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This show was webcast via Live Phish and featured the TAB debut of Friend. Brian and Robert and More were performed by Trey solo acoustic.

This show featured the debuts of Acid Man and Sughn Never Sets and the Mike Gordon debuts of Infinite and D’yer Mak'er.

This show was webcast via Live Phish. Reba did not contain the whistling ending and featured You Sexy Thing quotes from Fish. Trey teased What's The Use? and You Sexy Thing in Taste. Golden Age contained Reba whistling and teasing. Fee featured Trey on megaphone. Trey forgot some of the lyrics of Fee and told the crowd after the song, "We'd like to end the show now with something we remember all the words to." He then began 2001, encouraging the fans to help them out. 2001 contained You Sexy Thing, Tweezer Reprise, Petrichor, and Rhapsody in Blue teases.

This entire show was performed by Trey solo acoustic and featured the first Trey acoustic performance of Slave to the Traffic Light.

This show featured the debuts of Victim, Stealing Jamaica, Equilibrium, Steps, Trapezoidal Sunshine, and Go Away and the Mike Gordon debut of Ruby Soho.

SET 1: There Was a Time, Postcards From Hell, Sing About It, Feeling Good, Oh, Pretty Woman, Shake Your Hips, She Caught the Katy (And Left Me a Mule To Ride), I'm Working on a Building, Be Proud Of The Grey In Your Hair, Play a Train Song, Stupid Preoccupations, When You Come Back, Rip This Joint [1], Compared to What[1], Good Morning Little Schoolgirl[1], Trouble Every Day[1], Jessica[1], Time Is Free, Trondossa, Smokestack Lightning > Don't Cry No More, Basically Frightened, Fixin' To Die, Space Is The Place, I'm So Glad[1]

ENCORE: Zambi[1] > Turn On Your Love Light[1]


Fish was among the performers for "Hampton 70: A Celebration of Col. Bruce Hampton." "Oh, Pretty Woman" contained a "Layla" tease. "Rip This Joint" through "Jessica" and "I'm So Glad" through "Turn On Your Love Light" featured Fish on drums.

Soundcheck: Sound, Eclipse, Jam, Everybody's Talkin' (this soundcheck possibly incomplete)

SET 1: Long Black Line, Cruel World > Everybody's Talkin', 555, Daisy Hill Grove, Looking for Clues > How Many People Are You

SET 2: Spock's Brain, Let's Go, Peel, How Do I Know, Jones > Face, Traveled Too Far

ENCORE: Funky Bitch


The jam in the soundcheck was without Mike.

This show was webcast via Live Phish. Trey teased Sneakin' Sally and No Men In No Man's Land in Back on the Train. The Birds was quoted at the end of BOAF. DWD contained I Dream Of Jeannie theme, Shine, and Manteca teases, featured Trey on Marimba Lumina, and was unfinished. Trey teased Cat Scratch Fever in Ghost and Streets of Cairo in Possum.

Trey teased Sing (Joe Raposo) in Ocelot and Happy Birthday in Heavy Things. Antelope's "Marco Esquandolas" lyric was changed to "Mike-O Esquandolas." Tweezer contained Maria and Mercury teases.

KDF was unfinished. During Martian Monster, Trey joined Page on clavinet and Trey and Mike both joined Fish on drums. Fish then played Mike's bass with Trey and Mike still on drums before Mike left to play Trey's guitar. Reba did not contain the whistling ending. Bathtub Gin included the whistling portion from Reba, a Reba tease from Page, a Funkytown tease from Mike, Apostrophe teases, and a Kill Devil Falls quote.

This show featured the debuts of the Gordon/Murawski originals "Take It As It Comes" and "The Last Step," as well as the Mike Gordon debut of Fiona Apple's "Sleep to Dream." 

This show was webcast for free via LivePhish. Suzy Greenberg contained a quote of Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan by Trey. Trey teased Call to the Post before CDT. Chalk Dust Torture was unfinished. Scents and Subtle Sounds was last played on September 2, 2011 (109 shows) and did not have the intro. Harry Hood featured a duel section in which Trey traded solos with Mike, Fish, and Page in turn.

Mike teased My Favorite Things before Gumbo. This show marked the Phish debut of Frost. The jam in Energy featured Fish on the Marimba Lumina. Fluffhead was unfinished and included a Heartbreaker tease from Trey. Piper contained Energy quotes.

