good, good about Hood” refrain.
This was the soundcheck for the Coventry festival and was broadcast on “The Bunny”, the official festival radio station. The second Jam featured Danny Clinch on harmonica.
The beginning of Catapult featured Mike, Trey and Page singing “Wash Uffizi drive me to Firenze” to the Catapult melody. Sneakin' Sally did not contain a vocal jam. Prior to Scents, Trey teased My Friend My Friend. Scents did not have the intro. At the end of Scents, Trey, Page and Mike left the stage while Fish continued drumming along to the guitar loops. After Frankenstein, Trey announced that everybody traveling from Camden to Coventry should wait until Saturday morning to arrive due to the rain in the Northeast Kingdom. This show was simulcast on “The Bunny”, the official Coventry radio station.
Disease and Antelope were unfinished. During Suzy, Trey introduced Fish as “Johnny B. Fishman” on snare drum, whereupon Fish took a snare drum solo. This show featured the Phish debut of Tears of a Clown. Unfortunately, no one knew all of the words to Tears of a Clown, so they picked a member of the audience to come onstage and sing (prompting Trey to note, “She saved our ass.”). Tweezer contained a HYHU jam at the end (with Trey still on guitar and Fish on drums). During HYHU, Fish introduced himself as “Prince” and added some vacuum accompaniment. Before Terrapin, Trey joked, “Won’t be needing this anymore!” and acted as if he was going to throw his guitar into the crowd, to a reception of lusty boos from the crowd. After Terrapin, Trey took an impromptu poll of the audience as to whether a Fishman tune makes the show or destroys the show, with Page notably coming in on the side of destroys the show, though softening the blow by explaining, "Well, it's a crapshoot. Sometimes it's great, but sometimes... you wonder." Mike, more charitably, stated, “On a scale of two to three, I give it a three.” Before the Drums Jam with Trey and Fish, Trey noted that it had always been a dream of his to start a song with a double drum solo; this was the first known instance.
Heavy things contained Stash teases from Trey. This version of Weekapaug featured a slowed down ending. After Weekapaug, Trey told a story explaining the origins of Weekapaug and ASIHTOS while Mike and Page teased (and Trey sang part of) December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night). The “keyword” for Makisupa referred to a tall, cool glass of soy milk. Possum did not contain its customary build-up intro.
All of These Dreams was preceded by a Fluffhead tease. After several glowsticks hit Trey’s rig at the end of Seven Below, Trey’s guitar tech, Brian Brown, had to come onstage to do some damage control, prompting Trey to say some words of thanks. Seven Below contained a Mary Had a Little Lamb tease from Trey. Contact culminated in a Little Drummer Boy jam.
The Samples played a private party in Burlington for UVM alumnus and 2003-4 NHL MVP Martin St. Louis, who was in town having his "day with the Stanley Cup." Page, Trey and Fish joined The Samples for several songs including "Loving Cup."
This performance was part of the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival. Mike sat in on bass for a rendition of Bob Dylan's "Man Gave Names to All the Animals."
This performance was part of the sixth annual All Good Festival that also featured Dark Star OrchestraDel McCoury BandThe Greyboy Allstars and Soulive.
This gig was part of the 10,000 Lakes Festival that also featured Particle, Buckwheat Zydeco, The Roots and Soulive.
This gig was part of the 10,000 Lakes Festival that also featured The String Cheese Incident, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Medeski Martin & Wood and Los Lobos. The "Spiders" > "Blues in the Closet" > "Spiders" segment featured Rob Wasserman on bass.
This show was a co-bill with Soulive.
This show marked the debut of Access Me. Scents did not contain the intro. During an especially long break before Stash, Trey joked that if they take longer between songs, but play the same amount of songs, the show would last longer.
Page signed an autograph while out on the front of the stage during Lawn Boy. Weekapaug included a Seven Below tease. The portion of YEM following 2001 contained only the vocal jam.
Down with Disease was unfinished and Walls of the Cave contained a Down with Disease jam.
Ya Mar contained a Stash tease. Scents did not have the intro and contained a N2O tease.
Phish performed on top of the theater's second-floor marquee at West 53rd Street and Broadway. The soundcheck earlier that day included an instrumental jam similar to Quantegy. The first Scents was taped for The Late Show with David Letterman and aired that night. Then Phish waited as Paul Shaffer and his band (from inside the theater) played an instrumental version of The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down. The remainder of Phish's performance was for the benefit of a few hundred fans assembled on the sidewalk across the street. Neither version of Scents contained the intro. This version of 2001 contained only one “verse.”
During Julius, Trey broke a string on stage for the first known time since November 29, 1996. This Father’s Day version of Bill Bailey – the first since July 3, 1999 (165 shows) – featured Page’s dad, Dr. Jack McConnell, on vocals and tap shoes. Waves contained Maze teases from Trey.
Reba did not have the whistling ending. Scents did not have the intro. Piper featured a substantial Tweezer Reprise jam. Jibboo was unfinished. Trey forgot an entire verse of Cavern. Cavern contained a Purple Haze tease.
Scents and Subtle Sounds was teased prior to AC/DC Bag. This show contained the Phish debuts of 99 Problems and Big Pimpin’, both of which featured guest performances by Jay-Z and Cyro Baptista. After 99 Problems, Jay-Z remarked, presumably referring to the Phish scene, that “You all been hiding this from me.”  Jay-Z then said that the members of Phish told him that if the fans made enough noise that he could play one more song, which they naturally did, hence Big Pimpin’. Prior to Hood, Trey jokingly announced an Eric Clapton guest appearance. Mike teased Entrance of the Gladiators before Hood, which was unfinished.

