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Review by Errand_Wolfe
And that's just what Phish did in the first set! A barn burner opening with Fluffhead, Mike's, the best Simple I've heard in ages which segued into Egg In A Hole - the highlight for me! Round that out with a Divided Sky and First Tube? Hell yes!
After starting with a jammed out No Man's and stellar Piper, set 2 had its bumps (most notably a jam at the end of Piper that seemed to collapse and rip cord into Gotta Jibboo followed by an awkward I Always Wanted It This Way.) The boys rallied with a nice Lonely Trip and solid Walls Of The Cave.
The the three song encore of Wilson, Bowie and More was the cherry on top!