Setlists Matching City: Hampton, State: VA, Country: USA, All Artists


This show was webcast via Live Phish. Skin It Back was played for the first time since August 11, 2015 (113 shows). Camel Walk included Skin It Back teases. BOTT included a Streets of Cairo tease and Possum included William Tell Overture tease.

This show was webcast via Live Phish. Llama was performed in a slow funk style. Page teased We're Off to See the Wizard in 46 Days.

This show was webcast via Live Phish and featured the first Mock Song since August 21, 2015 (106 shows ago). Undermind included a Stash tease from Trey. Sand contained Strawberry Letter 23 teases. Golden Age and the beginning of Twist contained Shipwreck quotes.

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Back on the Train contained a Jean Pierre tease from Trey. Golden Age featured Fish on Marimba Lumina. This show featured the Phish debut of Takin' Care of Business.

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Weekapaug contained a Mainstreet tease from Trey. DWD was unfinished. During Steam, Trey joined Fish on drums and Mike played his bass and fight bell (among other objects) with drumsticks.

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Antelope contained alternate "Mike-O Esquandolas" lyrics. Page teases Just Kissed My Baby in Carini.

Sanity (not played since November 27, 1998 or 188 shows) ended prematurely right after the “world explodes” line (additionally, one of the large, white balloons that was hung from the rafters popped, as if on cue, as Trey sang "world explodes"). Disease was also unfinished. This show marked the Phish debuts of Undermind and She Thinks I Still Care. Frankenstein featured Page on keytar. Mike and Fish teased Seven Below in Twist. Before Contact, the band and audience sang Happy Birthday to Fish’s Dad, Leonard, and the end of Contact featured a Happy Birthday jam. During Tweezer Reprise, balloons were dropped into the crowd. The post-show music included "Sweet Virginia" from Exile on Main Street.

Reba did not have the whistling ending. Beauty of a Broken Heart made its Phish debut at this show. Guelah Papyrus was played for the first time since September 18, 2000 (78 shows) and ADITL was played for the first time since September 30, 2000 (70 shows). Weekapaug contained a DEG tease from Trey.

Phish’s first public performance since Coventry on August 15, 2004 started with Fluffhead, a song not played since prior to the first hiatus on September 29, 2000 (70 shows). Also of note, several large, white balloons were hung in a circle around the coliseum, lit up by an additional central lighting rig; the balloons (save for a few casualties) would remain for the entire run. Trey introduced Fish as “Dad” during I Didn’t Know. Train Song was not played since May 23, 2000  (111 shows) and Grind was not played since December 30, 1998 (181 shows). During Bouncing, some of the balloons were dripped into the crowd. This show featured the Phish debut of Backwards Down the Number Line. YEM featured a false start possibly as a nod to the January 3, 2003 restarted version.

Trey teased Waves before Bathtub Gin. 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.

Anything But Me and Friday both debuted. Ya Mar contained a Stash teaase from Trey. Weekapaug was unfinished. During 2001, Trey thanked the fans and talked about how fortunate the band was to be able to share the reunion with them. Trey, Mike and Page each took an individual “big rock ending” vamp before the band ended the song together.

Phish introduced two more concert debuts: Pebbles and Marbles and All of These Dreams. Trey restarted YEM after a sloppy attempt at the composed beginning section. Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in YEM. One portion of the YEM vocal jam was based on the name “George Takei” (the actor who played Mr. Sulu on Star Trek) and another was based on the melody to Tweezer Reprise. Lyrics in Makisupa referenced “fatty,” “Waffle House,” and “Hooters.” The end of Possum included bizarre on-stage antics with Page playing Trey’s guitar from his seat, Trey playing Mike’s bass, and Mike using the “B” and “Ah” cymbals normally reserved for Cracklin’ Rosie. This improvisational Contact continued the joke of mock introductions, as Trey introduced “Al Gore.”

SET 1: Tumblin' Down [1], Outer Space[1]


Mike sat in on guitar and Carl “Geerz” Gerhard played trumpet for the listed songs. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at the Hampton Coliseum.

