Congress Center, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Set 2: PYITEPunch You In the Eye > Sparkle > GinBathtub Gin > Lifeboy, Cities > YEMYou Enjoy Myself, Great Gig in the SkyThe Great Gig in the Sky > HYHUHold Your Head Up, GinsengGinseng Sullivan, MSOMy Sweet One, Amazing Grace, GolgiGolgi Apparatus
 Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy tease.
 Without microphones.
 Acoustic; without microphones.
 Acoustic; without microphones. Sing-along with audience during second verse.
Notes: This show included the first Letter to Jimmy Page since July 18, 1991 (357 shows) and the first version played separate from Alumni Blues since May 11, 1987 (810 shows). Esther and YEM contained Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy teases from Trey. Trey quoted the theme from Shaft at the start of the second set. Cities was played for the first time since March 1, 1989 (674 shows). Sweet Adeline and Ginseng Sullivan through Amazing Grace were performed without microphones. Ginseng Sullivan and My Sweet One were performed acoustic. The latter evolved into a sing-along with the audience during the second verse.
This show was part of the "1994 Summer Tour."
Punch > Sparkle is a nice way to open set two. Of the three '94 Gin's I have heard, this one is by far the best. It's quite energetic and has a nice peak. I really like it. Hearing Cities in '94 is odd. Considering that this is the only one played between '89 and '97, it's not a song associated with the era and it seems a little out of place, though it is a perfectly acceptable performance. YEM is fine, GGITS is fun, and the rest of the show is just fine and not really worth noting.
Highlight: The Curtain > Letter to Jimmy Page > If I Could, Bathtub Gin
Overall, a fun but far from essential performance from Summer '94.