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This performance was part of NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts series and was previously recorded. The All Things Considered theme was teased during and after Sigma Oasis and Evolve. The band marched out of the room with maracas and other percussion instruments during the You Enjoy Myself vocal jam.

SET 1: Evolve


Phish was the musical guest on The Tonight Show. In addition to performing Evolve, Phish was part of the cold open skit "Phish in an Elevator" where they, along with Jimmy Fallon and members of The Roots, sang part of Love in an Elevator (with "Phish" substituted for "Love") in an elevator.

This performance was part of Follow The Arrow Festival. It was originally scheduled to take place at Arrowwood Farms but was moved to Bearsville Theater due to a forecast of rain, wind, and thunderstorms. Marco teased Walk Like an Egyptian in Tilting. If I Die featured Sam Cohen on guitar. Breakfast Feud featured the Ghost Funk Orchestra horns (Billy Aukstik on trumpet, James Kelly on trombone, Jared Yee on saxophone, and Stephen Chen on baritone saxophone).Chris Corsico joined on drums for Escape Horse and played for the rest of the set. Hit or Miss featured Karina Rykman on bass. Give It to Me featured Sam Cohen on guitar along with KT Benevento and Christina Benevento on vocals. Sharing the Night Together featured Sam Cohen on guitar and KT Benevento, Christina Benevento, Karina Rykman, Maggie Salvato, and Michael Petrella on vocals.

This show featured Trey performing with the Boston Pops, Edwin Outwater conducting, and with orchestration by Don Hart. Water in the Sky, More, and The Inlaw Josie Wales featured Trey on acoustic.

This show featured Trey performing with the National Symphony Orchestra, Edwin Outwater conducting, with orchestration by Don Hart, and featured the orchestral debuts of Evolve, Mercy, and Harry Hood. Water in the Sky, More, and The Inlaw Josie Wales featured Trey on acoustic.

SET 1: Let the Good Times Roll Promised Land Ramble On Rose Greatest Story Ever Told Big Railroad Blues The Music Never Stopped Cumberland Blues Feel Like A Stranger Franklin's Tower

SET 2: Scarlet Begonias > Fire on the Mountain, Dancing in the Street, Looks Like Rain Bertha Drums/Space Throwing Stones Not Fade Away

ENCORE: Shakedown Street One More Saturday Night


This was a private party. Scarlet Begonias through Dancing in the Street featured Mike on bass. Dancing in the Street also featured Mike on vocals. Big Railroad Blues, Not Fade Away, Shakedown Street, and One More Saturday Night featured Mark Early on saxophone. Shakedown Street and One More Saturday Night also featured Evan Jennison on acoustic guitar and vocals.

SET 1: Hold You Now Cousins Holiday Ice Cream Piano Clasical Connect White Sky This Life Step Sunflower M79 Sympathy The Surfer Campus Oxford Comma Capricorn Gen-X Corps Diane Young A-Punk Chalk Dust Torture > Mirror in the Bathroom -> Chalk Dust Torture, Prep-School Gangsters Mary Boone Harmony Hall Hope

ENCORE: Graceland I'm Goin' Down Hold Up Jokerman Psycho Killer Creep Just Like Heaven Mr. Brightside Walcott


Chalk Dust Torture and Mirror in the Bathroom featured Mike on bass (Mike's band was the opening act).

SET 1: Hold You Now Campus I Stand Corrected Ice Cream Piano Classical Connect Unbelievers Step This Life Sunflower M79 Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa, Capricorn Gen-X Cops Diane Young Cousins A-Punk Married in a Gold Rush All the Gold in California Sin City Cumberland Blues Possum Mary Boone Hannah Hunt Harmony Hall Hope

ENCORE: Sabotage Blackbird Smooth Bohemian Rhapsody Smells Like Teen Spirit Walcott


Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa featured Mike on bass (Mike's band was the opening act).

SET 1: Mansard Roof Cousins Campus Ice Cream Piano Classical Connect White Sky Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa This Life Sympathy New Dorp. New York Rich Man, Oxford Comma Capricorn Gen-X Corps A-Punk Diane Young Prep-School Gangsters Harmony Hall Hope

ENCORE: Mary Boone Mr. Brightside Do I Wanna Know? Dancing in the Dark A Message to You Rudy Dancing Queen Back in Black Uncle John's Band Worship You Ya Hey


Rich Man featured Mike on bass and vocals (Mike's band was the opening act).

