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Friday November 28th, 2003
Nassau Coliseum
Uniondale, NY USA

Set 1: Bouncing Around the Room, Runaway Jim, Ghost > What's the Use? > AC/DC Bag > First Tube, Frankie Says > Bathtub Gin -> Free

Set 2: Waves > Sample in a Jar > Down with Disease[1], Walls of the Cave, Two Versions of Me, Crowd Control[2], Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove

Encore: Crimes of the Mind[3]

[1] Unfinished.
[2] Debut.
[3] Dude of Life on vocals.


Disease was unfinished. This show included the debut of Crowd Control. Trey introduced Mike to sing “his song.” Crimes of the Mind (first since July 10, 1994, or 504 shows) featured the Dude of Life on vocals. During the song, the Dude congratulated Phish on their 20 years together, and wished them success for 20 more.

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Friday November 28th, 2003
Nassau Coliseum
Uniondale, NY USA

Set 1: Bouncing Around the Room, Runaway Jim, Ghost > What's the Use? > AC/DC Bag > First Tube, Frankie Says > Bathtub Gin -> Free

Set 2: Waves > Sample in a Jar > Down with Disease[1], Walls of the Cave, Two Versions of Me, Crowd Control[2], Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove

Encore: Crimes of the Mind[3]

[1] Unfinished.
[2] Debut.
[3] Dude of Life on vocals.


Disease was unfinished. This show included the debut of Crowd Control. Trey introduced Mike to sing “his song.” Crimes of the Mind (first since July 10, 1994, or 504 shows) featured the Dude of Life on vocals. During the song, the Dude congratulated Phish on their 20 years together, and wished them success for 20 more.

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Saturday November 29th, 2003
Wachovia Spectrum
Philadelphia, PA USA

Set 1: Wilson > Cars Trucks Buses, Limb By Limb, Dirt > Seven Below, Divided Sky, Fast Enough for You > Julius

Set 2: Twist -> Simple > Taste > Makisupa Policeman[1], Buffalo Bill[2] > David Bowie, Strange Design > Character Zero

Encore: Friday

[1] Keyword referenced waking up in "Hempstead."
[2] Tom Marshall.


The lyrics to Makisupa referenced waking up “in Hempstead.” Later in Makisupa, Trey commented on the upcoming 20th anniversary of the band, and noted Makisupa as the first original Phish song ever played. Trey also commented on his long-standing friendship with Tom Marshall and said that Tom had written Makisupa when he was a child. Trey brought Tom out on stage and noted that he thought Makisupa was written in 1969, leading Tom to note that we “have a 60’s song.” As Tom prepared to handle vocals on Buffalo Bill, Trey noted: “Tom is now going to sing you a song about a boss, a log, and a piece of rope.”

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Saturday November 29th, 2003
Wachovia Spectrum
Philadelphia, PA USA

Set 1: Wilson > Cars Trucks Buses, Limb By Limb, Dirt > Seven Below, Divided Sky, Fast Enough for You > Julius

Set 2: Twist -> Simple > Taste > Makisupa Policeman[1], Buffalo Bill[2] > David Bowie, Strange Design > Character Zero

Encore: Friday

[1] Keyword referenced waking up in "Hempstead."
[2] Tom Marshall.


The lyrics to Makisupa referenced waking up “in Hempstead.” Later in Makisupa, Trey commented on the upcoming 20th anniversary of the band, and noted Makisupa as the first original Phish song ever played. Trey also commented on his long-standing friendship with Tom Marshall and said that Tom had written Makisupa when he was a child. Trey brought Tom out on stage and noted that he thought Makisupa was written in 1969, leading Tom to note that we “have a 60’s song.” As Tom prepared to handle vocals on Buffalo Bill, Trey noted: “Tom is now going to sing you a song about a boss, a log, and a piece of rope.”

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Saturday November 29th, 2003
Wachovia Spectrum
Philadelphia, PA USA

Set 1: Wilson > Cars Trucks Buses, Limb By Limb, Dirt > Seven Below, Divided Sky, Fast Enough for You > Julius

Set 2: Twist -> Simple > Taste > Makisupa Policeman[1], Buffalo Bill[2] > David Bowie, Strange Design > Character Zero

Encore: Friday

[1] Keyword referenced waking up in "Hempstead."
[2] Tom Marshall.


The lyrics to Makisupa referenced waking up “in Hempstead.” Later in Makisupa, Trey commented on the upcoming 20th anniversary of the band, and noted Makisupa as the first original Phish song ever played. Trey also commented on his long-standing friendship with Tom Marshall and said that Tom had written Makisupa when he was a child. Trey brought Tom out on stage and noted that he thought Makisupa was written in 1969, leading Tom to note that we “have a 60’s song.” As Tom prepared to handle vocals on Buffalo Bill, Trey noted: “Tom is now going to sing you a song about a boss, a log, and a piece of rope.”

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Monday December 1st, 2003
Pepsi Arena
Albany, NY USA

Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Stash, Guyute, Thunderhead > Sparkle, Wolfman's Brother > Good Times Bad Times

Set 2: Tweezer -> Also Sprach Zarathustra > You Enjoy Myself, Camel Walk[1], Possum[1], Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress[1] > Run Like an Antelope[2]

Encore: Fire[3]

[1] Jeff Holdsworth on guitar and vocals.
[2] Jeff Holdsworth on guitar and Tom Marshall on vocals.
[3] Jeff Holdsworth on guitar.


Tweezer was preceded by a Dixie tease. Camel Walk through Fire featured Jeff Holdsworth on guitar. This was Jeff’s first known performance with his former Phish brethren since May 17, 1986. Camel Walk, Possum and Long Cool Woman (first since October 30, 1998, or 180 shows) also featured Jeff on lead vocals. Antelope featured Tom Marshall on vocals.

