Whipping Post was played at 2.64% of live Phish shows.
It was last played July 25, 1999, which was 585 shows ago.
There have been 1,837 shows since the live debut.
“Whipping Post” has been played approximately once every 37.9 shows.
Since its debut, “Whipping Post” has been played, on average, once every 37.5 shows.
It was played 49 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1984-11-03||Slade Hall, University of Ve...||4||1||Eyes of the World ->||-> Drums||First known Phish performance; J...|
|1985-05-03||University of Vermont||18||3||Eyes of the World ->||-> McGrupp||Jeff on vocals.|
|1985-11-23||Goddard College||9||2||Mike's||Antelope||(Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown), Dark Star, and Slave to the Traffic Light teases )|
|1986-12-06||The Ranch||21||3||The Little Drummer Boy >||She Caught the Katy|
|1987-10-31||Sculpture Room, Goddard College||16||1||Jam ->||Sneakin' Sally||"Slice my nipple" lyric.|
|1988-02-20||St. Lawrence University||3||2||Bag >||Slave||(Dave's Energy Guide tease)|
|1988-02-26||Living and Learning Center, ...||2||2||Alumni||***|
|1988-05-15||Beecher Hill Farm||23||2||Flat Fee >||Harpua|
|1988-06-15||The Front||4||2||GTBT||Dear Mrs. Reagan||(Run Like an Antelope tease)|
|1988-07-29||The Roma||12||3||Contact||Curtis Loew|
|1988-08-03||Fly Me to the Moon Saloon||2||2||'A' Train||Lizards|
|1988-08-13||The Front||5||2||Corinna >||***|
|1988-09-08||The Front||9||2||On Your Way Down >||***|
|1988-09-24||Humphries House (The Zoo), A...||7||2||Sparks >||***|
|1988-10-29||Sculpture Room, Goddard College||2||2||Halley's ->||Fee|
|1988-11-03||Molly's Cafe||1||2||Shaggy Dog||Contact||(Dave's Energy Guide tease)|
|1988-11-11||Old Stone Church||3||3||Lizards||***|
|1989-02-06||The Front||16||3||Mockingbird >||Corinna|
|1989-02-07||The Front||1||3||Bike >||***||First known Fish vocals.|
|1989-02-18||Old Stone Church||4||3||***||Corinna|
|1989-04-27||Strafford Room, Memorial Uni...||11||1||Lizards||***|
|1989-05-13||The Orange Grove||2||e||***||***|
|1990-01-25||Penny Post||78||2||Lawn Boy||***|
|1990-03-07||Field House, UNH||10||e||***||***|
|1990-03-09||The Front||2||e||***||***||Fish on vocals and guitar.|
|1990-03-28||Beta Hockey Team Party||6||e||Sweet Adeline||***|
|1990-04-09||Fly Me to the Moon Saloon||9||2||Tweezer||***|
|1990-05-04||The Colonial Theatre||15||1||***||Sweet Adeline|
|1990-05-10||Pearl Street Ballroom||5||e||***||***||Fish on vocals.|
|1990-06-05||Cat's Cradle||14||e||HYHU >||> HYHU||Fish on vocals. (What I Am tease)|
|1990-11-26||The Haunt||38||2||HYHU >||> HYHU||Fish on vocals.|
|1991-10-28||Elk Ballroom||111||2||HYHU >||> HYHU||Fish vocals and debut on fretles... (Take Me Out to the Ballgame tease)|
|1991-12-06||McCullough Social Hall, McCu...||24||2||HYHU >||> HYHU||Fish on vocals and fretless guitar.|
|1992-12-05||The Vic Theatre||113||2||HYHU >||> HYHU||Fish on vocals.|
|1993-04-20||Newport Music Hall||67||2||HYHU >||> HYHU||Fish on vocals.|
|1996-08-10||Alpine Valley||285||2||HYHU >||> HYHU||Fish on vocals.|
|1999-07-25||Deer Creek||208||1||My Left Toe ->||> Makisupa|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|1988-03-11||Phish||David Bowie (Tease)||The Base Lodge, Stearns Hall, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT, USA|
|2016-07-23||Phish||Ass Handed (Tease)||Sleep Train Amphitheatre, Chula Vista, CA, USA|
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