, attached to 1999-12-30

Review by ADAWGWYO

ADAWGWYO This Phish show along the next night might not only be some of the best Phish music ever played, but 2 of the most monumental rock and roll concerts ever played. It was a party in the swamp. 80,000 Phish Heads down and dirty, in t shirts and shorts, in Florida, for NYE!!!

After this show I exited the concert grounds into a never ending sea of party. I didn't make it 20 aisles before I was hugged by two random girls and taken away to an RV DJ party with disco ball, Christmas lights and Go-Go Dancers! Literally 4 RV's had a dance floor boxed in with each RV being a wall. There were dreadlocked wooks beating on drums in rythmn to the tekno music. Girls in bikini's hula hooping. Studio 54 had nuthin' on this disco!!!

Everywhere. Everybody. All Night. Party! I didn't make it back to my tent until noon the next day. And that wasn't because the party was over. That was because I couldn't party any longer. Must take a nap...

Someone had given me a Manilla envelope with 2000 or so random stickers of all sorts to give away over the weekend. I gave them all away within a couple hours so if a burly redheaded dude with a beard accosted you with free stickers.... It was me!!! Shoot me a line.

The only thing about partying this hard is that the memories can be compromised. If I ever get a chance to travel back in time I know one stop will be hovering over me this weekend and filling in some of those gaps in memory. I betcha one thing...

I betcha I have a HuGe ShIt EaTiNg GriN On My FaCe! :)

6 stars... No other way about it
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