During Tiny Little World, Mike held up a blender to the microphone while the blender was turned on. Drew Carey appeared on stage and started to dance. While dancing, he rummaged through the front of his pants for a while before producing a vegan sausage. Mike opened the blender and Drew stuffed the sausage in the blender while it was whirring. Mike then triumphantly held up the blender. This was a nod to where Drew had recently said he would stick his dick in a blender in exchange for this (seeing Phish at Sphere).

This performance was part of the Songwriters Hall of Fame 2024 induction ceremony. Trey joined the house band on guitar and vocals on Kid Charlemagne and Reelin' in the Years for Steely Dan's induction.

SET 1: Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway) My Life The Entertainer Vienna Born to Run Zanzibar Start Me Up An Innocent Man Don't Ask Me Why New York State of Mind Allentown Turn the Lights Back On Movin' Out (Anthony's Song) Keeping the Faith She's Always A Woman Sleeping with the Television On, Layla, Only the Good Die Young Sometimes a Fantasy The River of Dreams River Deep, Mountain High Nessun dorma Scenes From an Italian Restaurant Piano Man

ENCORE: We Didn't Start the Fire Uptown Girl It's Still Rock and Roll to Me Big Shot You May Be Right


Trey sat in on guitar for Sleeping with the Television On, Layla (which was performed as only the outro), and You May Be Right and provided vocals for Sleeping with the Television On and You May Be Right.

This performance was part of Boston Calling Music Festival and took place on the Happy Valley Red Stage.

After Spin, somebody in the crowd shouted "Let's go Rangers" and Trey said "that solo was dedicated to Chris Kreider." When the Words Go Away and Heavy Things featured Trey on acoustic.

This show featured the debut of The Kid in the Sky. Trey teased Third Stone From the Sun in First Tube. Lost in the Pack and Shade featured Trey on acoustic.

This show featured the debut of Mists of the Past. Brian and Robert featured Trey on acoustic. Theme From the Bottom and Limb By Limb were performed by Trey solo acoustic.

This show featured the full band debut of Snowflakes in the Sand (all prior versions had been performed solo acoustic by Trey) with Trey on acoustic. When the Words Go Away and Brian and Robert were Trey solo acoustic.

This show featured the debut of Long Long Time. Trey teased Let's Go Blue in Undermind. Llama was performed in an alternate arrangement. Heavy Things and Shade featured Trey on acoustic. Strange Design was performed by Trey solo acoustic.

This show featured the debuts of What's Going Through Your Mind, Poppyhead, and Demons. What's Going Through Your Mind was introduced by Trey as "Your Mind."

SET 1: Napti Lek


Mike sat in on keys for Napti Lek.

Mike sat in on He's Gone and Scarlet Begonias.

The band took the stage while pre-recorded music similar to Plasma played, before beginning the song. During Ghost, the neon-colored outlines of three giant robots appeared to tower over the band, with their facial expressions varying and their arms and bodies swaying slowly. The three robots were then replaced by one massive robot, with spotlights utilized to make it appear as if beams of light were coming from the robot's eyes, before the original three robots returned for the remainder of the jam. During Divided Sky, the dome became a view of a sea of clouds, with patches of blue sky above. As the clouds moved, their appearance varied from purple sunset hues to dark and stormy, with the movement stopping and all of the color fading during the pause before returning for the rest of the song. Page teased Linus and Lucy at the end of Divided Sky. Trey began Shade on acoustic guitar. During Shade, an eclipsed star was shown behind the band, with its corona of changing colors visible and a silhouette of the band in the center. During Sea of Stars, the dome became filled with a curtain of gold-colored four-point stars, which twinkled and waved in front of roiling clouds. During 2001, the dome became a starfield before being illuminated by replicated images of the stage lights. Mike teased Plasma during Light. During Ether Edge, a string of umbrellas with colored drops trailing beneath were raised to either side of the stage. The umbrellas were lowered again during Piper. During First Tube, the dome again became a starfield, this time with a ring of stars centered above the stage slowly swirling. As the second "verse" of First Tube began, a white vortex appeared in this area. As the stars in its orbit began to become multicolored, the vortex pulled in their light and created flowing, rainbow-hued ribbons that grew as the jam progressed. Prior to More, Trey thanked the production team behind the Sphere shows, and said that he thinks the band will return to the venue. After Slave, the band gathered at the front of the stage to take bows and have a picture taken in front of the crowd. This show was connected to the other three with each night's setlist tied into a state of matter. This performance's matter type was plasma.

