, attached to 1993-12-28

Review by Anonymous

(Published in the second edition of The Phish Companion...)

I had moved to Northwest Pennsylvania in fall of 1993. Phish announced the NYE run for 1993 and I said to myself, "Its on!" I ended up getting a free ticket to this one, lucky me. After waiting in the cold in what looked like a crazy long line at the American University's student union, we realized the arena really wasn't an arena at all. Just a large opening in the student union. No seats, but an aquarium at the end. I actually didn't realize it was an aquarium until "Hood" in the second set... duh. We made our way down front when my friend Courtney asked, "When was the last time they played `Peaches En Regalia'?" I said it had been a while. She said, "Well, Frank just passed away. I think they are going to bust it out." I said that would be cool, but then to myself thought, "Yeah right." Phish came out onstage and BAM: "Peaches". I would never doubt anything Phish could do from then on.


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