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This show featured the debut of Keepin’ It Real. Scents and Subtle Sounds did not contain the intro and included a Theme from S.W.A.T. tease from Trey.

Demand was played for the first time since December 31, 2009 (258 shows). Alumni Blues and Letter to Jimmy Page were played for the first time since August 3, 2013 (114 shows). Cry Baby Cry was played for the first time since November 21, 1998 (496 shows). Sing Monica was dedicated to producer Bob Ezrin, who was in attendance. Walk Away was played for the first time since October 29, 2013 (100 shows). Mike teased Whole Lotta Love in Bowie. Fee featured Trey on megaphone. Weekapaug featured Trey on Marimba Lumina and Mike on keys. Character Zero was sung almost entirely by the audience, with the band providing the chorus..

DWD contained I Dream of Jeannie theme and Under Pressure teases and was unfinished. Fuego included a Bug tease from Trey. Ghost contained a HYHU tease from Trey and a Weekapaug Groove tease from Fish. Scents and Subtle Sounds did not contain the Intro, but did include a DEG tease. Manteca was last played June 16, 2012 (165 shows).

Immediately following the San Francisco Giants winning game seven of the World Series, We Are the Champions was teased by the full band in Moma. Yarmouth also included a We Are the Champions tease from Trey.  Following a "let's go Giants" chant after The Wedge, Page congratulated the Giants, adding that he watched the whole series. Trey told the crowd that Page was a Mets fan and that Page watches every Mets game streamed on his phone with many of them on the organ while the band's playing. Page said "we can't be world champions all the time" with Fish adding "or ever." Trey then introduced The Line in honor of the losers in sports. Disease was unfinished. Trey quoted All About That Bass in Contact.

Kill Devil Falls was unfinished. Trey teased Gumbo during Sanity and Antelope. Twist included a Smoke on the Water tease from Trey. Hood contained teases of Funk #49 as well as Ramblin' Man and Have Mercy teases from Trey.

Walfredo was played for the first time since June 27, 2010 (186 shows) and was in memory of Adam Berger, a fan who had passed away earlier in the year. Trey teased Simple in Camel Walk and the Munsters theme after Rift. Take Me Out to the Ballgame was a Phish debut, and was played as an instrumental.

Ya Mar contained a London Bridge Is Falling Down tease from Trey. After Ya Mar, Page said that Trey played his entire solo on one string. Train Song was last played on August 13, 2010 (120 shows). Runaway Jim was unfinished. Meatstick was teased in YEM.

Driver was played in memory of Ryan Hoherd, a fan who had passed away the previous fall. Trey teased Apostrophe in Mike's Song, Mike teased Nellie Kane in Weekapaug, and Trey teased both Waste and Also Sprach Zarathustra in Suzy.

Trey teased Nellie Kane in Crowd Control. Reba included a DEG tease. Bowie contained a Reba tease from Trey. Eleanor Rigby was teased prior to the start of the second set. Crosseyed contained a tease of The Cave. Light and Sneakin' Sally both included Crosseyed teases. Light also included a Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) tease. Mike teased China Cat Sunflower before Bug.

Wolfman's contained a vocal jam. After the soundcheck's My Soul, Trey and Fish teased Demand. Sailin' Shoes was performed by Fish and Mike only.

SET 1: Blackbird > Peggy-O, Friend of the Devil, Not Fade Away > Drums [1] > Not Fade Away[1]

SET 1: Out of the Blue, Sidewalk Stars, Rain Still Falls, Don't You Lean On Me, Belle Parker, Fastball, Looking Back Over My Shoulder, Another Day, Half Moon Rising, Casualty, Winds On Fire, Robots [1], Steep Grade Sharp Curves[1]

SET 2: Angel > Follow Me Down to the Riverside > Angel, How 'Bout You?[1], Fingerprint[1], Cuckoo's Nest[1], Fine Excuses[1], I'm the Slime[1], Southbound[1], Just the Same[1], If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go)[1] > Midwest Gospel Radio[1] > East Nashville Easter[1] > If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go)[1]

ENCORE: Catch a Criminal[1], Death Trip[1]

SET 1: Hey Music Lover [1]

