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Trey, playing his first show at the Bomb Factory since May 7, 1994, teased Tweezer after Cayman Review. Somewhere Over the Rainbow was performed a cappella. Cyro Baptista, who was part of Trey's band for this tour, missed the show because of the flu.

Somewhere Over the Rainbow was performed a cappella. Strange Design and Brian and Robert were performed by Trey solo acoustic. Cyro Baptista, who was part of Trey's band for this tour, missed the show because of the flu.

This show featured the TAB debuts of "On the Road Again" and "Work Song" (Hozier). The horns teased "Happy Birthday" in "On the Road Again," which was peformed on Willie Nelson's birthday. Trey teased "On the Road Again" in "Gotta Jibboo." In the soundcheck, Trey teased "Rocky Mountain Way" before "Speak To Me" and "Iron Man" before "Come Together."

Mike teased Sit Still, Look Pretty before Water in the Sky. I Always Wanted It This Way featured Trey on Marimba Lumina. Piper contained a Woman from Tokyo tease from Trey.

This show featured the debuts of "Daisy Hill Grove" and "Crazy Sometimes," and the Mike Gordon debuts of "Number 1 Crush" (Garbage) and "Don't Chin The Dog" (Robert Walter's 20th Congress).

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Chalk Dust was unfinished. BOAF contained a quote of The Birds. The Connection was played for the first time since June 29, 2010 (200 shows).

This show marked Phish’s first appearance at the Austin City Limits Music Festival. Hood was unfinished.

“Bar 17,” “Mud City” and “Push On” featured Fernando Castillo on trumpet, Carlos Sosa on saxophone, Raul Vallejo on trombone, Ivan Neville on organ and Russell Remington on saxophone.  “Plasma” also featured Russell Remington. During the set-closing “Mud City,” each of the band members were introduced and took a subsequent solo.

This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

This headlining performance was part of the Austin City Limits Music Festival. “Stash” was a TAB debut and was the first performance of the song with horns since Phish’s 7/27/91 gig with the Giant Country Horns.

This was an acoustic performance by Mike on bass and Warren Haynes on acoustic guitar. This was a private gig that followed the debut of Mike’s movie Rising Low at the SXSW Film Festival. This setlist is likely incomplete.

This was a taping for the television show Austin City Limits. Beauty of My Dreams was botched and restarted. Due to technical difficulties, First Tube was played a second time. After Piper, Trey responded to some fan requests and noted that the band saw Béla Fleck tape a performance for Austin City Limits in 1993. When the Circus Comes was dedicated to Los Lobos. The episode was first aired on October 14, 2000 to kick off the show’s 26th season. The broadcast included Beauty of My Dreams, My Soul, The Inlaw Josie Wales, Limb By Limb, When the Circus Comes, Back on the Train, Twist, Possum, Sleep, and First Tube.

Before Monkey, Trey and Mike pulled a woman out of the crowd who had been calling for Sleeping Monkey; the band then played the song for her.

The entire show featured Bob Gullotti on a second drum set. YEM did not contain a vocal jam and included Willie the Pimp teases just before the segue into Izabella. Bowie contained teases of the backup vocals to Rock Lobster (B-52s). Hood was unfinished.

The second set and encore featured Bob Gullotti on a second drum set. Chalk Dust was unfinished. The Drum Jam also featured Page on keys.

Barracuda was teased by Trey prior to the start of the second set. Reba did not have the whistling ending. YEM featured guests John Medeski, Billy Martin, Chris Wood, and Phish bus driver Dominic Placco on trumpet. Trey played both guitar and mini drum set up front. Mike played bass and some kind of horn at the end of the jam. Fish played vacuum and trombone. Billy Martin played Fish’s drums. Medeski and Page played keyboards and Page did some vocal jamming at the end. Chris Wood played a one-string stand up bass with a bow.

SET 1: Think, Dracula, Henduck, Jelly Belly [1] > Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus?[1], The Lover, Lonely Avenue, Chubb Sub[1]

ENCORE: Crosstown Traffic


Trey sat in on guitar for Jelly Belly, Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus?, and Chubb Sub.

I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic and, along with Sweet Adeline, without microphones. Life on Mars made its Phish debut at this show and was dedicated to Sofi. Antelope contained a Low Rider tease by Page.

Stash contained Cannonball teases. Antelope included Mystery Achievement teases from Mike. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. YEM contained a theme from Mission: Impossible tease from Page and a theme from Shaft quote from Trey. Halley’s segued out of the YEM vocal jam. Adeline was performed without microphones.

Horn ended with a brief, atypical jam. The jam out of Walk Away included a Page solo, teases of It’s Ice and McGrupp, and a Simpsons signal. The Sweet Emotion and HYHU Jams both contained Tweezer teases. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. This show was officially released as Live Phish 18.

MFMF ended with a Rockin' Back Inside My Heart (Julee Cruise) jam with lyrics changed from "Rockin' Back" to "Runnin' Back." The Bowie intro included Oom Pa Pa, Aw Fuck!, and Simpsons signals and HYHU teases. The encore was performed without microphones. This show was originally scheduled for Houston’s Bayou City Theatre, but was relocated at the last minute to the Tower Theater.

Stash contained Sloth teases and Chalk Dust contained an Oye Como Va tease from Trey. Trey announced that Fish's trombone solo in I Didn't Know would be a "love trombone solo" for Mike at the Greenpeace table. Possum contained a Simpsons signal. JJLC was played for the first time since November 23, 1991 (153 shows).

No known setlist


This show, with Aquarium Rescue Unit scheduled to open, was canceled. Some sources indicate that it was due to a problem with the venue’s roof.

Phish played a one set show and were the third of four bands to play that night. There are no known recordings of this show in circulation.

This show was listed in the Sept/Oct/Nov 1990 Phish Update as Liberty Lunch in Austin but actually happened at Showbar in Houston. This was either a one set show or set two is unknown. There are no known recordings of this show in circulation.
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