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This entire show was performed by Trey solo acoustic and featured the debuts of Sigma Oasis and Sunset Days. Trey teased Sunset Days before Talk.

This entire show was performed by Trey solo acoustic and featured the first Trey acoustic performance of Glide II. Snowflakes in the Sand was performed by Trey for the first time since May 17, 1999 and Glide II was performed for the first time by any member of Phish since May 16, 1995. This setlist is unconfirmed.

"Spock's Brain" contained a "Theme from Star Trek" tease by Tom. "Hap-Nappy" included a "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" tease by Tom.

SET 1: Angel, The Bolton Stretch, If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go) > Only a Northern Song > If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go), Town, Free to Run > Spanish Harlem Incident, Half Moon Rising, Red Bird, Night Out, Looking Back Over My Shoulder > Snow on the Pines, Boatman

SET 2: On the Run > High Cross Junction > On the Run, Death Trip [1], New Deal Train[1], Southbound[1], Just the Same[1], Funtime[1], I'd Like Off[1], Cuckoo's Nest[1], Classic Situation[1], Girlfriend is Better[1] > Two Hits and the Joint Turned Brown[1]

ENCORE: Crow Black Chicken[1], Ooh La La[1]

Fish sat in with Yonder Mountain String Band from "Death Trip" through the end of the show.

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This setlist is unknown, as no recordings of this show circulate.

This show featured the TAB debut of The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s “Stone Free.” Towards the end of “Sand,” Trey introduced the band members and gave shout outs to several others both in attendance and not.

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This opening performance was in support of Jackson Browne and was part of the Radio & Records AAA Summit. 

Kaki King opened. This show featured the debut of “Steel Bones,” “The Teacher,” and the Mike Gordon debut of “For the Losers” (James Harvey), “Things in Life” (Don Stover), “Southwind” (Gordon Stone), “Goin’ Down Slow” ("St. Louis Jimmy" Oden) and “Alphabet Street” (Prince).

For the second consecutive night, after his performance at the Fox Theatre, Mike sat in on bass with this local jazz band.  Scott Murawski also joined in the action on this night.

Kaki King opened. This show featured the debuts of “The Lesson” and “Take Me Out II” as well as the Mike Gordon debuts of "The Beltless Buckler," “Still Water” (Daniel Lanois), “If You Ask Me” (Max Creek), and “Wayside / Back in Time” (Gillian Welch).

After his performance that evening at the Fox Theatre, Mike sat in on bass with a local jazz band.

This live promotional appearance for Boulder’s KBCO-FM featured Trey performing solo acoustic between interview segments.

Jamie Janover sat in on percussion during “Spiders.”

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This night was billed The Double Dig Festival, commemorating the closing of the Double Dig Ranch, a communal farm east of Boulder that for four years was host to musicians and other artists. Members of String Cheese Incident, Leftover Salmon, Tony Furtado, and the Wendy Woo Band at various times called this farm home; it was also temporary home to many musicians traveling through the area, including numerous stops by Fish. Trey sat in on acoustic guitar for the show closing jam that at its core was the Tony Furtado Band, though upwards of thirty musicians were on stage at the time. 

This acoustic in-studio set was broadcast live for KBCO’s “Studio C” series.

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Mike teased Peace Frog in Split Open and Melt. Wilson and Antelope contained Simpsons signals. Mike dedicated Mike's Song to Cilla and mentioned her name in the intro. Weekapaug included My Girl teases. Fish wore a coat and tie for this show!

Possum included a brief full-band Landlady jam and Rhapsody in Blue teases from Trey and Page as well as I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart, Get Back, Oom Pa Pa, Will the Circle Be Unbroken?, Random Note, All Fall Down, Aw Fuck!, and Tritone Down signals. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. YEM contained The Price of Love teases. Trey teased Rhytyhm-A-Ning in Bowie and Dixie in  'A' Train. This show was not originally scheduled as part of this tour, and was only announced to the public at the previous evening’s show at CU’s Balch Fieldhouse.

A complete recording of this show does not circulate, and so the setlist is unconfirmed. In the "jam" that is believed to have started the encore and HYHU, Fish played guitar. Before HYHU concluded, Fish and Page told jokes. Fire was dedicated to “Ralph.”

Possum contained a brief Munsters theme tease from Mike. Antelope was dedicated to "Eric the Enemy" (possibly in reference to Eric Bieniemy, who was a running back at the University of Colorado at the time of the show) and was introduced as "Run Like an Antelope Out of Control." Fire was dedicated to “Ralph the Buffalo.”

An emcee announced before the show that Phish would not be performing since they broke up in the dressing room beforehand. Instead, he announced that the show would be performed by “Phish 2000.” Trey teased Buried Alive in Landlady. Possum contained two Charlie Chan signals as well as I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart and Oom Pa Pa signals, while Buried Alive also contained Charlie Chan and I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart signals. My Sweet One contained Mockingbird teases. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone. The Bowie intro featured a medley of mostly songs played earlier in the show: Possum, Fly Famous Mockingbird, Forbin's, Divided Sky, Landlady, Mike's Song, The Asse Festival, Lizards, Foam, Harry Hood, and Makisupa. Bowie also included Fire On the Bayou and Wipe Out teases from Mike.

Ya Mar and Bowie included teases of the Bonanza theme. Bowie also contained Wipe Out teases from Mike. Page teased Higher Ground prior to Oh Kee Pa and the theme to The Twilight Zone before If I Only Had a Brain. YEM contained Flash Light teases from Mike and Tweezer contained a DEG tease from Trey. Jesus featured guest Dan Mosebee on harmonica.

YEM contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease, 'A' Train included a Woody Woodpecker theme tease, 'A' Train was teased in Possum, and Wilson was teased in the Rhombus Narration. I Didn't Know was dedicated to "George" and the second verse of Contact was dedicated to "Eli" for his birthday.
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