During Tube, the dome seemed to fill with soap bubbles which reflected the venue and drifted in front of a nebula of changing colors. During Pillow Jets, the view became that of a grassy path through a grove of trees under a starlit sky. Travelling down the path as the jam progressed, the grass and trees became tinged with glowing, multi-colored light, which periodically intensified and erupted from the ground through the branches, creating a firework effect. Mike and Trey teased Manteca during Steam. During Mountains in the Mist, the dome made it appear as if the venue was nestled in an evergreen-covered mountain range, with mist shrouding the sky from view. During Taste, the entire dome appeared to become covered in turning rings of Jim Pollock illustrations from the covers of the Live Phish CD releases, rendered in gold and black. During Sigma Oasis, the dome became a cloudscape, with trees, birds and sea creatures made out of bubbling clouds. During Fuego, a spotlight was used to create a silhouette of the band, with the image then recreated across the dome with effects added to make the band appear as flaming shadow people. During Twist, the dome became filled with multicolored letters tumbling before a backdrop of pulsing red circles. I Am Hydrogen was performed in a show without Mike's Song and Weekapaug Groove for the first time since October 31, 1987 (2,024 shows). A Life Beyond The Dream featured Trey on acoustic guitar. During Tweezer Reprise, the dome again displayed images of cars, this time tumbling into the distance. This show was connected to the other three with each night's setlist tied into a state of matter. This performance's matter type was gas.

The band took the stage while pre-show music similar to a Free jam played, which continued until they began the song and waterfalls of colored light suddenly cascaded from the top of the dome. During Moma, a moving, 360-degree live shot of the crowd and band was displayed, with psychedelic colors and effects. During Mercy, the dome displayed an overhead view of a sparkling ocean, with small birds in pastel colors flying over the water. During Gin, the entire dome became an overhead view of a large wave pool, filled with hundreds of people on food-shaped inflatables drifting and spinning. During the Gin jam, the images of the bathers became blurred and abstract, forming a neon kaleidoscope effect. During Theme, the entire dome became an underwater seascape, with kelp forest, fish, human swimmers, and light from the surface shining down from the top. Theme also contained a DEG tease from Trey. At the start of ASIHTOS, jellyfish puppets were raised on each side of the stage, while the dome remained dark. Once the jam began, the light on the dome came up to reveal another underwater seascape, whose plants and fish became luminous as the rest of the light dimmed again. During Caspian, this seascape changed to a view from within the columns and arches of a sunken monument. As YEM began, the entire dome became the view from inside of a car as it entered a "Tunnel of Luv" car wash, with the stage appearing to sit on top of the middle of the dashboard. The car progressed through the wash as YEM continued, with Trey's solo during the wax and wheel scrub, and the bass and drums as the car was dried and exited the wash. Suddenly the car view was gone, and it appeared that the dome was clear, with a puppy licking it from the outside, in slow-motion, for the duration of the vocal jam. During Velvet Sea, the dome appeared to be covered in flowing red velvet, with photographs of the band throughout the years appearing and disappearing among the fabric. By the end of the song, the entire dome was covered in photos. Trey teased The Secret of Life (The Dead Milkmen) in Hood. This show was connected to the other three with each night's setlist tied into a state of matter. This performance's matter type was liquid.

The band took the stage while the pre-show electronic music continued. During Back on the Train, psychedelic images of passing countryside were displayed behind and above the band, rotating in opposite directions in different sections of the dome. Trey teased Mercy, Mercy, Mercy in Wolfman's Brother. During Maze, psychedelic live images of each band member appeared, stacked on top of each other. These images then fragmented and spread out, dancing and turning throughout the jam. During Leaves, several giant paper lanterns appeared, flanking the stage, while the dome showed a multitude of paper lanterns floating over water, with the moon shining above. During Life Saving Gun, the dome displayed stacks of old-style televisions with rabbit ears, with each television showing a live shot of one of the band members. These TVs moved and rotated as the jam progressed. After the song, Trey said that he "loves any song with a Jon Fishman percussion rinse," and told the crowd they should see the Sphere from the stage. During Dirt, the dome showed a forest view, looking upwards through trees at a purple-hued sky. During Tweezer, a field of multi-colored cars appeared behind the band, changing in size and shape and with their headlights blinking on and off in patterns, while other cars drove past overhead. My Friend, My Friend included live spotlight silhouettes of the band members projected across the entire dome and Egg in a Hole quotes from Mike and did not contain the "Myfe" ending. The projections during Mike's Song made it seem as if the venue was outdoors, with the band playing in front of a body of water with a rotating sculpture on the far shore. During Lifeboy, the sun went down and a number of other rotating sculptures lit up in the sky, creating a golden star-scape. The sun then rose again during Weekapaug. Blaze On's lyrics were changed to "dancing in the Sphere." Farmhouse began and ended with Trey on acoustic guitar, as well as images of a farmhouse in a field under a night sky filled with stars and aurorae. This show was connected to the other three with each night's setlist tied into a state of matter. This performance's matter type was solid.