Possum contained Horn teases. Heartbreaker was incomplete and Chalk Dust was unfinished. Wilson, Tweezer, Hood and Character Zero all contained Heartbreaker teases.

This show featured Trey performing with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Scott Dunn conducting, with orchestration by Don Hart. "You Enjoy Myself" contained a "Bridal Chorus" ("Here Comes the Bride") tease from Trey.

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Mound was unfinished and the set had to be stopped mid-stream due to a strong incoming thunderstorm. Prior to leaving the stage, Trey introduced his guitar tech, Brian Brown. Trey also repeatedly said "Storm" several times and then, apparently referring to a sign that a fan was holding, said "we will play that song but not tonight because we don't know it. And that's the honest truth. One of these days." To open set two, Mound was started mid-song, more or less where the band had left off to close set one. Tweezer's lyrics were changed to reference the weather. Funky Bitch contained Birdwatcher teases. Kung was performed a cappella.

This show was webcast via LivePhish. In Cities, "Elvis" was changed to "Mary Johnson." Light Up Or Leave Me Alone and Disease were unfinished.

After "Another Door" Tom Cleary performed a mini "song" on the Kaossilator that he had written backstage before the show about that evening's Supermoon. Mike introduced "The Void" as a "song about the feeling the first person that ever walked on the moon had when taking that... step." Atlanta-fixture Col. Bruce Hampton provided vocals for "Fixin' to Die." 

Disease was unfinished. Harpua contained a tease of London Bridge Is Falling Down. This show marked the Phish debut of Killing in the Name (Rage Against the Machine).

Character Zero opened a show for the first time ever. McGrupp was played by request with Trey taking the sign from the crowd and holding it up before starting the song. Trey forgot the second verse to Sanity, asking "What the heck's the second verse here?" Trey teased Super Bad in Tweezer. In a possible foreshadowing of the song's Phish debut the next night, Hood's intro contained brief Killing in the Name teases from Fish.

Trey performed “Water in the Sky” through “Wilson” solo acoustic. “Windora Bug” featured an alternate “Trey or a Ray” lyric. Excerpts from this show were released as TAB at the TAB.

This show featured the Mike Gordon debut of Tim O'Brien's "Wave the Ocean" and Col. Bruce Hampton and The Aquarium Rescue Unit's "Yield Not to Temptation" which featured Col. Bruce Hampton on guitar. "Nobody's Home" and "I'm Deranged" featured Deji Coker on sax.

This opening set was in support of Gov't Mule. Mike and Scott sat in during the Gov't Mule set for "Sugaree."

Page performed "Strange Design" solo on piano. "Bill Bailey" featured Page’s dad, Dr. Jack McConnell, on vocals

Benevento/Russo Duo opened. “More Pretty Girls Than One” (Doc Watson) “You’ve Got Me Floating” (The Jimi Hendrix Experience) and “Mexican Cousin” (all G.R.A.B. debuts) were performed by Trey on acoustic guitar and Mike on banjo. “Mexican Cousin” was restarted after first being played in the wrong key. “Paranoid Android” (Radiohead), also a G.R.A.B. debut), started with just Benevento and Russo; they were joined by Trey and Mike at the end for the -> into “Who Are You?” that featured Mike on acoustic guitar.

This show featured the debuts of “If You’re Walking,” “Shadow” and “A Case of Ice and Snow.” “Burlap Sack,” Mr. Completely,” “Plasma,” “Cayman,” and “Simple Twist.” featured Russell Remington on saxophone. During “Heavy Things” Trey pointed out that the real Mary (from the song) was in attendance. “Low” contained a “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” jam.

“Sleep Again” and “Wherever You Find It” were duets featuring Trey on acoustic and Ray on piano. “Invisible,” “Shine” and “Flock of Words” were performed by Trey on acoustic, Ray on piano and Jen and Christina on backing vocals. This show featured the debuts of “Dragonfly,” “Let Me Lie” and “Mud City.” “Mud City” was dedicated to everyone heading down to Jazz Fest. Russell Remington and Dave Grippo sat in for the second set and encore (excepting “Drifting”).

SET 1: Jimi Thing [1], Louisiana Bayou[1]


Trey joined DMB on guitar for "Jimi Thing" and "Louisiana Bayou."

