It was played at 1.54% of live Phish shows.
It was last played December 31, 2013, which was 107 shows ago.
There have been 1,781 shows since the live debut.
“Icculus” has been played approximately once every 64.7 shows.
Since its debut, “Icculus” has been played, on average, once every 66 shows.
It was played 27 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1986-04-01||Hunt's||35||1||DEG||YEM||First known performance.|
|1986-10-31||Sculpture Room, Goddard College||12||2||Skin It Back >||Alumni|
|1986-12-06||The Ranch||4||2||Back Porch Boogie Blues||McGrupp||Steve Drebber on vocals.|
|1988-03-22||Nectar's||34||1||Forbin's >||> Forbin's|
|1988-05-15||Beecher Hill Farm||17||2||***||McGrupp|
|1988-07-29||The Roma||2||2||Sloth >||Forbin's|
|1989-05-01||Pearl Street Ballroom||38||2||Possum||Forbin's|
|1989-08-12||Burlington Boathouse||28||3||***||Antelope||Steven Drebber on vocals, unknow...|
|1991-04-06||Campus Rec Center||235||2||Gin||Antelope|
|1992-04-16||Anaconda Theatre||118||1||Mockingbird >||> Mockingbird|
|1992-04-24||Roseland Theater||7||1||Mockingbird >||> Mockingbird|
|1992-05-02||Cabaret Metro||5||1||Mockingbird >||> Mockingbird|
|1993-03-25||Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium||119||2||Kung ->||> Mockingbird|
|1994-06-22||Veterans Memorial Auditorium||128||2||Simple ->||Simple|
|1994-10-27||University Hall, University ...||35||e||Slave ->||Tweeprise|
|1994-11-20||Dane County Coliseum||14||e||***||***||Referenced the 6/17/94 "O.J. Show."|
|1999-07-18||Oswego County Airport||262||3||Catapult ->||-> Smoke on the Water||Narration featured Trey rambling...|
|1999-07-18||Oswego County Airport||0||3||Smoke on the Water >||Quinn||(Miss You tease & quote)|
|2009-08-14||The Comcast Theatre||193||2||Catapult ->||> YEM||Narration centered on the fact t...|
|2011-06-17||Verizon Wireless Amphitheatr...||87||2||Reba||HYHU|
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