, attached to 2022-06-01

Review by mindleftpants

mindleftpants For my second show, I was hoping to be taken right back to the middle of a second set right off the bat. And I learned that the four guys on stage are in total control of the energy, even if it's not nearly fast enough for me. BDTNL was a heater and the Divided Sky was just beautiful.

Lights went down for the second set. Wilson scared the shit out of me. It was my first taste of the engagement the band expects and entices from the crowd. The Dozen Simple was the only Phish song I had heard before attending my first shows, and this gargantuan jam does not disappoint in depth or cohesion. The rest of the second set was well played, but the encore felt like the band had enjoyed their two nights in SC.

Highlight of the Charleston run: Nitrous tanks blocking late night shoppers at Publix from leaving the grocery store


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