SET 1: Holy Mackerel, The Great Eyeball in the Sky, Twins, Long in the Tooth > Percipitation, Highball with the Devil [1] > Mr. Oysterhead[1] > Highball with the Devil[1], Buzzards of Green Hill[1] > Wynona's Big Brown Beaver[1] > Buzzards of Green Hill[1], Drums, Whamola, David Makalaster I, D's Diner[1]

ENCORE: Cohibas Esplenditos[1]


Trey joined Les Claypool's Fancy Band on guitar for the listed songs. This setlist is unconfirmed.

The five-second Foam Reprise that opened the show consisted of essentially the first and last measures of the song and was ostensibly a nod to the previous night's 50-minute version. Marco teased Eleanor Rigby in Mike's Song.

The 50 minute version of Foam featured a Lengthwise tease from Marco, a tease of The Chain by Mike, and was released through Livephish.com. Cars Trucks Buses featured Foam, Frankenstein, and Lengthwise teases, all from Marco.

Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. This show was originally scheduled for the smaller Tabernacle, and was later moved to the Roxy. Page performed “Army of One” and “Tiny Dancer” solo on an acoustic, upright piano. This show was made available as a LivePhish download.

This was an opening set for Vida Blue. This show was originally scheduled for the smaller Tabernacle and was later moved to the Roxy.

Piper included a Can’t You Hear Me Knocking tease. NICU included a bass solo from Mike (complete with Trey yelling, “Play it, Cactus!”) instead of Page’s usual organ solo. YEM included a lyrical change to reference “IT” and concluded with a Happy Birthday tease for Chris Kuroda.

Mike sat in on lead guitar for this final encore of the gig. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Atlanta’s Lakewood Amphitheatre.

Night Speaks to a Woman included a section where Trey "conducted" the audience. This show featured the TAB debut of Magilla. Simple Twist Up Dave and Small Axe from this show are included on Trey’s live Plasma CD. Trey performed The Inlaw Josie Wales and Ray Dawn Balloon solo acoustic.

No known setlist


This 6th annual Zambiland Orchestra gathering featured over fifty musicians in multiple configurations playing improvised instrumentals and jam rock classics. Mike sat in during the second set, first on banjo and then later on bass. This night featured a reunion with all members of The Aquarium Rescue Unit, as well as Danny Barnes as “one man band,” Jeff Coffin, Billy Constable and Jeff Mosier on banjos, John Cowan on bass, Gary Gazaway on trumpet, Jim Hadley, Bryan Lopes, Bobby Lee Rogers, Yonrico Scott, and many others.

The Apartment Projects opened. Jeff Sipe made a guest appearance on percussion during “Dimensions.”

Happy Birthday was dedicated to lighting director Chris Kuroda. At a shade over 48 minutes, this Mr. Completely jam represented almost double the previously longest TAB jam to date.

Trey dedicated “Come on Baby Let’s Go Downtown” to his friends Chris and Kevin. Trey performed “Back on the Train” and “Bathtub Gin” solo, acoustic. This second Fox Theatre show was not originally scheduled as part of the tour; it was added the day before, with tickets going on sale at midnight the day before the gig. “Sand” included extended thanks from Trey to Paul, the crew, and the fans.

Joey Sommerville added an extra trumpet from “Burlap Sack and Pumps” through “Mellow Mood.” During “Last Tube” Tony announced that since they were having such a great time on tour that TAB would play again the next night and that tickets would go on sale at midnight. 

Tweezer included an I Know You Rider tease, a Silent in the Morning tease from Mike, and a Fire (The Ohio Players) tease from Trey. My Sweet One was botched, which led to band introductions from Trey and extended solos from Fish, Mike, and Page. Trey explained that My Sweet One and Dog Faced Boy were both written about the same person by Fish and that one was at the beginning of the relationship and the other at the end, finally asking the crowd "can you guess which?" Mike "bantered" a bit and showed off his fight bell. During the banter after My Sweet One, Page teased "Charge!" twice.

SET 1: Going Through the Motions, Jellycup, No Egos Underwater [1], Jack the Rabbit[1], Nash[1], Elevator to the Moon[1], Diggin' Up Bones[1]

ENCORE: Basically Frightened[1] > Compared to What[1] > Basically Frightened[1] > Get Rid of Sorrow[1]


Mike played guitar from No Egos Underwater through the end of the show. At one point, Col. Bruce chided Mike about directing him in Mike’s film debut, Outside Out. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Lakewood Amphitheatre. 