Gin included Spill the Wine and San-Ho-Zay teases. Trey referenced the New Year’s Eve Tom Hanks prank by again “introducing” Hanks, this time prior to It’s Ice. Round Room, Mexican Cousin, Thunderhead, and 46 Days (complete with a Can’t You Hear Me Knocking tease) all debuted. Antelope included a tease of the James Bond theme from Page. 

Dog Log was dedicated to Paul Languedoc. Afterwards, the band reprised the song for a few seconds after Trey remarked how much he liked it. Inlaw Josie Wales featured Trey on acoustic guitar. 2001 included Do You Feel Like We Do (Peter Frampton) teases; Trey also introduced Page as ‘Bob Mayonnaise,’ likely a reference to Bob Mayo, who played keys on Frampton Comes Alive. Sand contained a Super Bad tease from Trey. Weekapaug included Norwegian Wood and Buffalo Bill teases.

Fish chimed in with quotes of “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit’ It” during BBFCFM and Tubthumping. BBFCFM also contained a Leave it to Beaver theme tease from Mike. This show featured the breakouts of Cry Baby Cry (first since June 16, 1995, or 278 shows) and Nellie Kane (first since December 8, 1994, or 293 shows). Weekapaug contained Mango Song teases from Trey. Tubthumping, a Phish debut, featured Tom Marshall on lead vocals and Carl Gerhard on trumpet and had the official recording's intro playing over the P.A. before Phish started to play. Trey called Fish "Sammy... Sammy Hagar The Horrible" toward the end of the song before also quoting "Gettin' Jiggy Wit' It." This show was released as part of the Hampton Comes Alive box set.

This show featured the Phish debut of Rock and Roll Part Two, though Trey accompanied the recorded version playing over the P.A. on December 31, 1994. Quinn the Eskimo was played for the first time since August 10, 1987 (1,150 shows). Stash included a Fikus tease. Page teased Tequila in Bathtub Gin. Driver featured Trey on acoustic guitar. For the Phish debut of Gettin’ Jiggy Wit’ It, Fish read from cue cards that he threw into the crowd afterwards. Fish also replaced Will Smith’s name in the lyrics with his own alias, “Bob Weaver.” Cavern featured Carl Gerhard on trumpet. This show was released as part of the Hampton Comes Alive box set.

Mike's Song and Tweezer both contained BEK teases, with the ones in Tweezer taking place well before the segue into BEK. Fans of stage banter will want to seek out the second set for Trey’s humorous response to the crowd’s Destiny Unbound chant before Halley’s. The "Marco Esquandolas" lyric in Antelope was changed to "Michael Esquandolas." This show was released as part of the Hampton/Winston-Salem '97 box set.

Emotional Rescue made its Phish debut at this show and included a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey. Rescue was subsequently quoted at the end of Melt and Lawn Boy. This humorous Lawn Boy featured an “anti-drum solo” - an intentionally boring one. The first set ended with the delay loop ending of Caspian played until after lights were brought back up. Trey teased Yours Is No Disgrace and Call to the Post prior to Guyute. This show was released as part of the Hampton/Winston-Salem '97 box set.

The first set Poor Heart was the original version and the second set Poor Heart was the slow, shuffle version. The Poor Heart Reprise to start the encore was even slower, but only a few lines of the song were played. Runaway Jim contained a Nellie Kane tease from Mike. This Kung was performed differently than most; it was sung in a hymn-like fashion somewhat akin to Yerushalayim Shel Zahav. The jam out of Mike’s Song featured the first known Rotation Jam, which also included a segment where each band member was playing one of Page’s keyboards (although it was not Keyboard Army) and included a Smoke on the Water tease. My Long Journey Home and I’m Blue I’m Lonesome were performed acoustic; the latter featured a mandolin solo from Fish. The soundcheck's Funky Bitch was the slow version and contained Poor Heart lyrics.
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