, attached to 2011-06-19

Review by dpwilljr

dpwilljr I was in the pit during the 1st set on Page's side dancing with everyone else without incident. When you've been to tons of shows, whether it's GD or Phish, you learn the fine art of dancing in tight spaces and moving through crowds without bumping.
There were cool people everywhere I went. As I moved back to walk up to the aisle for more room, a couple of people actually helped me and patted me on the back as I went past.
This was the closest to a west coast crowd you can get. Everyone was totally chill with big grins !
This is officially my favorite east-coast venue now. It's right on the water, very small and there is TONS of dancing room. This was the perfect show.
The Harpua was abbreviated but who cares !! It was too much fun.
Back on the Train and Timber were the other two 1st set highlights for me.
I've only seen three C&P and this one was power-packed !
I was hoping Trey would've allowed the jam to continue because it had full potential to hit the stratosphere.
There was a girl with her Mom on Mike's side in the pit with a sign that read '31 minute Walls of the Cave for my 31st birthday'
That might have prompted the bust out. I truly love this song.
The second set for me was all about the Sand. Arguably the best jam of the night. Sneakin' Sally was short but dripped with tight funk.
The Suzy completely blew the roof off.
I'm not even going to try and compare this to the other show I saw this tour (Pine Knob) they were both spectacular.

Can't wait for Hollywood Bowl.


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