Fish sat in for the above listed songs with Col. Bruce Hampton and the Fiji Mariners. 

SET 1: Egg 15 [1] -> Drums -> Egg 15[1]


Mike and Jimmy Herring joined the Derek Trucks Band for the songs listed above. This perofrmance was part of the “Fusion Fest” lineup, which also included Col. Bruce Hampton, Blueground Undergrass, Jazz is Dead, and The Derek Trucks Band.

Fish, introduced as “Flagina Fishman,” took a vacuum solo during I Didn’t Know wearing only stars and stripes boxers. This show featured the debut of What’s the Use?. Trey teased Pictures of Matchstick Men in Wilson. After Carini, the band reprised the chorus of Meatstick while part of the crew and a few fans did the Meatstick Dance. The band performed the second encore in stars and stripes outfits. The show was followed by a fireworks display.

This show featured the Phish debut of Mountains in the Mist. Meatstick was played for the first time since June 25, 1997 (124 shows). Trey teased Dueling Banjos in Taste. Twist contained an Oye Como Va tease from Trey. Little Drummer Boy was played for the first time since December 6, 1986 (1,183 shows) by Fish solo on the snare drum, with alternate lyrics. Bill Bailey (first since November 18, 1995, or 243 shows) featured Page’s father, Dr. Jack McConnell, on vocals and kazoo.

No known setlist


Mike and Fish made a brief appearance at the end of Col. Bruce’s show. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Lakewood Amphitheatre.

This show marked the Phish debut of Runnin' with the Devil, which was also teased during YEM. Trey once again referred to Fish as “Bob Weaver” after Cracklin’ Rosie (played for the first time since August 14, 1996, or 148 shows).

This setlist is incomplete, likely out of order, and includes parts of the three sets performed that evening. Fish played for most of show, which featured upwards of two dozen musicians in rotating jams including: Derek Trucks on sarod, Kofi Burbridge on flute and keyboards, Jeff Mosier on banjo, Michael Kang on mandolin and fiddle, Gary “El Buho” Gazaway and Michael Ray on trumpet, Dr. Dan Matrazzo and T. Lavitz on keyboards, Bob Baglione and Jimmy Herring on guitars, Jeff Sipe, Todd Nance and Yonrico Scott on drums, Count M’Butu on percussion, Lincoln Metcalf as conductor and on French horn, Todd Smalley, Ed Nitty and John Cowan on bass, two female vocalists, and Fish, who played drums, tambourine, congas, and vacuum. Col. Bruce Hampton was crowned “King of Zambiland” and led Fixin’ to Die.

Ghost included Spooky and On Your Way Down teases. YEM included a Jeopardy! theme tease, a very unusual SOAMule-like jam segment, and did not have a vocal jam. Chalk Dust included Rocky Mountain Way teases.

Trey teased Dave's Energy Guide in DWD. The Mockingbird narration included a reference to Talking Heads’ David Byrne, who appeared in the mountain as the face of Icculus. As Trey told the story, Byrne threw Colonel Forbin off the mountain and into the arms of the “evil” Famous Mockingbird. The second set "musical costume" was Talking Heads' Remain in Light. All of the Remain in Light songs were Phish debuts; the set featured Karl Perazzo on percussion, Dave Grippo on saxophone, and Gary Gazaway on trumpet. Perazzo also played during the entire third set. Jesus Just Left Chicago, Suzy Greenberg, and Frankenstein also featured Grippo and Gazaway. At the end of Houses in Motion (which featured Trey teasing Tweezer), an armchair was brought out to the center of the stage and Mike sat in it to sing Seen and Not Seen. While he sang, Karl Perazzo drummed and Trey played bass. After Overload, a bizarre on-stage demonstration closed the set. The third set opened with a Feel Like a Stranger tease. Suzy included a Born Under Punches tease from Page. Simple included a tease of Mama Told Me Not to Come. The soundcheck's Overload was performed with horns and briefly featured Fish on vacuum. This show was officially released as Live Phish 15.

No known setlist


Mike and Page, in town for Phish’s performance of Talking HeadsRemain in Light the following evening, sat in for a portion of this late-night set.

Trey teased Nellie Kane in Weekapaug. Ya Mar contained Lizards teases from Trey. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. GTBT was preceded by a Black or White tease from Trey and subsequently included Heartbreaker teases.

