Trey teased Norwegian Wood in 555. Heavy Rotation was performed for the first time since July 22, 2015 (253 shows). Trey teased Under Pressure in Simple. During the soundcheck, Beth was briefly sung by Trey and Knuckle Bone Broth Avenue contained Shipwreck quotes as well as If I Only Had A Brain teases from Trey and Mike.
Teases
Debut Years (Average: 2001)

This show was part of the "2022 Summer Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 2022-08-06

Review by PhillyPhilly

PhillyPhilly Phish threw down hard for Saturday night on the beach in AC. Party vibes diffused both sets, and funky grooves blossomed into deep jams in S2. I agree with others who have commented that 2021-2022 seems to be a new high-water mark era for the band from both a musical and technological standpoint - inventive jamming is happening in both sets with consistency and Kuroda’s kidnapped alien robot intelligence-powered drone-light ballet is peaking right along with the music. It’s an extremely fun time to be a fan.

46 Days > Moma , very fun start to a show, both tight concise rocking versions. Olivia’s Pool, aka Shafty but filtered by way of a 60s acid-washed surfer band, was extremely fun and a rarity I was stoked to see live. Side note - can we get a Wipeout bust out please?? My Soul > 555 > NICU all rocked, tightly played - sand dollar, day at the shore got a nice pop from the crowd.

Gin gave us the first big jam of the night, but instead of Sigma’s exploratory movement last night we got a slow burn of crescendoing rock riffs that escalated into a massive and satisfying peak. Great Gin.

Heavy Rotation, a Page song that I will go ahead and admit I did not recognize - somewhat relieved to see it’s only the 2nd performance ever by the band. It kind of slayed? Leo led first segment was nice but then it gets quickly into a pretty nasty groove. I could see it coming back up in shows that require a Page vehicle a la MEAP.

Zero rocked hard and got jammed out for a few awesome but brief minutes, Trey opting for the Bowie cover, which I was stoked for and which tore shit up. Screeching Moonage peak of glory sends us into set break. The church of phish love is such a holy place to be.

No Mans, the band wastes no time entering a slick grooving funk jam, which then draws out into an oozing tension-build exercise, it felt to me like the last ~5 min of No Mans was Trey slowly drawing back the Tweezer arrow, patiently waiting to let it fly. And then Tweezer proper was a beast, as the tension releases into celebration, ecstatic segments of music ensued showcasing multiple jam styles. Very satisfying deep Tweezer jam. SYSF continued to allow the band to showcase improv and build a bridge into Simple, where the band took the set’s ramping energy and maneuvered it a slowly building ecstatic rocking peak. No Mans through Simple was all killer stuff.

Number Line continues the party atmosphere, as does Golgi which had a very unusual several minute build-up before it’s usual white light peak. Slave allows the band and crowd to marvel at our surroundings and contemplate the moment before the traditional glory chords signal the end of the set.

ALBTD is the show’s lone ballad and Trey brings it to an emotional peak. And then Tweeprise is the jump up and down fist pumper that everyone wants to hear, and it sends us onto the wilds of the AC boardwalk, grinning from ear to ear in my case.

I put AC 2 just a notch behind the transcendence of AC1, but we had a hell of a phish show tonight.
, attached to 2022-08-06

Review by phourpointoh2

phourpointoh2 BATHTUB_ZEN is right! i’m tired of seeing shows rated highly, rightly, and then a bunch of reviews coming in like a ton of bricks just because the band doesn’t sound like it didn’t 20-30 years ago.

I’ve listened to old shows, new shows and everything in between. whether what they are doing now is “better” than what they did in the 90s is besides the point. they are killing it on their terms and in a new exciting way than they ever have before. if you want to just hear what you listened to in your 20s, go to Relisten or find a band that sounds the same now as they did decades ago. The reinvention and reimagination is what i thought we were all here for. sorry if it hurts your feelings or makes you feel old that Phish of today is more interesting and exciting than what you saw in 1993. Me? I like it all! on its own terms. let the band live!
, attached to 2022-08-06

Review by jimmysdad

jimmysdad A very solid, above average show. Didn’t have the improv excellence that AC1 did, but many great moments and some great tunes - Olivia’s Pool, Heavy Rotation, a type II-ish Zero, and Moonage Daydream.

NMINML through Simple was exceptional and the highlight for me. Really great moments throughout. But I did get the sense that they were somewhat exhausted with ideas at the end of Simple, which is entirely understandable. I’m not a big fan of ALBTD, but I just expect to hear it at least once per 3 or 4 night run now. Better to hear it tonight than Sunday.

Overall a solid 4-star show for me!
, attached to 2022-08-06

Review by dedph1sh

dedph1sh What a Barn Burner AC N2 was! Got in earlier than last year to try to get closer & we wound up about 70 yards from stage! 46 Days kicked off the night then a Momma Dance got the funk started. What a surprise Olivia’s Pool was( most attending didn’t recognize tune). Next, My Soul was the 1st of 3 Soul tunes for the night and got everyone fired up! Bath Tub Gin offered only big jam of 1st set but the false set closer of Character Zero was completely upstaged but the real set 1 closer, looking at the bright half moon shining above the stage, the Ziggy cover of a Ripping Moonage Daydream !!! The second set jams started right away with a No Men in No Mans Land into a awesome Tweezer. Simple Nackwards & Slave wrapped up the 2nd set wonderfully. Was little disappointed in ending some Ghosts of Forest Life Beyond a Dream>Tweeprise was same finish as AC N2 last year , my only night of run also. Overall Totally enjoyed ourselves and vow to get even closer next year!!!????????????
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