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This show was broadcast on SiriusXM radio. Trey teased Plasma before Stash. David Bowie contained In Memory of Elizabeth Reed teases. Trey teased Dave's Energy Guide in Chalk Dust Torture. Seven Below included a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey and The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus) teases from Trey and Mike. Kung was performed over Saw It Again and included The Birds and Final Hurrah quotes.

This show was broadcast on SiriusXM radio and featured the first Energy since August 4, 2013 (226 shows) and the Phish debut of Wider. Trey and Mike teased A Love Supreme in Beneath a Sea of Stars Part 1. Ghost contained an Under Pressure tease from Trey and a Weekapaug Groove jam with lyrics. Birds of a Feather featured The Birds samples from Page and Third Stone From the Sun teases from Trey. 

The Birds was quoted after BOAF. Let Me Lie was last performed on August 10, 2010 (229 shows). Portions of the YEM jam featured Trey on Marimba Lumina, Mike on keys, and Page on bass. DWD was unfinished.

This show contained the debut of Summer of '89. Possum contained a Streets of Cairo tease by Trey and Reba did not have the whistling ending. Sleeping Monkey was played for a fan who was holding up a sign for the song during the previous show. Trey later said "if the guy with the sign isn't here, everybody sing so he can hear it on the tape," leading to the crowd to sing part of the song. Trey said they were playing the second Tweezer Reprise because they didn't play one at Hershey Park.

Trey dedicated “Mozambique” to Annie, Natalie Cressman’s 93-year-old great grandmother, who was in the audience. Trey also dedicated “Show of Life” to the song’s co-author, Steve Pollak (The Dude of Life), who was also in attendance.

This show featured the first versions of Forbin’s and Mockingbird since September 30, 2000 (96 shows), which were performed without narration. During I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fish as “Recent Julliard Master’s Vacuum Program graduate, the one and only, Jon Moses Quagmire DeWitt Hampton.” DWD contained a Reba jam and was unfinished. Piper included a Spill the Wine tease from Page. This show featured the first Psycho Killer since December 7, 1997 (282 shows). Psycho Killer was unfinished and disintegrated into a self-described, electronic “Pong” jam. During the post-Psycho Killer “Pong” jam, Trey initiated a dance contest saying that whoever could best dance to that music would “win something.”  After Catapult (while continuing the “Pong” jam), Trey asked, “Does everybody else love this song as much as I do?” and said that he was “waiting for the day when they play stuff like this on the radio.”  Icculus was last performed on July 18, 1999 (193 shows). The Icculus narration centered on the fact that “you crazy kids” just don’t read anymore.  The “Pong” jam reappeared during the YEM jam. The soundcheck included a jam with lyrics that were made up on the fly with Trey on bass (so that Mike could check on bass sounds from the audience) and Fish on drums. Trey briefly quoted Spill the Wine and The Pendulum during the soundcheck jam.

This set was part of the Gathering of the Vibes that also featured Phil Lesh & Friends, Dark Star Orchestra and Zappa Plays Zappa, among many others. The set was shortened a bit due to a torrential rainstorm earlier in the day. "Crumblin' Bones" contained "Rhapsody in Blue" and "Entrance of the Gladiators" teases. Bill Kreutzmann sat in on drums for "Traveled Too Far" and "The Walls of Time."

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This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Julee Avallone (flute); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass).  

Benevento/Russo Duo, then Phil Lesh & Friends opened. “Uncle Albert” featured Trey on megaphone. This show featured the G.R.A.B. debuts of "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" (Paul and Linda McCartney) and “Stuck in the Middle with You” (Stealers Wheel).

SET 1: Passenger > Pride of Cucamonga, Big Boss Man, They Love Each Other > Good Lovin'

SET 2: Shakedown Street [1] > Caution (Do Not Step on the Tracks)[1], Candy Man Blues[1] > Candyman[1], Viola Lee Blues[1] > Shakedown on 9th Street[1] > Viola Lee Blues[1] > Bertha[1] > Viola Lee Blues[1]

ENCORE: In the Midnight Hour[1]


Benevento/Russo Duo opened, G.R.A.B. closed. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for the entire second set and encore in place of Barry Sless.