Soundcheck: Frankenstein, A Song I Heard The Ocean Sing, Access Me, Undermind, Crowd Control, Nothing Jam

SET 1: A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing[1], Dinner and a Movie, The Curtain With, Sample in a Jar, The Moma Dance -> Free, Nothing[2], Maze, Frankenstein

SET 2: 46 Days -> Possum > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg > Axilla > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Birds of a Feather, Kung, Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove

ENCORE: Divided Sky

This show was simulcast in movie theaters nationwide and subsequently officially released in both CD and DVD formats as Live In Brooklyn. This show marked the debut of A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing and the Phish debut of Nothing. Kung was dedicated to the golfers competing in the U.S. Open at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, NY. 46 Days included a DEG tease from Trey. San-Ho-Zay was teased in 2001. Mike’s Song featured a Twist tease. During Weekapaug, Trey teased Mainstreet. Before the soundcheck's A Song I Heard The Ocean Sing, Fluffhead, Frankenstein, Walls of the Cave, Seven Below, and Letter to Jimmy Page were teased. At the end of the soundcheck, Trey teased Fluffhead, as memorialized on the Live in Brooklyn DVD.
These sets were part of the third annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. The first set featured Trey conducting the Nashville Chamber Orchestra except where noted; second set was electric TAB. "Prolgue" and "Coming To" were debuts. "Sing a Song" (Earth Wind & Fire) and "Devil Went Down to Georgia" (Charlie Daniels) were TAB debuts. “Flock of Words” featured Trey on acoustic guitar and vocals, Ray on piano and Jen on backing vocals. “The Inlaw Josie Wales” featured Trey on acoustic guitar. “Cincinnati” (intro) and “Discern” (intro) were performed by the TAB horn section only. “Secret Smile" featured Trey on electric guitar and vocals and Ray on piano. “First Tube” featured festival-closing fireworks.
This performance was part of the third annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival that also included Bob Dylan, The DeadTrey Anastasio, Dave Matthews & Friends, and Vida Blue. This gig took place in The Other Tent.
This late-night set at That Tent was part of the third annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.
This set took place on the What Stage as part of the annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival that also included Wilco, Bob Dylan, Los Lobos, The Dead, and Trey Anastasio Band. Dave performed "Some Devil" solo acoustic; Dave and Tim performed "Dancing Nancies" and "Thing" acoustic (no Trey). Dave and Trey performed "Waste" through "Bathtub Gin" acoustic.
This performance was a benefit for the voter registration group HeadCount that also featured Mike & The Duo, Michael Kang, moe. and The HeadCount All-Stars (Al SchnierVinnie Amico, Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner).
Shanti Groove opened.
This performance was a benefit for the voter registration group HeadCount that also featured Michael Kang, moe. and The HeadCount All-Stars (Al Schnier, Vinnie Amico, Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner). Michael Kang sat in on mandolin for the set-closing jam.
Jazz Mandolin Project (w/ Fishman) opened. Before the start of the show, band namesake Vida Blue appeared on stage and threw some baseballs into the audience. Portions of this show were released on the Live at the Fillmore DVD.
Jazz Mandolin Project (w/ Fishman) opened. No recordings of this show circulate.
Jazz Mandolin Project (w/ Fishman) opened. "Electra Glide" was performed without The Spam Allstars. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the show do not circulate.
This performance was part of the Summer Camp Music Festival that also included MMW, ParticleLeftover Salmon and moe. "Nozani Na" featured Vinnie Amico on percussion. "What Is and What Should Never Be" featured Al Schiner on guitar. This setlist is incomplete.