PYITE and Simple contained The Rover teases from Trey. Tha audience chess move preceded the second set and was followed by a We Are the Champions tease from Trey. Gin featured a Rift tease.

Stash was unfinished and melted into I Didn’t Know, which was performed in an eerie, slower fashion and featured Fish on trombone, Mike on electric drill for the first time, and Trey on megaphone. Antelope contained a Voodoo Child tease from Trey. Bowie included some odd chanting, including the phrase “Send me on my way” (although not in a manner similar to the Rusted Root song of the same name).

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. The second set opened with a Voodoo Child tease. Weekapaug included an On Broadway tease and was unfinished. The Rover was teased before Possum as well as numerous times in Possum itself. Possum also contained full band teases of Kashmir and Magilla. Foreplay/Long Time was performed acoustic.

This show was an in-studio performance (with an audience) on the Live X program, broadcast live on WNNX 99.7-FM in Atlanta. This show contains the only known Phish performance of Carefree.

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Antelope included Simpsons and Oom Pa Pa signals. Caravan and the Phish debut of High-Heel Sneakers featured Merl Saunders on keyboards and YEM, which included a Rock ‘n Roll Hoochie Koo jam, featured Colonel Bruce Hampton on piano. The Phish debut of Who By Fire also featured Colonel Bruce Hampton on vocals. Ginseng Sullivan was performed acoustic, without microphones, and featured Fish on washboard. Free Bird was played by request after Trey asked, a la Lynyrd Skynyrd, what song the crowd wanted to hear. Listen for a distinct Caravan tease in the beginning of Esther. The trampolines jam in YEM featured a guest trampoline jumper due to Trey’s broken foot.

SET 1: Fever [1]


Fish, Mike and Page sat in during this late-night show for a cover of the Davenport and Coole classic, Fever. Trey was also in attendance but did not perform. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Atlanta’s “Fabulous” Fox Theatre.

Mike’s Song included two distinct jams on Led Zeppelin’s Heartbreaker. Fish and Page attempted to begin Hydrogen after Mike’s.

Prior to starting Suzy, the band sung the first line a cappella in a different manner than the rest of the song. Suzy also included a Tweezer tease. Esther began with Page modifying the intro (including a brief reggae attempt) and included a Simpsons signal. Antelope included a Woody Woodpecker theme tease and a Random Note signal. Good Times Bad Times, which was performed bluegrass-style, through Pig in a Pen (a Phish debut) featured the “Reverend” Jeff Mosier on banjo. Manteca was played for the first time since April 18, 1992 (107 shows). This show was released as part of the Phish At The Roxy box set.

The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. This long version of Wilson included a Simpsons signal and, towards the end, a freakish jam that included an Iron Man tease from Mike. Reba included a tease of the theme from Woody Woodpecker. Tweezer had a Low Rider jam and Straight Out the Sewer quotes from Trey. Glide subsequently included Tweezer teases. Mike’s Song featured minor lyric changes, three different Tweezer teases, two different Wilson teases, and other teases of Reba, Lizards, and Stash. During Hydrogen before the Vibration of Life, Mike teased Entrance of the Gladiators. After Kung, Mike quoted NO2. The Rock and Roll All Nite jam was for fan Jay von Lehe, dressed as Kiss’ Gene Simmons, who the band brought on stage to sing the song’s chorus. Terrapin featured band intros and lots of chatter from Fish, prompting a hurry-up HYHU tease from Page. Fish also performed a lengthy vacuum solo during this tune. The HYHU outro segued into Hood as Fish and Trey switched places. Neither Have Mercy (first since Halloween, 1986, or 669 shows) nor MMGAMOIO were played in their entirety. Walk Away was played for the first time since November 2, 1991 (159 shows). This show was released as part of the Phish At The Roxy box set.