This was the first public performance of Ramble Dove. Grace Potter & The Nocturnals opened. This gig featured the debuts of the Mike Gordon originals "Ramble Dove" and "Loosening Up the Rules." Mark Mercier sat in on keyboards for "About Time" and "Columbus Stockade Blues."

A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. “Invisible” through “Sample” were performed by Trey solo acoustic, excepting “Invisible” and “Love That Breaks All Lines” which featured Jen and Christina on backing vocals.

Al and the Transamericans opened. Gordon Stone sat in on pedal steel guitar for "Ballad for Trio." Al Schiner sat in on guitar for the "Oh Yeah!" segment.

Emmylou Harris & Spyboy opened. The first set was performed acoustic by Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds (no Trey). “Waste” and “Three Little Birds” were performed acoustic by Trey and Dave Matthews. Before “Three Little Birds” Trey mentioned that “it has been six years or so since we played this song together.” “Three Little Birds” was actually performed most recently by this duo when Dave Matthews sat in with Trey’s band on February 28, 2001 in Richmond, VA.

Kaki King opened, and also performed on “Goin’ Down Slow.” Page sat in on keyboards for “On Your Way Down.” Max Creek members Scott Allshouse, Mark Mercier and John Rider sat in for the Mike Gordon debut of the Max Creek original “Cruel World.”

Trainwreck opened. “Getting in Tune” through “Army of One” were performed by Page solo on an acoustic upright piano. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

SET 1: The Inlaw Josie Wales [1], Jam [2]


“The Power of Music” was a panel discussion sponsored by The Connecticut Forum that featured Trey, jazz trumpeter Nicholas Payton, opera star Beverly Sills, and Bob Weir. Vice President of VH1 Bill Flanagan was the moderator. Before the first half of the panel discussion Trey performed “The Inlaw Josie Wales” solo, acoustic. Before the second half of the panel discussion Bob Weir performed “Victim or the Crime?” solo, acoustic. The event concluded with a jam that featured Trey on acoustic guitar, Bob Weir on electric guitar and Nicholas Payton on trumpet.

This evening began with a screening of Mike's film Outside Outfollowed by an audience question-and-answer session with Mike, and finally a performance by Col. Bruce Hampton and the Codetalkers with Mike on guitar for the majority of the show. This setlist is incomplete and unconfirmed.

Jibboo included additional lyrics that referenced Chris Kuroda and Brad Sands. Weekapaug was unfinished. Ghost contained a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey.

The ending of AC/DC Bag was unusual, as Trey repeated the closing guitar tweaks before breaking into the Tweezer riff. Sneakin' Sally did not contain a vocal jam. The key phrase in Makisupa was a play on the blues classic One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer, with "Big Fat Doob" replacing "Beer." Cavern included Tweezer teases and a Moby Dick tease after Trey introduced Fish under that name. Halley’s included a tease of Things That Make You Go Hmmm... and Le Freak teases from Mike and Runaway Jim included Nellie Kane teases.

Chalk Dust concluded with Trey paying his respects to his recently deceased grandfather.

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There is no known setlist for this show and recordings do not circulate.

Listen for a Stash tease in the Disease intro. Ghost included Psycho Killer and San-Ho-Zay teases and Possum contained Born on the Bayou teases. The encore featured guest vocals from the Dude of Life, who provided alternate lyrics to Suzy Greenberg and additional lyrics to Tweezer Reprise.

Silent's lyrics were changed to "bask in morning sickness." Character Zero and 2001 were unfinished. Trey teased Super Bad in 2001. Poor Heart began as Rocky Top. Cavern included some of the original, alternate lyrics.

The entire second set and encore featured Bob Gullotti on a second drum set. Ya Mar included a long drum jam between Fish and Gullotti.

Reba did not have the whistling ending and Possum included an All Fall Down signal. Faht featured Fish on acoustic guitar. Tweezer contained Take Me to the River teases and Squirming Coil contained a Carol of the Bells tease from Page.

Glide included a Simpsons signal and BBFCFM was unfinished. Wilson contained a Purple Haze tease from Trey. Stash included a jam akin to the sound of a television newscast, complete with vocal quotes from Trey referencing news personality Connie Chung. Fish introduced Brain by talking about his new haircut.

This performance was part of the National Guitar Summit Workshop. Trey conducted a guitar seminar and played in the ensuing jam session.

