SET 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Everything's Right, Rift, Wolfman's Brother, How Many People Are You, Horn, Water in the Sky > Twenty Years Later > Sand
SET 2: Blaze On > Down with Disease > Simple > Ghost > Bouncing Around the Room > Mike's Song > Slave to the Traffic Light
ENCORE: Sleeping Monkey > Weekapaug Groove
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Review by HarpuaTheBulldog
From the very beginning they were out in full force. Chalk Dust and Everything's Right raged. Tight Rift. Wolfman's was ridiculous! Type 2 already with a crazy atypical jam. Then Mike goes out and takes HMPAY for a ride, so sick again. Horn next, one that Trey has had troubles recently playing it. He nails it. Water In The Sky, fast, I love that. They then double jam 20 Years later, sick groove there, into Sand, which they then peak! Insane!
Second set somehow manages to outdo the first set. Blaze On gets a solid ride, then DWD goes full Type 2 craziness, this band is amazing. Simple again goes deep, great peak in that one. Then Ghost, another rager that peaks at full speed. Bouncing is the slowdown, and then Phish surprised with Mikes, which just gets pumped at full speed for 10 minutes, solid jam there, and then a very tight Slave to finish the set.
Sleeping Monkey is usually what they play when they know they killed it, and with fun audience participation. Then a funky Groove to send us off.
I would put this easily the best show of 2018 so far and up there in the top tier of 3.0. Other shows might have a couple good jams. This was the whole band on peak throughout the entire show. Not much more you can ask for.
Wait, that was just the Friday show?