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This show featured the debuts of Midi N'goni and Back in the Bubble and the Mike Gordon debut of All I Can Think About Is You. This setlist is unconfirmed.

Soundcheck: Breath and Burning, Passing Through, Foam, Frost, Sugar Shack, Ruby Waves (unconfirmed and possibly incomplete)

SET 1: AC/DC Bag > 555 > Ocelot > Sample in a Jar, Stash, The Wedge, Frost, Halley's Comet > Ruby Waves[1], Lawn Boy, You Enjoy Myself

SET 2: Plasma -> The Final Hurrah > Wingsuit > Golden Age > I Always Wanted It This Way > Prince Caspian > If I Could > 46 Days

ENCORE: Drift While You're Sleeping


This show marked the Phish debut of Ruby Waves. Mike teased Passing Through in Stash. Trey teased Plasma in The Final Hurrah. Golden Age contained a Crosseyed tease from Page, an I'm a Man (Spencer Davis Group) tease from Trey, and a Gotta Jibboo tease from Mike.

This show was remastered and officially released via LivePhish. "Peel" contained quotes of William Shakespeare's "As You Like It." This show featured the Mike Gordon debuts of "Oceans of Diamonds" and "Sister Kate." "555" contained additional intro lyrics "Trash cans in the distance / Seagulls in a line / Transmission's boiling up and over / Follow me to find / Can't wait to get away."

This show was postponed from its originally scheduled July 9, 2013 date due to "insurmountable transportation and public safety issues resulting from the power outage in Toronto after severe downpours in the city." DWD was unfinished. Trey dedicated Coil to Prince William and Princess Kate's son born that day, recited some of the song's applicable lyrics, and recommended they name him "Prince Kong."

No known setlist


This show was postponed until July 22, 2013 due to "insurmountable transportation and public safety issues resulting from the power outage in Toronto after severe downpours in the city."

“Waste” through “Mexican Cousin” were performed by Trey on acoustic guitar and Mike on banjo. “Suskind Hotel” included a “Stairway to Heaven” tease from Trey. "Who Are You?" featured Mike on acoustic guitar. “These Eyes” (Guess Who) was a G.R.A.B. debut.

Dinner is Ruined opened. Rush’s “Cygnus X-1” was teased before “Shadow of a Man.” During “Birthday Boys” Trey mentioned that he wanted to play “Big Joe Mufferaw” by Canadian folk singer Stompin’ Tom Connors, but that he hadn’t learned it yet; Les then sang the opening lines to “Big Joe Mufferaw” before the encore.

This show featured the debut of Wield the Spade and the Oysterhead debut of My Generation. Owner of the World contained an Oye Como Va tease. Shadow of a Man included a Space Oddity tease. During Mr. Oysterhead, Les offered to the crowd that they should “feel free to sing along because Stewart’s used to that shit with The Police.” North Mississippi Allstars opened.

For his vacuum solo in I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fish as “Mr. Ralph Blowenstein.” Limb By Limb was unfinished. Trey made several comments during the show regarding his affinity for the venue. Hood included a small vocal jam during the intro.

Mozambique, The Inlaw Josie Wales, and First Tube made their Phish debuts at this show, with The Inlaw Josie Wales featuring Trey on acoustic guitar.

This show featured the Phish debut of Misty Mountain Hop. 2001 included a Super Bad tease from Trey.

This show included the first Phish performance of Midnight on the Highway, which was learned while the band was stopped at the American/Canadian border. Makisupa also referenced the border-crossing incident: “Woke up in the morning, border guard in my bunk, he took his fucking dog on the bus, and he found my dank.” Weekapaug was unfinished.

Reba did not have the whistling ending. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic and without microphones. Hello My Baby was also performed without microphones.

Llama and Bowie included teases of the Munsters theme song and there was a brief Free Ride tease at the start of the show. Carolina was sung for Mary Buckner. There was a Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy tease prior to Landlady. Tweezer included HYHU, Donna Lee, 2001, and Who Knows teases. Chalk Dust contained Lawn Boy teases from Trey and Page and was unfinished. The Old Home Place and Nellie Kane were performed acoustic and, along with Memories, without microphones.

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 (811 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 (675 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.

Glide was humorously introduced by Trey as “Whoomp! There it Is,” referencing a then-popular dance club song by Tag Team. My Sweet One, Ginseng Sullivan, and Dog Faced Boy were performed acoustic and without microphones. Ginseng also featured Fish on washboard.