SET 1: Happy Hour Hero > Akimbo , Understand , St. Augustine , Time Ed > Brent Black

SET 2: Timmy Tucker > Head , McBain > Y.O.Y. > Yodelittle [1] > Plane Crash Reprise

ENCORE: Rebubula

This show was part of moe.'s Summercamp festival. Jazz Mandolin Project had performed earlier in the day. Fish sat in on drums for "Yodelittle," which contained a "Bathtub Gin" tease. "Timmy Tucker" and "Head" featured Jamie Masefield on mandolin.
This performance was part of the Pittsburgh Folk Festival.
Al and the Transamericans opened. "What Is and What Should Never Be" featured Al Schiner on guitar. "Ballad for Trio" featured Gordon Stone on pedal steel guitar. "Dark Eyes" featured Mark Guiliana on box drum.
Al and the Transamericans opened. Gordon Stone sat in on pedal steel guitar for "Ballad for Trio." Al Schiner sat in on guitar for the "Oh Yeah!" segment.
This private performance was a surprise 50th birthday party for snowboard innovator Jake Burton Carpenter. A giant cake was cut during “Happy Birthday.” During “O-o-h Child,” Trey's youngest daughter came on stage and put a Hawaiian lei around his neck. There was a fireworks show between sets. “Night Speaks” included a “One Nation Under a Groove” (Funkadelic) jam. 
Mike sat in on bass for “Couch Lady” and “Theme From the Bottom.”

SET 1: Bul Ma Miin [1]

Trey and Dave Matthews joined Orchestra Baobab who were the musical guests on Late Show with David Letterman.
This gig was a benefit for the Pangaea Project, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. Two sets of largely improvised music were performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including an improvisational exercise led by Kai Ekhardt and full Everyone Orchestra jams conducted by Tye North. Fish described and led a “Find your own Hey” jam (Phish’s traditional jamming exercise). The encore was a Maya Dornled sing along of “And We Bid You Goodnight.”  The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Maya Dorn (vocals, guitar); Libby Kirkpatrick (vocals, guitar); Jans Ingber (hand drums, vocals); Matt Butler (drums, vocals); Julia Butterfly Hill (poetry); Tye North (conducter, bass, guitar); John Whooley (saxophone); Damian Erskine (bass); Asher Fulero (keyboards, DJ); and Scott Law (guitar). Special guests for this performance were Dennis Kucinich (words, tambourine) and Damien Aiken (saxophone).
This gig was a benefit for the Pangaea Project, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. Two sets of largely improvised music were performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including an improvisational exercise led by Kai Ekhardt and full Everyone Orchestra jams conducted by Tye North. The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Maya Dorn (vocals, guitar); Libby Kirkpatrick (vocals, guitar); Jans Ingber (hand drums, vocals); Matt Butler (drums, vocals); Julia Butterfly Hill (poetry); Tye North (conducter, bass, guitar); John Whooley (saxophone); Damian Erskine (bass); Asher Fulero (keyboards, DJ); and Scott Law (guitar). Special guests for this performance were Stephen Kent (didgeridoo) and Merry Prankster Ken Babbs (poetry, trombone).
Vorcza Trio opened. Trey sat in on guitar for the majority of the show. This gig marked the final performance at the Winooski location of Higher Ground.
  Trey sat in on guitar for several songs during this set opening for Orchestra Baobab. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

SET 1: Atlantis , Storm , Flare , Back on the Train , Cadillac , It Makes No Difference , Lambertville , Meat , Reason , Plantlife

SET 2: 13 Days , Distortion , Blood on the Cactus , Sometimes , I've Got a Feeling , Appreciate , Health , Augustine , Has it Really Come to This? , Isolate , My Old School , Gumbo [1], Theme From the Bottom [2]

ENCORE: Down By the River [3], Isolate Reprise [4]

