Setlists Matching City: Philadelphia, State: PA, Country: USA, All Artists


This show celebrated Phish Radio on Sirius XM with a large allotment of tickets given to Sirius listeners. Hello My Baby was performed for the first time since June 18, 2009 (417 shows). Jesus Just Left Chicago was played for the first time since October 22, 2014 (186 shows). Chalk Dust Torture was unfinished. Weekapaug Groove contained Ass Handed quotes from Trey, Fish, and Page. 2001 contained Skin It Back teases from Mike and Trey and featured Fish on Marimba Lumina

Soundcheck: Friends, Tide Turns, Things People Do, Unknown song (unconfirmed and possibly incomplete)

SET 1: Wolfman's Brother, Your Pet Cat, Blaze On, Waking Up Dead[1], Llama[2], Devotion To a Dream, Reba, Mike's Song > Horn > Farmhouse > Weekapaug Groove

SET 2: Crosseyed and Painless -> Friends[1], Down with Disease[3] > What's the Use? > Meatstick > The Line, Tide Turns[1], Backwards Down the Number Line, Dem Bones

ENCORE: Dear Prudence > Harry Hood


This show featured the debut of Waking Up Dead, Friends, and Tide Turns. Llama was performed in a slow funk style and ended with a Whole Lotta Love tease from Trey. The Birds was quoted in Weekapaug. DWD was unfinished.

The Birds was quoted at the end of Birds of a Feather. Sleep Again was last played August 7, 2010 (224 shows). This show featured the debut of Things People Do.YEM featured Trey on Marimba Lumina.

Free contained Martian Monster teases and quotes, Mike teased I Want You Back in Ya Mar, BOAF included quotes of The Birds, Page teased Tequila in Bathtub Gin and Trey quoted Martian Monster at the end of Hood. The soundcheck's Your Pet Cat contained Tomorrow's Song lyrics.

Skin It Back was played for the first time since August 22, 2012 (111 shows). The second Martian Monster of the set included part of the ending of Skin It Back. Bowie, Mule and Ghost contained Martian Monster quotes.  Mike teased Mercury in Bowie. Mule also contained a Marimba Lumina solo from Fish. Rock and Roll's lyrics were changed to reference Philadelphia.

The start of this show was delayed due to inclement weather. Fuego contained a Godzilla tease from Trey and a Cars Trucks Buses tease from Mike.

Kill Devil Falls contained San-Ho-Zay teases from Trey. During Wilson, Trey implored Mike to take a "heavy metal bass solo" (and Mike complied). The lyrics to Antelope were changed to "Been you to have any Mike, man?" followed by another bass solo from Mike.

Cities was played in response to a fan with a sign requesting the song and featured alternative lyrics referencing Thanksgiving. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Disease was unfinished. Much of Weekapaug was played at a significantly slower pace than normal. Prior to ADITL, Fish teased the Weekapaug drumbeat.

SET 1: No Expectations, Sidewalk Stars, Easy as Pie, Yes She Do (No She Don't), 40 Miles From Denver, Get Me Outta This City, Raleigh & Spencer, Funtime [1], Just the Same[1], Kentucky Mandolin[1] > Up On The Hill Where They Do The Boogie[1]

SET 2: Death Trip[1], New Deal Train[1], Granny Wontcha Smoke Some Marijuana[1], Only a Northern Song[1], Southbound[1], Hold Whatcha Got[1], Fingerprint[1], Classic Situation[1], Catch a Criminal[1], Nothin' But Nothin'[1], Girlfriend is Better[1] > Cuckoo's Nest[1]

ENCORE: Whipping Post[1]

SET 1: Shine [1], Sleep Again[1], Invisible[1], Tuesday[1]


Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Seven Below, Julius, and Twist. The lyrics to Makisupa referenced waking up “in Hempstead.” Later in Makisupa, Trey commented on the upcoming 20th anniversary of the band, and noted Makisupa as the first original Phish song ever played. Trey also commented on his long-standing friendship with Tom Marshall and said that Tom had written Makisupa when he was a child. Trey brought Tom out on stage and noted that he thought Makisupa was written in 1969, leading Tom to note that we “have a 60’s song.” As Tom prepared to handle vocals on Buffalo Bill, Trey noted: “Tom is now going to sing you a song about a boss, a log, and a piece of rope.”

