Setlists Matching City: Portland, State: ME, Country: USA, All Artists


Nellie Kane was played for the first time since July 1, 2000 (137 shows). Before Meat, Trey announced (in a reference to Meat's lyrics) that Mike had changed his name and is now "The Artist Formerly Known as Cactus" and "The Artist Presently Known as Prince."  Subsequently, during Meat, Trey introduced Mike as "Prince" and Fish as "Prince's alter ego on the drums, 'Princess.'" Free Bird was played for the first time since June 22, 2000 (144 shows) and was performed a cappella for the first time since December 29, 1998 (223 shows).

The YEM vocal jam segued into an a cappella Tweezer Reprise. Tweezer Reprise was subsequently played in its normal manner to close out the show.

My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Prince Caspian was preceded by Trey discussing how Portland was supposed to be Elvis’s last show so this song was for his kid, the prince. Reba did not have the whistling ending. The Dog Logs were part of Trey’s announced “Dog Log” album and were preceded by Trey coaching the audience’s reaction. Dog Log had not been played since August 2, 1993 (218 shows). Tube was played as a thank-you for helping out with the “album.” Funky Bitch and WMGGW featured Warren Haynes on guitar.


Dream On and Dave’s Energy Guide were both jammed during Bowie. The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Trey teased Call to the Post at the end of PYITE. Weekapaug contained a vocal jam and was unfinished. Slave was played in response to a chant from the front row.

Loving Cup made its Phish debut at this show and was the first tune played on Page's new baby grand. Page teased Call to the Post before Loving Cup. This show also featured the debuts of Wedge and Lifeboy. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone, the beginning of My Friend and all of Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar, and Big Ball Jam featured Fish on vacuum. Tweezer and YEM both contained "Water Your Team in a Beehive I'm a Sent You" lyrics. YEM also contained My Girl teases and Terrapin (after Big Ball Jam) contained I Feel Free teases from Page. Trey teased You Don't Love Me in Possum. The Amazing Grace encore (also a Phish debut) was performed without amplification.


This show was part of the H.O.R.D.E. tour that also featured Aquarium Rescue Unit, Blues Traveler, The Spin Doctors and Widespread Panic. Glide was preceded by an All Things Reconsidered tease and a Simpsons signal. The intro to Bowie included an All Fall Down signal.

After Divided Sky, Trey spoke about how “exceptional” the room was, and how “inspiring” it was to play in.  He explained that the band had engaged in “philosophical discussions” about standing versus sitting at shows.  He said that some people may prefer to sit rather than stand and dance, and that the band hoped that everyone would be considerate of each other. (He also noted that he prefers to dance while listening to live music, while Page prefers to sit.) Trey added that he did not want anyone to feel uncomfortable about dancing in the aisles. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones.

The beginning of Hydrogen included the lyrics "I walk awakening on the misty fields of forever." There are no recordings of this show in circulation.

Soundcheck: Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)

SET 1: Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove


The songs listed here were from Mike's notes and may be from either set. The rest of the setlist is unknown. The source of this setlist is Phish.com.

Bowie included teases of Wilson, the Sesame Street theme, Entrance of the Gladiators, and Manteca, an Antelope-style jam segment, and was unfinished. The listing for the second set is most likely incomplete.

Other than the two songs listed by Mike in his notes, the setlist for this show is unknown. It is possible the songs listed came from either set or from soundcheck. The source of this information is phish.com.

No known setlist


While it is believed this show was played, confirmation could not be established.
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