, attached to 1991-04-19

Review by oongowa

oongowa The door guy who worked this show said that this was the MOST packed the Nietzche's had ever been. He said that people started showing up very early and there was a line down the block. My guess is that Nietzche's can hold about 350-400 people at full capacity. Would have been a great place to see them if you could have gotten close to the stage. STILL is a great place to see a show. As per Nietzche's tradition, whenever a band plays there, they sign their names on the ceiling. If you enter the bar and head to the right by the piano and look up you'll see where Phish signed. Well, a good amount of it since they covered some of it up when they installed air conditioning!!! Everyone signed their names, Trey wrote "The Gauze Lives!" and someone (Mike?) drew a little guys head.


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