, attached to 2011-06-19

Review by funkydanceparty

funkydanceparty Phish loves Virginia and they proved it again with Trey saying 'This is the perfect place for this' before setting into a 12 minute Harpua. Continuing tradition with Brother, as was one of the earliest Back on the Train in recent phistory. Funky Bitch, Timber, Wedge, and Moma was a groove session that was someone cut off by the touching, yet set halting Thunder Road.. would have been better if the encore was Thunder Road > Julius. Tube also sounded a little forced, but the set came around nicely with a finally sweet Alaska and mysterious David Bowie.

Set 2 had a good Crosseyed but Phish has been over-saturating us with that one recently.. Walls of the Cave was nice especially for the lady celebrating her 31st birthday who asked for it. Short but sweet Slave, great Fluffhead, a SUPER funky Sand which was stopped and as ajcmixer said, given its own Reprise of sorts. wow.. the whole venue went nuts. Short Sally, but great vocal jam on that one.. Light is worth a listen but we were painfully forced another Backwards.. only 2 days after our last! Few flubbs in Julius but it was an appropriate encore for the south.

See you at 9



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