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This show featured the Phish debut of Sigma Oasis. Trey teased Plasma and The Little Drummer Boy in Buried Alive. The Curtain was performed for the first time since August 28, 2012 (270 shows). After Midnight was performed for the first time since September 6, 2015 (153 shows). Trey quoted Sigma Oasis at the end of Soul Planet. Trey teased Sanity before Pebbles and Marbles. Chalk Dust Torture Reprise was performed for the first time since July 11, 2000 (524 shows), started as Chalk Dust Torture, and ended with a Plasma tease.

Page teased Linus and Lucy in Nellie Kane. The Connection was last played on July 29, 2015 (171 shows). Trey teased No Men In No Man's Land In Mr. Completely. The Little Drummer Boy was jammed in Crosseyed and Painless, whistled and teased in Dirt, and teased in the first Split Open and Melt.  Frankenstein featured Page on keytar.

Carolina was performed for the first time since December 30, 2016 (103 shows). MFMF didn't contain the "Myfe" ending. Trey teased Axilla in Scents and Subtle Sounds and Suzy Greenberg. The theme to Mission: Impossible was also teased in Scents. Limb By Limb was unfinished and contained a Divided Sky tease from Trey and This Old Man singing from Fish. Page teased the theme from Speed Racer in The Lizards. Suzy Greenberg also included a Saw It Again quote from Fish. Bittersweet Motel was played for the first time since July 6, 2016 (134 shows) and had lyrics changed to "halfway from Charleston to Pittsburgh."

This show featured the debut of I Always Wanted It This Way. Lengthwise was sung by Fish over the Maze intro. Trey teased Jean Pierre in Wolfman's Brother. Twist included a What's the Use? tease from Trey and Seven Below teases from Mike.

This show featured the Phish debut of Petrichor and the debuts of Home and More. Page dedicated Home to his mother who was in attendance at the show. DWD contained a NMINML tease from Trey and was unfinished. Cities featured Trey on Marimba Lumina. Mike teased Petrichor in Hood.

Bill Bailey featured Page’s dad, Dr. Jack McConnell, on vocals and tap shoes. Antelope's Marco Esquandolas lyric was changed to "Mike-O." Disease was unfinished.

Carolina was restarted after Page’s miscue and ended with a choreographed stage routine. Moma contained a Shafty tease from Mike. Sleep and Dog Faced Boy featured Trey on acoustic guitar.

Catapult was performed twice during the Mule Duel; first by Mike, and then by Page solo on the theremin. Melt contained In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida teases and Taste included a Norwegian Wood tease. Talk featured Trey on acoustic guitar.

I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic. Page teased Rhapsody in Blue in Free. YEM included a Brick House jam. Page teased Brick House in Contact. The first Bill Bailey since April 24, 1994 (164 shows) featured accompaniment from Page’s father, Dr. Jack McConnell.


Trey teased Simple in Runaway Jim. Melt was unfinished. Buffalo Bill was played for the first time since November 21, 1992 (225 shows). Makisupa ended with a BBFCFM tease from Trey and Fish. During Bike, Fish made reference to the new dress he was given that afternoon and wore to the show. Antelope contained a May the Force Be With You tease from Trey.

Guelah contained a Simpsons signal. The Old Home Place through Foreplay/ Long Time were performed acoustic. Manteca was played for the first time since May 5, 1993 (134 shows) and was later teased in the return to Bowie. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.

Tweezer contained a Baby Elephant Walk tease and a Long Tall Glasses tease and quote. The encore featured Page’s father, Dr. Jack McConnell, on piano and lead vocals.

SET 1: Plain or Peanut, Two Truckloads, No Egos Underwater, Time Flack, Salty Dog, Spoonful, Time Is Free, Fixin' to Die [1], Lost My Mule in Texas, Jack the Rabbit, Zambi > Space is the Place, Trondossa, Yield Not To Tempation

ENCORE: Working on a Building


This show featured the first Rhombus Narration since April 6, 1990 (209 shows). Cavern contained a Simpsons signal. Memories was performed without microphones. Llama was preceded by a Gamehendge narration. Duke's Place (Duke Ellington) is listed as the encore on the master tape in the archives. The encore is not on the tape, so this may be an inside joke, a comment on the house music played post-show, or reference to Phish's first known performance of the song. The soundcheck's Dog Log contained additional lyrics about Colorado promoter and friend "Dandy" Don Strasburg. Information about the soundcheck and possible encore comes from phish.com.

It is unconfirmed whether Fire closed the first set or was even performed at all. Trey referred to HYHU as the “Henrietta Theme Song.” After Page played several measures of the second HYHU in the setlist, Fish said “There’s one more verse to this,” and then they played the final verse of Love You. Fish also continued to play vacuum during the third and final HYHU of the set, which also featured Trey repeating “Henrietta!” over and over again, singing it along to the music’s conclusion. In response to a fan requesting more Syd Barrett after the last HYHU, Fish spoke the first few words of Bike. Trey teased Call to the Post before YEM (as Fish was returning to his drum kit after HYHU). Before Contact, Fish said “We would like to perform for you now the bass-player-is-taking-a-leak-song.” Fish then dedicated Contact to Paul Languedoc. Also before Contact, Page told the crowd that their bass player (whom Trey then referred to as “Michael Cactin”) would become 25 years old at midnight. Trey added that Mike would now play everyone a love song.

SET 1: Blue Monk, Autumn Leaves, Donna Lee, How High the Moon, My Funny Valentine, Take the 'A' Train, Sweet Adeline, St. Thomas, Caravan, Carolina, Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?, Piano Boogie Woogie Jam, I've Got You Under My Skin, Satin Doll, Lawn Boy, Contact


This was a private one set jazz show at Page's parents' housewarming party. It is thought to have happened on Monday, May 28th, but could possibly have taken place Sunday, May 27th. This show featured the first known Phish performances of My Funny Valentine (Rodgers and Hart), Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home, Piano Boogie Woogie Jam and I've Got You Under My Skin (Cole Porter). Page's dad, Jack McConnell, joined the band for Bill Bailey. The source of this setlist is phish.com.

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It is believed that Phish headlined this night with The Mundahs opening, but the setlist is unknown. This information is from Phish.com.

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Phish opened for Widespread Panic.
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