SET 1: Rich Man's Welfare, The Bridge, The Hen, Goldmine, Reality, Hopscotch [1], Look Out, Nasty Disposition > Manic Depression, Bag of Funk


This was a taping for Philadelphia’s Y100 Sonic Sessions radio program. This set was performed to a live audience of approximately fifty, and was first aired on Sunday, May 28, 2000.

This in-studio set took place after the Sonic Sessions taping and aired on the nationally syndicated public radio program, World Café. The version of First Tube from this performance appears on WXPN’s Live @ the World Cafe, 10th Anniversary CD.

Sneakin’ Sally began with an AC/DC Bag tease and did not contain a vocal jam. Trey teased Sand in Ghost. Possum included an All Fall Down signal.

Bowie was unfinished. The jam out of Have Mercy included a snippet of Bowie before returning to Have Mercy. The subsequent reggae-style HYHU contained a Have Mercy melody before leading to a vacuum solo. The Little Drummer Boy was teased in the second HYHU.

Drowned included a Couldn’t Stand the Weather jam. 2001 contained Super Bad teases from Trey. Bowie was preceded by a Charge! tease, included Take Me Out to the Ballgame and Baby Elephant Walk teases, a Simpsons signal, and was unfinished.

Disease was unfinished. Simple featured a Trey/Page musical duet. Dog Faced Boy was played for the first time since August 12, 1996 (109 shows). Ya Mar included a fun play on the actual lyrics and a Crosseyed and Painless tease. Trey teased Izabella in Weekapaug.

Phish performed the national anthem before a Philadelphia Flyers hockey game.

Phish performed the national anthem before game 2 of the NHL Eastern Conference Finals between the Philadelphia Flyers and the New York Rangers.

Squirming Coil contained a Sesame Street theme tease from Page. Mike performed the Phish debut of Sixteen Candles solo on piano. Tom Marshall contributed the vocals to the Phish debut of Champagne Supernova as Harpua, Poster, and Jimmy were confronted by the “Über Demon” and the “evil sound of hell.” This show featured the breakout of Caravan, which had been shelved since December 2, 1994 (160 shows).

Makisupa Policeman included the cryptic lyrics “Stink, Stank, Stunk,” which may have been a reference to the theme song in The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. Weekapaug Groove ended with a long Page solo. The Star Spangled Banner was dedicated to Kate Smith, who used to sing God Bless America at Flyers’ home hockey games.

Trey teased Lazy (Deep Purple) in Chalk Dust. Possum included Oom Pa Pa, Simpsons and All Fall Down signals and a Voodoo Child tease from Trey. Trey mentioned that he saw his first concert (Jethro Tull) in this very venue. Mallory debuted at this show.

During I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fish as “Cedric Harris.” The Maze intro included Taps teases from Trey and Weekapaug contained teases of Mainstreet and Dreaming (Blondie).

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Suzy contained a Lifeboy tease from Trey. After Acoustic Army, Trey thanked the crowd for being so quiet. The band then proceeded to don surgical masks for Adeline. The masks were provided by a fan in the front – Trey thanked him for the “hats.” The encore was preceded by Random Note and Simpsons signals.

Julius included a Buried Alive tease by Trey. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Weekapaug Groove contained Cars Trucks Buses, Auld Lang Syne, and Little Drummer Boy teases as well as a vocal jam.

The beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Antelope contained Nellie Kane teases and a Simpsons signal. This show featured the Phish debuts of Also Sprach Zarathustra, Yerushalayim Shel Zahav, and Purple Rain. The soundcheck's Dog Log was performed in a ska style.

This set was an opener for Santana. Trey used his microphone stand as a slide during Foam.

‘A’ Train included a Simpsons signal. Bowie contained a tease of All Things Reconsidered as well as Will the Circle Be Unbroken? and Get Back signals. Fish used both the cymbals and the Bag-Vac during Rosie. Three Blind Mice was teased in the YEM vocal jam.
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