, attached to 2012-06-10

Review by CliffordSuperMagnaball

CliffordSuperMagnaball This was my first phish show and my first music festival experience. I had no idea who they were or what to expect and honestly the Moma Dance into Sample in a Jar was one of my favorite sequences of music from the entire Bonnaroo festival that year. The Tweezer also stood out to me as a kick ass song and 44 phish shows later it is the song I always hope they start a second set with. Who would've thought? Unfortunately some of my friends wanted to leave at set break so I missed the second set. However, some other friends who I was with stormed to the front and had the time of their lives. I guess you win some and you lose some. I did see them at Jazz Fest in 2014 and as far as festival sets go I like this one more than Jazz Fest. That's not saying much though since festival phish sets are tame compared to a real show or shows at their own festival like Magnaball. Overall this show has some solid type 1 playing...just wish they would've finished that hood.


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