SET 1: B Soul!, Release


Trey sat on guitar for the last two songs of this set.

SET 1: Cosmic Charlie They Love Each Other Friend of the Devil Bird Song Jack-A-Roe Brokedown Palace

SET 2: Promised Land Box of Rain Viola Lee Blues Bertha Viola Lee Blues Eyes of the World

ENCORE: Estimated Prophet, Let It Grow, Sugar Magnolia


Mike sat in on bass for the encore. This performance celebrated Phil's 84th birthday,

Fish sat in drums for this set which was part of "Go Big For Hunger." Althea featured Tim Tyler on guitar and vocals. Dark Hollow featured Charles Wigo IV on guitar and vocals. Jay Monihan played saxophone on (I'm a) Roadrunner and John Hanrahan played tambourine on (I'm a) Roadrunner and Lonesome and a Long Way From Home through the end of the set. Señor (Tales of Yankee Power), Day Tripper, and And We Bid You Good Night featured Jennifer Segal, Sarah Boyden, and Erica Swift on backup vocals with Darby Sabin singing lead on Day Tripper, Kevin Ropes was on keys for various points in this set.

Fish sat in drums for this set which was part of "Go Big For Hunger." Together We Try featured Tyrone Vaughn on guitar and Tom Constanten on keys. Tyrone also played on When I Left You In Boston. Happy Birthday was sung for Lucas.

Fish sat in drums for this set which was part of "Go Big For Hunger." Looks Like Rain featured Jeff Glidden on drums and Charles Wigo IV on guitar and vocals. Cassidy featured Robbie Jeffrey on guitar and vocals, Phil Engel on drums, Steve Chipman on bass, Kevin Roper on keys. Kevin stayed on keys for Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again which had lyrics changed to "built a fire on Federal Street." Cissy Strut featured Greg Martens adding lyrics and Jay Moynihan on saxophone. John teased Promised Land before My Brothers and Sisters. Promised Land featured John Hanrahan on tambourine. Little Wing featured Tyrone Vaughn on guitar and vocals. Box of Rain featured Darby Sabin on guitar and vocals. Darby also sang on Not Fade Away.

Chalk Dust Torture Reprise was performed for the first time since December 28, 2019 (142 shows). Mike teased Sundown in Bathtub Gin.

Trey teased Mull in 46 Days. Chalk Dust was unfinished and contained a Shipwreck quote. At the end of the show, Trey quoted Buffalo Bill from the film The Silence of the Lambs, saying "It puts the lotion on its skin."

Driver was performed for the first time since July 30, 2021 (131 shows). Shipwreck was quoted in Axilla (Part II)

Down with Disease was unfinished and its lyrics were changed to "dancing on my beach." Trey dedicated The Mango Song to Ellie, a young fan who had recently passed away.

This was the soundcheck for Phish's upcoming performances at Moon Palace.

SET 1: Pretty Bird Shotgun Just Breathe Seek Up Little Thing Do You Remember Rapunzel All You Wanted Was Tomorrow The Maker Tripping Billies Cello Suite No.1 in G Major Lover Lay Down Why I Am The Ocean and the Butterfly Too Much You Never Know In Your Eyes Looking for a Vein You & Me So Damn Lucky, Dodo, Up On Cripple Creek

ENCORE: Funny How Time Slips Away Corn Bread All Along the Watchtower Stairway to Heaven All Along the Watchtower

ENCORE 2: Some Devil


Trey sat in on piano for So Damn Lucky and guitar for Dodo and Up On Cripple Creek. Stairway to Heaven was incomplete.