The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Cavern contained a brief Divided Sky tease from Trey, Wilson contained several teases of the theme from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, and YEM contained Mission: Impossible theme teases from Page and Trey. The soundcheck's No One to Depend On was performed instrumentally.

Page teased Jingle Jangle Jingle in Divided Sky. Wilson included Simpsons, Random Note, and Aw Fuck! signals played over a jazzy interlude. Tweezer included Rhapsody in Blue and Donna Lee teases as well as a brief PYITE tease. Mike’s Song included On Broadway teases and ended with a Blue Bayou tease. Blue Bayou was then played as an instrumental and contained three All Fall Down signals. Mike again teased Blue Bayou during the Weekapaug opening. Terrapin was the slowest version ever, according to Trey’s commentary at the show, and featured Fish on trombone. It included Fish introducing the band with various slow-related nicknames. The second Big Ball Jam and Carolina were performed without microphones. The second Big Ball Jam was also an a cappella version. The soundcheck's Diamond Girl was performed with the Dude of Life.

Soundcheck: Diamond Girl, Punch You in the Eye, Dog Log, Shaggy Dog, AC/DC Bag (x2, slowly)

SET 1: Maze, Sparkle, Foam, Buried Alive > Glide > It's Ice > Bouncing Around the Room > Rift, Golgi Apparatus, Sweet Adeline[1], Run Like an Antelope

SET 2: Poor Heart[2], Split Open and Melt, Reba, The Sloth, You Enjoy Myself > The Lizards > Hold Your Head Up[3] > Bike > Hold Your Head Up, Harry Hood[4], Cavern

ENCORE: Memories[1], Fire


During the intro to Buried Alive, Trey talked about his family and mentioned that he had about 16 family members in the audience. Trey dedicated Glide to his family members in attendance. There were references to food after Antelope and during Poor Heart and Hood. The YEM vocal jam was based on the word "Xanadu" and also contained Guy Forget quotes from Fish. Page teased the theme to Star Trek at the end of Bike. The Hood intro contained two Simpsons signals and a Random Note signal. Trey teased Contact before Fire.

The Bowie intro contained teases of All Things Reconsidered, Mockingbird, Dinner and a Movie, and Golgi, as well as Random Note and Simpsons signals. YEM also contained a Simpsons signal. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones.

Before Wilson, Trey brought a fan named "Wesley" on-stage and wished him a happy birthday. Trey proceeded to dedicate the song to him. Weekapaug contained Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered (Rogers and Hart) and Divided Sky teases from Trey. The Bowie intro contained two Charlie Chan signals as well as Simpsons and Oom Pa Pa signals.

Mike teased Sweet Emotion during the bass and drums section of YEM and Happy Birthday before The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony for "Josh’s" 20th birthday. Possum contained a Theme from Woody Woodpecker tease. Trey announced that the second set would be their last until the summer, as they were going in to record an album. Technical difficulties necessitated a short break after McGrupp. This show included some humorous stage banter about prep school headmasters and the like.

Magilla featured a guest appearance from Bryan Smith on trombone and a Rhythm-A-Ning tease from Trey. Adeline was chosen as the encore because of curfew issues.

This was a free show. Tweezer included a Heartbreaker tease as well as Charlie Chan and Popeye signals. Antelope contained three Charlie Chan signals and How High the Moon, Oom Pa Pa, and Popeye signals. Contact was dedicated to "Griffin."

Reba was dedicated to Widespread Panic. After Trey thanked Widespread Panic, the band played a brief jam with a Spanish-style feel (for about 30 seconds) before Jägermeister. The management stopped the band in the middle of YEM, so there was no vocal jam. During the tramps jam in YEM, Trey jumped off the stage.  The opening act was Widespread Panic.

Fluffhead was a birthday dedication to "Sarah." Walk Away featured Trey and Mike on the trampolines. HYHU was played for the first time since March 1, 1989 (166 shows).

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This show may have taken place on the previous night or another night this week instead of the date listed. No other information is available about this gig or venue. This information came from Phish.com.

This list is likely incomplete, and the date may be incorrect. This is the only show by Space Antelope documented by a recording in circulation, though there were likely other gigs. The Jam that preceded Walk on the Wild Side contained part of what would become the Arrival segment of Fluff's Travels.
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