SET 1: Kill Devil Falls > Wilson, Funky Bitch > The Moma Dance > Peaches en Regalia > Sample in a Jar > Possum, Tweezer > Mound, Suzy Greenberg > Axilla > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove
SET 2: Rock and Roll -> Steam -> Piper -> Roses Are Free, Julius, Life on Mars?, Birds of a Feather > Fluffhead > Backwards Down the Number Line > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Chalk Dust Torture
ENCORE: Cavern > Tweezer Reprise
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Review by Feetoid
When Gordon threw down the initial bass stabs of Tweeprise, it was one of the most powerful things musically that I've ever witnessed. My buddy behind me even cried "MOMMY!" when it happened. It had an almost "electronica" sound to it. That bass effect may be new to me since I haven't seen Tweeprise live since Berkeley 2010, but here at Outside Lands it just sounded incredible and was such a definitive and epic way for Mike, and Phish to close out the main stage on Friday night. The Rock and Roll -> Steam-> Piper -> Roses are Free section speaks for itself and Fluffhead was damn near perfect. Yeah there were repeats, as I attended all of the Cali run, but this was a big show for Phish to be tight and well rehearsed at so I understand. As far as the crowd goes, my crew and I had no problems besides actively standing our ground during set break, as is the case in any ocean of nearly 30,000 peeps. If anything the bad energy was at the other stages that were forced to hear Phish over the top of their bands!!! (thats what I heard anyways). I'd heard people complaining "Phish for four hours, wtf?" throughout the day. Too bad for some of them, Big Boi canceled. This show deserves more credit, I guess you just had to be there.