, attached to 1994-04-13

Review by soundboy1

soundboy1 The lovely Beacon Theater. God I love this place. We came down from my hometown which was about 3 hours away. This was my first time at the Beacon. We knew these shows would be special because because of the venue and also it was pretty obvious by then that Phish was destined to play some pretty large venues. I never really thought they would get to the MSG level but they did so I'm grateful i got to see them in these small venues.
My first Buried Alive and for me that is the ultimate Phish opener. It sets the tone for the rest of the night and usually indicates a good show. Seeing Phish totally acoustic was always a treat and in a small theater like this it really makes you feel closer to the band. Short 1st set but very well played and gave off an intimate vibe.
2nd set was very fun starting off with Fishman on acoustic. My first Curtain which got me really fired up. Reba , Atrain and Bowie were all ragers and then the Bag to close things up was a nice treat as it was the first time I saw it live.
Overall a great day and night on the Upper West Side


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