, attached to 2022-08-10

Review by jaosnlikesphun

jaosnlikesphun Trey seemed genuinely excited to be back in Toronto. Fun small venue laid back people. Becoming my fave modern summer stop, coming up from Rochester NY. I feel like both sets flowed so well and the phellers took their time with each song. So much inspired exploration.

1st set: The Sigma Blaze to kick it all off was syrupy smooth. No filler in first set. We even get a funky patient Wombat. I’m leaving out so much here like that amazing Theme. The close out with a tasty Sand I mean come on. 1st set gold with a beautiful Toronto sunset.

2nd set opens with a Sample DWD and I have to say this Sample is a smidge more fantastic than Bethel. I love how it winds down into a spacey vibe only for Mike to kick our ass with his bass drop into DWD. Sweet Jesus. 20 years later and I picked my jaw off the ground as we shift gears later for one more piece: 2001 to Sally to Free. We have liftoff.

Thanks for the love Phish. And one final thing, someone commented about the missing lot pre game and no Shakedown, but I love how the Toronto shows have more laid back energy. There’s so much to do during the day and it feels great to slide into a mellow phish scene towards evening. O’ Canada


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