A Wave of Hope was played at 1.05% of live Phish shows.
It was last played October 15, 2023, which was 0 shows ago.
There have been 119 shows since the live debut.
“A Wave of Hope” has been played approximately once every 95.1 shows.
Since its debut, “A Wave of Hope” has been played, on average, once every 5.7 shows.
It was played 21 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2021-08-07||Ruoff Music Center||1871||1||Roggae||Stash||Phish debut.|
|2021-10-24||The Forum||22||1||***||> YEM|
|2022-05-28||The Wharf||3||2||***||> Mr. Completely|
|2022-06-04||Ruoff Music Center||5||2||YEM >||Bug|
|2022-07-15||Xfinity Center||3||2||The Howling >||> Hood|
|2022-07-24||Xfinity Theatre||6||2||***||> ASIHTOS|
|2022-07-31||Merriweather||5||1||***||Dogs Stole Things|
|2022-08-07||Atlantic City Beach||5||2||Weekapaug||> YEM|
|2022-09-01||Dick's||5||2||Don't Doubt Me >||> The Howling|
|2022-12-28||MSG||4||2||Free >||-> It's Ice|
|2023-02-24||Moon Palace||5||1||Loving Cup||Stash|
|2023-04-14||Climate Pledge Arena||3||2||***||Bouncin'||(The Secret of Life tease)|
|2023-04-21||Hollywood Bowl||5||1||Funky Bitch||***|
|2023-07-12||Orion Amphitheater||4||2||***||-> Fuego|
|2023-07-19||Live Oak Bank Pavilion at Ri...||5||1||CTB||Funky Bitch|
|2023-07-28||MSG||6||1||Evening Song >||Cities||(Can't You Hear Me Knocking tease)|
|2023-08-25||Broadview Stage at SPAC||7||2||Evolve||-> Simple|
|2023-09-02||Dick's||4||1||Mound >||> Taste|
|2023-10-08||Bridgestone Arena||4||2||BOAF||Cinnamon Girl|
|2023-10-15||United Center||4||2||Spanish Moon||> Evolve|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|2022-12-28||Phish||Twist (Tease)||Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA|
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