SET 1: Funky Bitch, Wolfman's Brother, Wilson > The Curtain With, Cities > Rift, Free, My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own, Vultures, 46 Days
SET 2: Waves > Carini, Prince Caspian > Backwards Down the Number Line > Ghost > Dirt > Down with Disease > Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley > Cavern > Run Like an Antelope
ENCORE: Contact > Suzy Greenberg > Rocky Top > Good Times Bad Times
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Review by cristilclear
Waves, a beautiful second set opener maintained the darkness into Carini and then Prince Caspian came along and womp womp womp woooooooomp. Right around here my friend, who hadn't seen a show all summer nor fall until now, said, "Way to bring the show down," when Numberline followed the Prince. I assured him, "they have been ripping up Numberline hard". Which they did. Ghost maintained more darkness (which we like), Dirt is one of my favorite songs, DWD, eh. Sneaking Sally was a nice alternative to Boogie On. I wondered if they would play both of those songs in the same set. Cavern was nice placement out of Sally. The Antelope tied up the dark stitch nicely. During the Suzy, that friend of mine said, "Ok, time to go Cristilclear". "Uh. Uh," was my reply. Good thing. I suppose some people could take or leave the Rocky Top>Good Times but I'm calling that four- song encore a third set and I"LL TAKE IT because there is no where else I'd rather be then right there in Phish's very large pocket. Good Times has been solid all summer and continues to be this fall. Party on!