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. The Mockingbird narration recalled the flood from Phish’s last Atlanta performance, on March 28, 1992. The beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. This show was performed on Fish’s birthday, which Trey made reference to during the Bowie intro. The Phish debut of Moby Dick featured Fish soloing on both drums and vacuum. The subsequent Bowie intro's continuation contained a Simpsons signal and Happy Trails and Jingle Jangle Jingle teases. Bowie later contained Moby Dick teases. Happy Birthday was teased in Bowie, Ya Mar and performed by Page during Love You. Mockingbird and Big Ball Jam contained "Charge!" teases. Lawn Boy was dedicated to Page’s parents. Funky Bitch through Llama featured Jimmy Herring sitting in on guitar. My Sweet One was unfinished. After HYHU, Trey tried unsuccessfully to convince Colonel Bruce Hampton to come out and jam on horns. Love You featured Fish on guitar and vacuum, as well as the delivery of a birthday cake. Trey also presented Fish with a clock necklace a la Flavor Flav of Public Enemy, so that Fish would never again be late for the bus. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones and was also dedicated to Page’s parents. Page's father gave a standing ovation after the song's finish. AC/DC Bag was played for “Hack’s” 21st birthday, as he had evidently requested it at a party the night before. This show was released as part of the Phish At The Roxy box set.

This show featured the Phish debut of Lullaby of Birdland. The Secret Language Instructions featured the introductions of the Simpsons, Random Note, Turn Turn Turn, and All Fall Down signals. David Bowie subsequently contained a Simpsons signal. The second set was performed a cappella and without microphones due to a small flood in the theatre. Authorities refused to allow the band to plug in their instruments, including the Bag-Vac. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone.

Trey teased Possum before the second set opener. Trey’s solo in Magilla featured a theme similar to All Things Reconsidered. Love You featured band introductions. Antelope included a Dixie tease from Trey, a foul-up near the end when Fish attempted to end the song too early, and Charlie Chan and Simpsons signals during the final rave-up. BBFCFM contained a Brady Bunch theme tease from Mike. Memories was performed without microphones.

Trey and Mike teased Curtain several times before the start of the show. Before Sparkle, Trey thanked the Atlanta, GA crowd for their general attentiveness, noting that Artis the Spoonman always said: “the best thing you can give to another person is your attention.” Mike welcomed his cousins who were in attendance. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. Tweezer contained several quick Band on the Run teases from Trey. The HYHU preceding Terrapin featured Trey and Page singing “Henrietta” vocals. My Sweet One was first sung as a gospel tune, without drums and with Fish singing lead, and then done again normally. Possum featured a Rhapsody in Blue tease from Trey, two Charlie Chan signals and a Simpsons signal.

This one-set show, opening for The Aquarium Rescue Unit, concluded the summer "Horns Tour." It featured the Giant Country Horns on Suzy through Stash, Avenu Malkenu, Possum, Landlady, Mike's, Weekapaug, and the encore. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey. During I Didn't Know, Fish was introduced as Willard Scott. Possum contained Charlie Chan and Oom Pa Pa signals.

This show featured the Giant Country Horns on Suzy, Cavern, Avenu, Buried Alive through Funky Bitch, Tweezer, and Lizards through Melt. The Horns were introduced after Landlady. Stash was dedicated to a fan. YEM included a Chameleon tease by the Horns and Manteca quotes in the vocal jam. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. After Lizards, the band sang Happy Birthday to Chris Kuroda and played a short Happy Birthday jam with the horns. Tweezer Reprise started as Tweezer. In between Frankenstein and Melt, the Horns introduced the members of Phish. Page teased HYHU when Fish was introduced. Melt included a Munsters theme tease from Trey. The Aquarium Rescue Unit was the opening act.

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This was a one set show opening for The Grapes. This information is from phish.com.

After Reba, the crowd was chanting "cheeseburger." Fish and Trey subsequently went into a rap about burgers. Trey dedicated Forbin's to the Colonial (Bruce Hampton). Forbin's was then performed with a variety of lyric substitutions of Col. (Bruce) Hampton for Col Forbin. Rocky Top through Antelope featured the “Reverend” Jeff Mosier on banjo; Antelope also featured Oteil Burbridge on bass. As Fish took the stage during HYHU, the crowd chanted for Fee. Fish sounded perplexed and remarked that he doesn’t sing Fee, but Trey and Page started the song up anyway and left Fish on the spot. He tried his best and got through the first verse before falling apart during the chorus. Terrapin featured Fish on trombone. The band said "Fee" several times at that start of Possum, which contained subsequent Blue Monk teases from Trey and a Rhapsody in Blue tease from Page. BBFCFM contained an Auld Lang Syne tease from Trey. The source of Set I is phish.com.

The source of this setlist is Phish.com. It is unconfirmed and incomplete. Phish opened for Widespread Panic.

No known setlist


Phish opened for Widespread Panic.

Caravan contained an Entrance of the Gladiators tease from Trey. Phish opened for Widespread Panic.
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