Tube contained teases of the theme to The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Harpua was unfinished and contained a Vibration of Life tease. During the Harpua narration, Trey talked about some of the Harpuas and Phish shows at Madison Square Garden of the past 40 years, and a bed appeared from beneath the front of the stage with an actor playing Jimmy and a puppet version of Poster Nutbag. Trey then interrupted the song before the "I want a dog" lyric and said Jimmy had lacked a strong female influence over the years and introduced actress Annie Golden as Jimmy's grandmother. While consoling Jimmy, she told him it was time to tell the truth about the owner of Harpua. After telling Jimmy that the old man had given the puppet to Esther and helped Jimmy's cousin Reba make liquid meat, a vinyl record (with a rhombus on the cover) was brought forth and Jimmy's grandmother said "it's time... it's New Year's Eve and I can't let you ring another new year without knowing the real story of Gamehendge!" leading into The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday and a glowing rhombus rising to frame the entire stage. The band then began the first performance of the Gamehendge saga since July 8, 1994 (1,194 shows), with Golden and Trey providing the narration and performers acting out the parts of Colonel Forbin, Rutherford, the AC/DC Bag, Tela, Errand Wolfe (later billed in post show credits as "The Wolf"), and the Sloth. The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday, The Lizards, Tela, Wilson, Divided Sky, Colonel Forbin's Ascent, Fly Famous Mockingbird, and Split Open and Melt featured an off-stage backing chorus. The multi-beast and McGrupp were also performed by puppets. Tela performed acrobatics on wires during her song, with Jo Lampert (as the Wolf) providing additional vocals during Wilson. The Sloth's lyrics were changed to "I'm squeezing that Charmin. Thank you Mr. Whipple. I'm still squeezing that Charmin. Thank you Mr. Whipple." Colonel Forbin ascended the rhombus during Colonel Forbin's Ascent (which had lyrics changed to "weary body"), and a large Famous Mockingbird puppet (with a top hat) flew over the crowd during Fly Famous Mockingbird, which also featured Annie Golden on additional vocals. Before Melt, Trey asked Jimmy's grandmother if she knew that the mountain was a volcano, and the Lizards reappeared to dance to the ensuing Melt jam, eventually leaving the stage one by one as the rhombus was lowered again.

Trey teased San-Ho Zay in No Men In No Men's Land. Mike quoted No Men In No Men's Land during Ghost. Mike's Song contained sound effects used earlier in the show during The Howling. Page teased Linus and Lucy in A Wave of Hope.

Soundcheck: Halfway Home, It's Happening Again, ...And Flew Away, Outside the Lines, Hey Stranger, Tubthumping (x3)

SET 1: Back on the Train, Sand, Tubthumping > Happy Birthday to You, Outside the Lines, Wolfman's Brother, The Moma Dance > No Men In No Man's Land, Steam, Blaze On > Ghost


This unannounced set (billed ahead of time as Soule Monde) was part of an evening celebrating Tom Marshall's 60th birthday and featured the TAB debut of Tubthumping with Tom on vocals and Tony Perusso on trumpet. Tubthumping had last been performed by a member of Phish on November 21, 1998 when Phish themselves performed it (also with Tom on vocals). Happy Birthday to You also featured Tony Perusso on trumpet. During the soundcheck, It's Happening Again was performed several times and Tubthumping featured Tom on vocals.

This was a private performance celebrating Tom Marshall's 60th birthday that took place prior to the evening's public show also at the Stone Pony. All songs featured Tom Marshall on additional vocals. I Never Left Home featured Anthony Krizan and Cal Kehoe on guitar. Anna Marshall sang lead vocals on Be a Friend.

This performance was part of "A Party to Celebrate the Life and Music of James Casey" and featured the TAB debut of Express Yourself. Ryan Zoidis sat in on saxophone for the entire set. Everything's Right through Rise/Come Together featured Mike Maher on trumpet and Alecia Chakour on vocals. Jo Lampert added vocals to Everything's Right and Rise/Come Together. Erin Boyd and Elenna Canlas also provided additional vocals on Rise/Come Together.

This set was part of Hulaween and took place on the Meadow stage. Llama was performed in an alternate arrangement. Sand began with an I Never Needed You Like This Before tease from Trey.

Everything is Hollow was performed for the first time since December 8, 2019 (135 Shows). Trey teased Third Stone From the Sun during Vultures. Drowned was played for the first time since August 14, 2021 (114 Shows). Trey teased Cissy Strut in A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing. Tweezer was performed as a "continuation" of October 13th's version (played between the original Tweezer on that night and the Tweezer Reprise that would follow later in this show) and had no lyrics. Trey teased Get Back in Simple. Spanish Moon was played for the first time since February 21, 2019 (171 shows).

