“At the Gazebo” featured the Vermont Youth Orchestra String Quartet. During the break before the encore maracas and tambourines were passed out to the audience and a set of stairs was placed in front of the stage. During “Alive Again” approximately forty guests – including members of Cyro Baptista’s Beat The Donkey ensemble, Brazilian dancers and other assorted percussionists and pranksters – joined Trey’s band in what can perhaps best be described as a strange combination of two infamous Phish antics: the 10/22/96 MSG “Freakapaug” and the 5/27/94 “Shake your Macaroni” Possum. After the ending refrain and amid an audience-aided percussion jam, Trey led the entire entourage down the stairs in front of the stage, through the audience and onto 51st Street where a drum circle ensued, blocking midtown traffic for nearly half an hour.

This show was part of the "TAB - The Dectet Summer 2002 Tour"

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, attached to 2002-06-18

Review by chalkdustmango

chalkdustmango One of the best Trey shows I've seen.
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