SET 1: In the House - In a Heartbeat  -> Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S. , Quantegy, Snowflakes in the Sand , Mountains in the Mist, Heavy Things > Breath and Burning , Gumbo > Lonely Trip , Pigtail, My Problem Right There, Till We Meet Again , My Friend, My Friend , Guyute , More, Frost , Alaska, Bounce > Bug > Architect
This performance was part of The Beacon Jams series and began with a video of Trey finally escaping from his riser from Phish's December 31, 2019 concert at Madison Square Garden and making it to the Beacon Theater to watch the himself and his band playing the TAB debut of In the House - In a Heartbeat before they segued into Say It To Me SA.N.T.O.S. This show marked the full TAB debuts of Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S., Breath and Burning, and Gumbo and the debut of Lonely Trip. Ray teased Happy Birthday after wishing his mother a happy birthday. Quantegy was performed for the first time since May 3, 2005. Trey performed Snowflakes in the Sand and Mountains in the Mist solo acoustic. The lyrics of Breath and Burning were changed to "rage on the Beacon stage." Trey quoted If I Had A Hammer (The Hammer Song) after Pigtail. Til We Meet Again through Frost were performed with The Rescue Squad Strings (Katie Kresek and Maxim Moston on violin, Rachel Golub on viola, and Anja Wood on cello) and with Til We Meet Again and More featuring just Trey on acoustic guitar and My Friend My Friend and Guyute just Trey on acoustic guitar and Jeff Tanski on piano. My Friend My Friend did not contain the "MYFE" ending. Guyute included Trey quoting some of Vincent Price's narration from Thriller.
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