Weigh was performed for the first time since August 31, 2021 (108 shows). 46 Days included a Chest Fever jam. Corinna was performed for the first time since October 15, 2021 (103 shows). Chalk Dust was unfinished.

The band walked out to audio from Friday the 13th (this was also the postshow music). Trey teased Izabella in Halley's Comet. Albuquerque was performed for the first time since June 11, 2011 (458 shows). Trey and Mike teased A Love Supreme in Light. Talk was last played on November 01, 2009 (536 shows) and was incomplete.

My Friend My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Crazy Sometimes was performed for the first time since December 8, 2019 (132 shows). Page and Trey teased Beauty of a Broken Heart in Ruby Waves. Trey quoted I Am the Walrus in Egg in a Hole and said Mike was the walrus. Mike also quoted The Night Chicago Died in Egg in a Hole. Trey referred to Mike as "the Eggman" in the Possum intro.

Cool Amber and Mercury was performed for the first time since August 29, 2021 (106 shows). Following Buffalo Bill, Trey remarked that the song is a classic and "they don't write 'em like that anymore." He then quoted Buffalo Bill from the film The Silence of the Lambs, saying "It puts the lotion on its skin."

Sightless Escape was performed for the first time since September 1, 2019 (138 shows). Cinnamon Girl was last played July 29, 2017 (219 shows). Trey sang part of Seven Below's melody in the YEM vocal jam.

Also Sprach Zarathustra (commonly called 2001) was performed on what the band believed to be their 2,001st show (Mike had discussed a day earlier on Instagram that he had been informed to the best of their knowledge that October 6th was the band's 2,000th show). Llama was performed in an alternate arrangement.

Axilla contained the Axilla II ending. Trey teased Dave's Energy Guide in Wolfman's Brother. Torn and Frayed was played for the first time since August 27, 2021 (105 shows).

Mike sat in on bass for the above songs and sang vocals on Old Habits and The Bottle Let Me Down.

This performance was part of Sound On Sound and was dedicated to James Casey (this was the first TAB show since his passing). Trey teased Layla in Push On 'Til the Day.

SET 1: The Seeker, Bell Bottom Blues, Layla

ENCORE: A Song For You Soul Sweet Song Sing a Simple Song > I Want to Take You Higher


Trey sat in on guitar for the last three songs of Tedeschi Trucks Band's set (The Seeker, Bell Bottom Blues, Layla) and Sing a Simple Song and I Want to Take You Higher. Layla also featured Lukas Nelson on guitar and Sing a Simple Song and I Want to Take You Higher featured Lukas Nelson on guitar and Norah Jones on piano.

SET 1: Trudy


This performance was part of the Healing Appalachia festival. Trey sat in on guitar for Trudy during Tyler Childers's headlining set after performing with "Classic TAB" in the previous set.

This set was part of Borderland Music + Arts Festival, took place on the Main Stage, and was dedicated to James Casey. Llama was performed in an alternate arrangement.

Heavy Things, the TAB debut of Lost in the Pack, and Brian and Robert featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Llama was performed in an alternate arrangement. Trey teased Super Bad in Gotta Jibboo. Trey performed Strange Design solo acoustic.

This performance took place at the Coors Light Blues Tent. Blaze On's lyrics were changed to "dancing in the tent." Trey teased Moby Dick in A Wave of Hope.

This performance was part of ALL IN Music & Arts Festival and took place in the Indosphere (officially known as the Indiana Farmers Coliseum).

Trey performed along with Les Claypool, Bob Weir, and Billy Strings at Billy's wedding. This setlist is incomplete.

The proceeds from this concert went towards The Vermont Community Foundation's VT Flood Response & Recovery Fund. Mike Gordon was a special guest and performed multiple songs. This list is incomplete.

Reba did not contain the whistling ending. Chalk Dust was unfinished. Mike teased Merrily We Roll Along after the soundcheck's Fast Enough for You.

Trey dedicated Carini to Frenchie (Tim Gazaille), a fan who had passed away earlier in the year and was the "naked guy" during the rain delay at Dick's the previous summer. Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Halley's Comet. Blaze On's lyrics were changed to "we'll be dancing here at Dick's." We Are Come To Outlive Our Brains was performed for the first time since August 6, 2021 (109 shows).

