Thanks to the author for the review. The band and phans were faced with some challenging circumstances and everything turned out quite alright. As I commented for Fenway 1, I also thought this show was pretty average. There were a few standouts (Wolfmans, DWD) but nothing crazy overall. Some bizarre calls- thread and Mexican cousin specifically. I think there were some expectations that given the extenuating circumstances phish would deliver a “historic” show which turned out not to be the case. That being said, my crew and I had a great time overall and am grateful to have had the experience. Now on to Mohegan...Thread definitely. I mean, it's your call, Trey, but it still seemed like an odd choice. So much for expecting.
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