Soundcheck: James, Phase Dance, Will I Dance > Funky Bitch -> Mustang Sally, Camel Walk
SET 1: Buried Alive, Rift, Weigh > Chalk Dust Torture, Esther > Split Open and Melt, Colonel Forbin's Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird -> The Vibration of Life -> Fly Famous Mockingbird, Possum, Lawn Boy > Cavern
SET 2: AC/DC Bag > The Curtain > Tweezer -> Manteca -> Tweezer > Contact > It's Ice > McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters > Runaway Jim, Big Ball Jam > Hold Your Head Up > Love You > Hold Your Head Up > Love You > Hold Your Head Up, My Sweet One, Tweezer Reprise
Weigh included a tease by Trey of the theme from Woody Woodpecker. The Esther intro contained a Random Note signal. Trey teased Under Pressure in Split Open and Melt. The Mockingbird narration included the Vibration of Life and a teases of New York, New York and the theme from Star Trek from Page. The Possum intro contained a Mockingbird tease from Trey. Mike teased Do You Feel Like We Do prior to the second set. AC/DC Bag included a Jean Pierre tease from Trey. Tweezer included I Feel the Earth Move, Fire (Ohio Players), and Can't You Hear Me Knocking teases. Big Ball Jam contained a "Charge!" tease from Page. Love You included a Blue Monk tease from Page and a Page-led HYHU sandwiched in the middle after Fish rambled on with crew introductions. Memories and Amazing Grace were performed without microphones. In the soundcheck, Minuano (Six Eight) was teased at the end of Phase Dance, Will I Dance ended with a Hold Your Head Up tease from Page, and Black Or White was teased after Mustang Sally. This show was originally released (and is now available as an archival release) on Live.Phish.com with proceeds benefiting the Hurricane Sandy relief effort.
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