Mike sat in on bass (replacing Amfibian bassist Bob Kay) for “Gumbo” and “Theme,” and on guitar for the encores. Seth Yacovone sat in on guitar for “Blood on the Cactus” and the encores. Jamie Masefield performed on mandolin for “Augustine” and “Has it Really Come to This?”  “It Makes No Difference,” “Distortion,” “Isolate” through “Gumbo” and “Isolate Reprise” featured Mark Varga on alto and baritone saxophones and Aaron Chapman on tenor saxophone.
Fenton Williams sat in for Chris Kuroda on lights. The band played Meatstick seemingly at the instigation of a crowd chant of the lyrics that began behind the stage. Caspian included a DEG tease from Trey. YEM included a lengthy Meatstick session immediately following the trampolines segment. As Fish took a drum solo, Trey set his guitar down to perform the Meatstick Dance while the crowd chanted the lyrics. The band jammed back into YEM, but then left Page to solo while again Trey danced and the crowd sang. This cycle repeated with Mike soloing on bass. YEM lacked its standard vocal jam. Trey rapped: “time for the Meatstick” over the intro to Tweezer Reprise, which also had its normal lyrics replaced with “won’t you step into the Meatstick?” Wolfman’s contained teases of Simple, Jean Pierre, Sneakin’ Sally, and Possum.
Fenton Williams sat in for Chris Kuroda on lights. Rock and Roll included Low Rider teases. Camel Walk contained Wilson and Theme from Barney Miller teases. Little Drummer Boy appeared for the first time since December 2, 1999 (114 shows). Love You had Fish “playing” his new sonic dress, a garment woven from cassette tape that produced noise when touched with special gloves akin to tape heads.
Dave Matthews Band lighting director Fenton Williams manned the board at all three dates on this Vegas run. This show marked Chris Kuroda’s first absence from the light crew since April 2, 1989 (1,179 shows). Disease was unfinished. Jennifer Hartswick assisted on vocals during Girls, a Jay-Z cover that made its Phish debut. Secret Smile featured a new arrangement.  This was the first Sneakin' Sally to contain a vocal jam since May 28, 1989 (1,150 shows). The vocal jam led into a brief quote of Coconut.  Trey then asked Fish if he was wearing his “new suit,” referring to his sonic dress. After Fish answered “no,” Trey went on to rap about how people would have to attend the following night to see Fish play it. The rap slid into a bit of free-form vocal jamming to close the show.
During an unannounced performance by Trey Anastasio’s ensemble, one by one all of the members of Phish joined in while one by one all of the members of Trey’s band sat out, leaving Phish to complete Sand and then perform Chalk Dust. For complete show details please visit the TAB entry for this date.
This show was billed as “The Vermont Easter Jam” and featured scheduled performances from The Unknown Blues Band, a duet with Jamie Masefield and Paul Asbell interpreting the music of Django Reinhardt, and the Grippo Funk Band. After these performances there was an unannounced set by TAB. Page sat in from “Small Axe” through “Chalk Dust.” Fish sat in from “Last Tube” through “Chalk Dust.” Mike joined in for “Sand” and “Chalk Dust.” During “Sand” members of Trey’s group gradually left the stage, leaving Phish alone to complete “Sand” and perform “Chalk Dust.” The cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground” featured all the members of both Phish and Trey’s ensemble, Jamie Masefield, Seth Yacovone and others. This gig was a benefit for the Winooski Parks & Recreation Department, Burlington Women’s Rape Crisis Center, and the Child Life Department of Vermont Children’s Hospital.

SET 1: Shugy , Waiting for the Polls to Close , The Eleven Headed , The Ibim > Face to Face , Carpel Tunnel > Riding On the Edge of the Sun , My Apartment

SET 2: Sing Sing , Eternity’s Breath , Don't Worry , Beantown , 4 and 1 [1] > People Say [2] > Making Flippy Floppy [3]

ENCORE: Boogie On Reggae Woman [3]

Trey sat in on guitar from “4 & 1” through the encore. Fish sat in on drums for “Making Flippy Floppy” and the encore. Jen Hartswick sat in on trumpet for “People Say” through the encore.

