1989-04-27

In 1998 I created a website called the Golgi Project. The mission was to collect images of Phish ticket stubs so I could see all the art from the different mail order tickets. Last week I received an email from Steve Bekkala who tracked me down because of that site. Now it has been reborn with the work that Eric Reeves, Steve, and many other phans have done to collect and scan their ticket stubs.

In the next few weeks I will be creating a method for others to add their own ticket stubs, stay tuned!

~Zach

Latest Setlist


Wednesday October 29th, 2014
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
San Francisco, CA USA

Set 1: Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, The Moma Dance > We Are the Champions[1] > The Moma Dance > Free, Back on the Train, Yarmouth Road, Strange Design > Taste, The Wedge, The Line, Wolfman's Brother

Set 2: First Tube > Down with Disease[2] > Theme From the Bottom > Split Open and Melt, Heavy Things > Light -> Possum

Encore: Contact, Meatstick > Character Zero

[1] Phish debut.
[2] Unfinished.


We Are the Champions was played immediately following the San Francisco Giants' victory in game seven of the World Series, and was a Phish debut.  Only one verse was performed, instrumentally. Yarmouth included a We Are the Champions tease from Trey.  Following a "let's go Giants" chant after The Wedge, Page congratulated the Giants, adding that he watched the whole series. Trey told the crowd that Page was a Mets fan and that Page watches every Mets game streamed on his phone with many of them on the organ while the band's playing. Page said  "we can't be world champions all the time... or ever." Trey then introduced The Line in honor of losers in sports. Disease was unfinished. Trey quoted All About That Bass in Contact.

setlist via phish.net

Latest Stub

added by zach on July 25th, 2013



Phish Wednesday July 29th, 1998
Riverport Amphitheater
Maryland Heights, MO USA

Set 1: Bathtub Gin, Dog Log, Foam, Fikus, Farmhouse > Vultures[1], Glide, Birds of a Feather

Set 2: Buried Alive -> If You Need a Fool[2], AC/DC Bag > The Lizards, Tube > Kung > Run Like an Antelope[3]

Encore: Waste > Golgi Apparatus > Bittersweet Motel

[1] Debut of new arrangement.
[2] Phish debut.
[3] Fish on vacuum for portion of intro.


The usually short Buried Alive was jammed for almost fifteen minutes. This show featured the Phish debut of If You Need a Fool, as well as the debut of the new arrangement of Vultures. A portion of the intro to Antelope featured Fishman on vacuum. Bathtub Gin from this gig was included as filler on Live Phish 17.

setlist via phish.net