This performance was a benefit for Vermont and Upstate New York flood recovery efforts. Down with Disease was unfinished. Golden Age through Possum featured Derek Trucks on guitar. Trey teased If I Only Had a Brain in Everything's Right.

This private pre-show ahead of the Phish show at Saratoga Performing Arts Center was for Waterwheel Foundation Package ticket holders. All songs were performed acoustic. Trey teased We Welcome You to Munchkinland after Water in the Sky and said he had no clue that the previous day (in which he teased We Welcome You to Munchkinland several times during the Phish show) had been the anniversary of the release of The Wizard of Oz.

This performance was a benefit for Vermont and Upstate New York flood recovery efforts and was a free webcast with all proceeds via donation going to those efforts. Coinciding with the 84th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz being released in the United States on the date of this show, Trey teased We Welcome You to Munchkinland (or It Really Was No Miracle) several times in Sand as well as at the end of Chalk Dust Torture, Fish wore his hair with a single pigtail sticking out of the front of his head like a munchkin for the second set, and We Welcome You to Munchkinland was the postshow music. Trey also teased Dave's Energy Guide in Sand.

This private pre-show ahead of the Phish show at Saratoga Performing Arts Center was for Waterwheel Foundation Package ticket holders. All songs were performed acoustic.

Trey teased The Secret of Life (The Dead Milkmen) in Divided Sky. In NICU, Trey asked Page to "Play it slowly for us, Leo!" Guy Forget was played for the first time since September 4, 2011 (425 shows). The second Tweezer included a Frankenstein tease from Trey. Everything's Right had quotes of Manteca by Fish and teases of Tweezer from Trey, Page, and Fish.

This show featured the Phish debut of Back in the Bubble. Halley's Comet's lyrics were changed to "central part of New York City." Trey teased We're Off to See the Wizard in Roggae and Nellie Kane in Crosseyed.

Page and Trey teased Frankenstein in It's Ice. Cavern was played in a slower, funkier manner than usual. Trey quoted The Well in The Howling. Frankenstein was played for the first time since December 7, 2019 (120 shows) and featured Page on keytar. Slave's lyrics were changed to "see the greatest city."

This show featured the Phish debut of Broken Into Pieces and the first Sanity since August 6, 2021 (103 shows). Fish quoted The Well in Wolfman's Brother. Kill Devil Falls was unfinished.

This show featured the debut of Life Saving Gun. AC/DC Bag was unfinished and My Friend My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. After Llama, Trey said he wasn't sure if they had already played Llama (during the band's seven night residency at Madison Square Garden) and after Fish said they hadn't, Trey said "let's play it again!" and Llama was started again for a few seconds. Trey teased ...And Flew Away in Tube. Page teased Let's Spend the Night Together in Suzy Greenberg.

Bug was dedicated to Jovi (who had joined Trey on stage to sing the song on June 20, 2022), who was in attendance. Trey teased Stash in The Wedge. Also Sprach Zarathustra was unfinished and included a Psycho Killer tease from Trey. Cracklin' Rosie was performed for the first time since July 6, 2012 (397 shows).

Trey and Page teased Can't You Hear Me Knocking in A Wave of Hope. The lyrics in Cities were changed to "find the best city to live in" and "I found myself a city to live in."

Fish teased I Am Hydrogen at the end of the first Mike's Song. The Moma Dance was unfinished. Backwards Down the Number Line was played for Chris Kuroda's birthday. Trey teased Set Your Soul Free in Carini.

Happy Birthday was performed for Lisa Simpson (she had made Fish's "Syracuse colored" dress for the evening and was in attendance). Trey and Page teased That's All in Tweezer. Page teased Long Tall Glasses in Possum and Hold Your Head Up after I Didn't Know. The soundcheck's My Soul had Dog Log lyrics.

This show featured the Phish debut of Monsters. Page teased Taxman in Rock and Roll. In the soundcheck, Trey briefly worked on Sugar Shack in between the Clear Your Minds. A few seconds of Memories and Carolina were sung after the final full band Grind.

This show featured the Phish debut of Pillow Jets (previously known as On Pillow Jets when it debuted with the Trey Anastasio Trio a month earlier). Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Maze. Page teased Eleanor Rigby in David Bowie and Ruby Waves. The soundcheck's My Soul contained a Monsters quote from a Trey. Trey teased Back on the Train and Divided Sky after the rest of the band left the stage during the soundcheck.
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