SET 1: No One To Run With , Ain't Wastin’ Time No More , Statesboro Blues , Rockin’ Horse , Every Hungry Woman , I've Been Loving You Too Long , The Same Thing , The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down , Revival

SET 2: Dreams , Firing Line , Who's Been Talking , 44 Blues , Hot 'Lanta , Feel So Bad , Into the Mystic , Southbound [1]

ENCORE: Mountain Jam

Mike sat in on a second bass for “Southbound.”
Mike and Warren Haynes sat in with the Codetalkers during this free late night performance. No setist is known and recordings do not circulate.
Phish performed the national anthem prior to the America East Conference Men’s Basketball Championship Game between the University of Vermont and the University of Maine.
Mike sat in with Dirty Dozen Brass Band on bass for covers of “The Chicken” and “It’s All Over Now.”
The Duo was joined in the second set by Wayne Krantz on guitar. Mike sat in on organ for Grant Green’s “The Selma March.”
Mike sat in on bass for the encore, Allen Toussaint’s “Get Out of My Life Woman.” Cyro Baptista & Beat the Donkey opened.
Trey and Dave Matthews were guests of Orchestra Baobab in a performance that was taped for VH1's Inside Out. This setlist is incomplete.
Trey and Dave Matthews performed several acoustic songs in an informal outdoor setting while taping an episode of VH1’s Inside Out.
Emmylou Harris & Spyboy opened. The first set was performed acoustic by Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds (no Trey). Trey and Dave Matthews performed “Three Little Birds,” “Everyday” and “Bathtub Gin” acoustic. 
This gig was originally scheduled for October 10, 2003.
Emmylou Harris & Spyboy opened. The first set was performed acoustic by Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds (no Trey). Trey and Dave Matthews performed “Waste” and “Everyday” acoustic.
This gig was originally scheduled for October 9, 2003.
Emmylou Harris & Spyboy opened. The first set was performed acoustic by Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds (no Trey). Trey and Dave Matthews performed “Three Little Birds” and “Bathtub Gin” acoustic. 
This gig was originally scheduled for October 11, 2003.
Dave Matthews and Friends were the musical guests on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
"Ochimini" contained "Think (About It)" (Lyn Collins) and "Mothership Connection" (Parliament) quotes. Page performed “Strange Design” solo on an upright, acoustic piano. "Magilla" contained a "Flintstones theme" tease. This show was made available as a LivePhish download.
There were two separate-admission performances on this evening; this was the early show. This gig was originally scheduled for October 8, 2003.
There were two separate-admission performances on this evening; this was the late show. This gig was originally scheduled for October 8, 2003.
Emmylou Harris & Spyboy opened. The first set was performed acoustic by Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds (no Trey). Trey and Dave Matthews performed “Waste” and “Everyday” acoustic. 
This gig was originally scheduled for October 7, 2003.
Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Strange Design” and “Army of One” solo, on an acoustic, upright piano. “Lawn Boy” featured Page on acoustic, upright piano, Fish on drums and Jamie Masefield on mandolin. “No Quarter” featured all members of Jazz Mandolin Project; Steve Welch sat in on saxophone for “Cars Trucks Buses” and “No Quarter.” This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Tiny Dancer,” “Wading in the Velvet Sea” and “Army of One” solo on an acoustic, upright piano. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Army of One” and “Lawn Boy” solo on an acoustic, upright piano. Jamie Masefield sat in on mandolin for “No Quarter.” This show was made available as a LivePhish download.
Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Wading in the Velvet Sea” and “Electra Glide” solo on an acoustic, upright piano. Fish sat in on drums for “Magilla.” This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This was an opening set for Vida Blue. This show was originally scheduled for the smaller Tabernacle and was later moved to the Roxy.
Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. This show was originally scheduled for the smaller Tabernacle, and was later moved to the Roxy. Page performed “Army of One” and “Tiny Dancer” solo on an acoustic, upright piano. This show was made available as a LivePhish download.
Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Strange Design” and “Amoreena” solo on an acoustic, upright piano. “Cars Trucks Buses” featured Fish sitting in on drums. This show was made available as a LivePhish download.
Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Army of One” solo on an acoustic, upright piano. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
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September 29, 2000
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Thomas & Mack Center

Set 1: Carini, Rift, Frankenstein, Mellow Mood, Wilson[1] > Spock's Brain > Bathtub Gin > Character Zero

Set 2: Dinner and a Movie, The Moma Dance > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Fluffhead > Meatstick > Walk This Way[2], Rapper's Delight[2], You Shook Me All Night Long[3]

Encore: We're an American Band[4]

[1] Heavy metal jam.
[2] Phish debut; Kid Rock on guest vocals.
[3] First Phish performance in its entirety; Kid Rock on guest vocals.
[4] Kid Rock on guest vocals.

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