Burlington Boat House, Burlington, VT
 First known public Phish performance.
 First known Phish performance.
 Fishman on trombone.
 Steven Drebber on vocals, unknown trumpet player (possibly Fishman).
 Steven Drebber on drums and Fish on trumpet and trombone.
 First known performance.
· La Grange tease
Average Song Gap: 26.07
Notes: This show was at the wedding reception of Beth and Steven Drebber (the latter of The Joneses fame). Blue Sky was dedicated to the newlyweds. During Suzy, some of the attendees got on the trampolines. On Your Way Down was preceded by La Grange teases. Blue Monk was played for the first time since February 21, 1987 (198 shows). I Didn't Know featured Fishman on trombone. Icculus included Steven Drebber on vocals and an unknown trumpet player (possibly Fishman). Antelope featured Steven on drums and Fishman on trumpet and trombone. This show included the first known performance of The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony, the first known public Phish performances of On Green Dolphin Street, Autumn Leaves, and My Favorite Things, and the first known Phish performances of In a Mellow Tone, Four, Lucky Seven, Blue Sky and Night and Day.
Songs by Debut Year:
This show was part of the "1989 Tour."