SET 1: Seven Below, Rock and Roll > Boogie On Reggae Woman, Back on the Train -> Possum, Strange Design, Gumbo, Brian and Robert > Taste
SET 2: Gotta Jibboo, Twist, Camel Walk > Wilson -> The Little Drummer Boy > Wilson, Hold Your Head Up > Love You > Hold Your Head Up > Waves > Lifeboy > The Horse > Silent in the Morning > Loving Cup
ENCORE: Harry Hood
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Review by Feetoid
Big improvement from the night before, but yet another bunk non-Kuroda Phish experience. I had a lot of fun however, a friend of a friend got me into his box seats, meaning free food and BEER all show and easy piss access. I provided beers to my neighbors just outside the box, not an easy task with caterer/bartender/box security dude eyeballing me to make sure I didn't.
When Loving Cup came on it was ridiculous, the group who I'd provided beer to looked back at me with a big smile, too perfect. I was hammered so the song finally spoke to me which was good, cuz I wasn't the biggest fan of it prior (probably cuz I'd heard it too much).
I ate Nachos during Hood. Fun times.