SET 1: Salsa, Run For Your Life, 3 Stroke, March, You Gotta Move, Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin), Shake Your Hips, What G-D Has For Me, Voodoo Child is Iron Man, I Don't Know What You Come to Do [1]

ENCORE: Papa Was a Rollin' Stone[1]


This “under the radar” show was never formally announced by Phish. San Francisco radio station KFOG leaked word of an upcoming “surprise announcement” two weeks before the show, telling Phish fans to tune in on Saturday morning for details. The 11:00 a.m. announcement was that tickets would be sold at noon the vacant Pier 32, prompting a mad rush of fans to the waterfront. Of the several thousand who arrived, roughly four hundred lucky people were able to buy vouchers entitling them to a pair of tickets. Prior to Brian and Robert, Trey said that Fish used to hate the yellow light and that Fish used to have a list of things that he hated, adding that every time they found out something Fish hated, they'd always do it (prompting Page to tease HYHU, which Fish also hates). Fish added that he hated the vowel "ooo" (the crowd responded with "ooo" noises). Trey said the only way to overcome something you hate was to face it head on. Trey then had Chris Kuroda shine a yellow light on Fish for Brian and Robert. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Hood contained a tease of Aaron Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man. After the show, some fans were given a poster (later for sale from Phish Dry Goods) and a bumper sticker (saying: “We’ve just come from Phish at the Fillmore. It was nice.”).

This show marked the debut of Simple and the Phish debut of O Mio Babbino Caro. Suzy and Possum contained Flintstones theme teases. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Nellie Kane and My Mind’s Got a Mind of its Own were performed acoustic with guest fiddler Morgan Fichter. O Mio Babbino Caro, a Puccini aria, featured opera singer Andrea Baker singing unmiced. Before Possum, the band handed out boxes of Flintstones macaroni and cheese for the audience to shake along with Possum and Fire.

Antelope contained a Simpsons signal. Ginseng Sullivan and Dog Faced Boy were performed acoustic and, along with Amazing Grace, without microphones. Ginseng also featured Fish on washboard.

Stash contained Uncle Pen teases. My Sweet One was performed acoustic and, along with Sweet Adeline, without microphones.

The beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone. The intro to Bowie contained an All Fall Down signal and an All Things Reconsidered tease. Weekapaug featured an On Broadway tease. Listen before Carolina for an a cappella Suzy Greenberg quote.

Wilson contained a Simpsons signal. The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. YEM contained a tease of Mission: Impossible theme.  Amazing Grace was performed without microphones.

Bowie included All Fall Down, Random Laugh, Simpsons, and Oom Pa Pa signals, as well as the debut performance of Catapult interwoven with Bowie’s closing segment. The curtain rose at the start of the second set to reveal Steve McConnell sitting in a large bathtub on stage. As the band played Brother, band friends and crew members danced across the stage and jumped into the tub with him. Widespread Panic opened.

Trey said he wrote Foam under Ernie Stires's wing and that Ernie taught him to write in that particular style. He dedicated Foam to Ernie's two children Ernie and Liz (both in attendance) and to Ernie as well. Adeline was performed without microphones. Brother was dedicated to Page's brother and Mike's brother (who were standing somewhere in the room), with Trey joking that it was "written to sort of describe their personalities... sort of a combination of the two." Guelah was introduced as a song "about a mother." He explained that this was about Dave's (Dave Abrahams's) mother, Guelah, who used to come in when he and Dave were writing songs and that when "things were getting fun," she would knock on and open the door and pull Dave out into the hall, hence the line "and through the bedroom door intrude a fretful frown and spoiled the mood. And though I never really stand that tall, she tilt my frame, she watched me fall." Fish was introduced during I Didn't Know as "Filling in for Showboat Gertrude... Zero Man!" Walk Away was played for the first time since October 20, 1990 (123 shows). Mo' Better Blues was teased prior to Squirming Coil.

Yield Not to Temptation was teased before Possum. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone. Trey teased Dave’s Energy Guide during the Tweezer, and Simple Gifts during BBFCFM. The second encore was played after a loud and passionate “Phish” chant by the audience.
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