Weekapaug contained a vocal jam. Ginseng Sullivan and Nellie Kane were performed acoustic and, along with Sweet Adeline, without microphones. This show was originally scheduled for The Palladium and was relocated at the last minute due to damage to that venue from the previous evening’s New Kids on the Block concert.

Trey teased Lazy (Deep Purple) in CDT. Trey made several references to the venue’s springy floor and the fans bouncing on it while they danced. It's Ice contained Theme from James Bond and I Feel the Earth Move teases. Melt contained Long Tall Glasses and Dave's Energy Guide teases. The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Ya Mar included alternate lyrics from Mike. Ginseng featured Trey on acoustic guitar, Mike on upright bass, and Fish on Madonna washboard. Fish, usually subject to nicknames when he takes the mic, introduced Trey as Chuck Norris on the drums. Trey retorted by calling Fish “a butt with protruding arms and legs.” Weekapaug was unfinished and featured La Marseillaise teases from Page. Suzy included Blue Monk and Tweezer teases. Antelope contained an O Canada tease from Trey and was dedicated to three new crew members from Vancouver. Adeline was performed without microphones. Baby Gramps was the opening act.

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Glide included Simpsons, All Fall Down, and Random Note signals. The ending of Tela and the beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Nellie Kane was teased in Divided Sky and also in YEM from Mike. YEM's jam segment included Trey quoting "Here comes Speed Racer" and teases of Smoke on the Water and the vocal jam contained verses from Psycho Killer. Contact subsequently started as part of the vocal jam. Memories was performed without microphones. Crimes of the Mind (with the Dude of Life on vocals) was played for the first time since November 8, 1991 (234 shows).

Some of the fans cheered the mention of Québec during Fee, which featured Trey singing the verses through a megaphone. Antelope included a brief jam on Pink Floyd’s Money and a tease of Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy by Page. Chalk Dust contained Money and Lazy (Deep Purple) teases from Trey. Ya Mar contained a Can’t Turn You Loose tease from Page and funny stage banter as Trey tried to bring “Leo” in too early. Sanity was teased in Reba. Hydrogen included a tease of Jingle Jangle Jingle, with a bassline somewhat akin to Happy Trails. Weekapaug included the theme from Bonanza and Can’t You Hear Me Knocking teases from Page. Fish dedicated Terrapin to his friends from Burlington who made the trip to see the band. Makisupa was played for the first time since November 26, 1990 (322 shows). The beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar.

The Bowie intro contained Oom Pa Pa and Simpsons signals. The beginning of My Friend and all of The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. YEM included Sundown teases in both the song and the vocal jam. The Wreck of Edmund Fitzgerald (Gordon Lightfoot) was teased in the YEM vocal jam, teased (with lyrics) in the intro of The Horse, and quoted at the end of Cavern. Cavern also contained a brief Stairway to Heaven tease from Trey. Getting in Tune was quoted before Love You. There are no known recordings of the first set in circulation.

The beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Antelope contained a Simpsons signal. Suzy contained Jimmy Olsen's Blues teases from Trey. The YEM vocal jam was based on My Girl and later featured Trey whispering "Mr. Neil Young." Cavern included a Walk This Way tease from Trey. Prior to Good Times Bad Times, Trey quoted Weigh in response to the crowd.

Wilson contained Simpsons and All Fall Down signals and Bowie had an Aw Fuck! signal. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Trey teased Stairway to Heaven in Suzy Greenberg. After Chalk Dust, Trey introduced the road crew while Page had a string repaired. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones.

This show marked the band’s first headlining performance in Canada. All Things Reconsidered was teased by Trey in Bouncing and Antelope. Antelope also contained a Jean Pierre tease from Trey and Simpsons, Random Note, and All Fall Down signals. YEM contained several Davy Crockett teases in the song and was also sung in the vocal jam. Ride Captain Ride was played for the first time since April 14, 1990 (337 shows). This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.

This show was part of the Montréal International Jazz Festival. Before SOAM, Trey introduced the band as “Phish, from Burlington, Ontario.” For Donna Lee, Trey noted that the band had to play at least one straight-ahead jazz tune at the Jazz Festival. Between Divided Sky and Lizards, Trey again referenced “Burlington, Ontario,” noting that it is out near Gamehendge, and asked if there were any “Gamehendgians” out in the audience. Fish wasn’t able to get any suction out of the vacuum during Bike; he subsequently used the trombone during I Didn’t Know. The first known Phish performance of Immigrant Song was sung a cappella.
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