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Just because Phish shows are amazing, it doesn’t mean they’re problem-free. I suspect that many harassment issues have occurred outside/ inside shows. (See for example articles about the 2018 Gorge attacks). It seems totally appropriate to talk about these. IMO we should listen to perspectives from minority Phans if we want Phish to keep going and evolving.