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Monday December 1st, 2003
Pepsi Arena
Albany, NY USA

Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Stash, Guyute, Thunderhead > Sparkle, Wolfman's Brother > Good Times Bad Times

Set 2: Tweezer -> Also Sprach Zarathustra > You Enjoy Myself, Camel Walk[1], Possum[1], Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress[1] > Run Like an Antelope[2]

Encore: Fire[3]

[1] Jeff Holdsworth on guitar and vocals.
[2] Jeff Holdsworth on guitar and Tom Marshall on vocals.
[3] Jeff Holdsworth on guitar.


Tweezer was preceded by a Dixie tease. Camel Walk through Fire featured Jeff Holdsworth on guitar. This was Jeff’s first known performance with his former Phish brethren since May 17, 1986. Camel Walk, Possum and Long Cool Woman (first since October 30, 1998, or 180 shows) also featured Jeff on lead vocals. Antelope featured Tom Marshall on vocals.

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Monday December 1st, 2003
Pepsi Arena
Albany, NY USA

Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Stash, Guyute, Thunderhead > Sparkle, Wolfman's Brother > Good Times Bad Times

Set 2: Tweezer -> Also Sprach Zarathustra > You Enjoy Myself, Camel Walk[1], Possum[1], Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress[1] > Run Like an Antelope[2]

Encore: Fire[3]

[1] Jeff Holdsworth on guitar and vocals.
[2] Jeff Holdsworth on guitar and Tom Marshall on vocals.
[3] Jeff Holdsworth on guitar.


Tweezer was preceded by a Dixie tease. Camel Walk through Fire featured Jeff Holdsworth on guitar. This was Jeff’s first known performance with his former Phish brethren since May 17, 1986. Camel Walk, Possum and Long Cool Woman (first since October 30, 1998, or 180 shows) also featured Jeff on lead vocals. Antelope featured Tom Marshall on vocals.

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Monday December 1st, 2003
Pepsi Arena
Albany, NY USA

Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Stash, Guyute, Thunderhead > Sparkle, Wolfman's Brother > Good Times Bad Times

Set 2: Tweezer -> Also Sprach Zarathustra > You Enjoy Myself, Camel Walk[1], Possum[1], Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress[1] > Run Like an Antelope[2]

Encore: Fire[3]

[1] Jeff Holdsworth on guitar and vocals.
[2] Jeff Holdsworth on guitar and Tom Marshall on vocals.
[3] Jeff Holdsworth on guitar.


Tweezer was preceded by a Dixie tease. Camel Walk through Fire featured Jeff Holdsworth on guitar. This was Jeff’s first known performance with his former Phish brethren since May 17, 1986. Camel Walk, Possum and Long Cool Woman (first since October 30, 1998, or 180 shows) also featured Jeff on lead vocals. Antelope featured Tom Marshall on vocals.

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Tuesday December 2nd, 2003
FleetCenter
Boston, MA USA

Set 1: Harry Hood > Cavern, Birds of a Feather, Ya Mar[1], Horn > Piper > Anything But Me, Water in the Sky, Down with Disease

Set 2: Rock and Roll -> Weekapaug Groove[2] -> Tweezer Reprise[3] > Frankenstein -> Kung -> Frankenstein, All of These Dreams, The Wedge, Boogie On Reggae Woman > Cities > Maze, Waste

Encore: Bug

[1] The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana) teases.
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Mike's Song lyrics sung by Trey.


This gig commemorated the 20th anniversary of the first Phish show. In the audience, a section of seats were roped off to make way for a music stand. The music stand held a three-ring binder that contained lyrics from the Phish canon, but it did not play an active role in the performance. Ya Mar contained teases of The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana). At the end of Disease, a video screen descended behind the stage. As the house lights remained down, a 25+ minute video was played featuring retrospective highlights from throughout Phish’s career. Before the second set, Mike brought out a tray of desserts and shared them with fans in front of the stage. Highway to Hell was briefly teased by Trey before Rock and Roll. Weekapaug was unfinished. Tweezer Reprise included lyrics (sung by Trey) from Mike’s Song. Appropriately, the post-show house music was the Beatles’ song Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band (which begins with the lyric, “It was twenty years ago today…”).

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Tuesday December 2nd, 2003
FleetCenter
Boston, MA USA

Set 1: Harry Hood > Cavern, Birds of a Feather, Ya Mar[1], Horn > Piper > Anything But Me, Water in the Sky, Down with Disease

Set 2: Rock and Roll -> Weekapaug Groove[2] -> Tweezer Reprise[3] > Frankenstein -> Kung -> Frankenstein, All of These Dreams, The Wedge, Boogie On Reggae Woman > Cities > Maze, Waste

Encore: Bug

[1] The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana) teases.
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Mike's Song lyrics sung by Trey.


This gig commemorated the 20th anniversary of the first Phish show. In the audience, a section of seats were roped off to make way for a music stand. The music stand held a three-ring binder that contained lyrics from the Phish canon, but it did not play an active role in the performance. Ya Mar contained teases of The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana). At the end of Disease, a video screen descended behind the stage. As the house lights remained down, a 25+ minute video was played featuring retrospective highlights from throughout Phish’s career. Before the second set, Mike brought out a tray of desserts and shared them with fans in front of the stage. Highway to Hell was briefly teased by Trey before Rock and Roll. Weekapaug was unfinished. Tweezer Reprise included lyrics (sung by Trey) from Mike’s Song. Appropriately, the post-show house music was the Beatles’ song Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band (which begins with the lyric, “It was twenty years ago today…”).

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Tuesday December 2nd, 2003
FleetCenter
Boston, MA USA

Set 1: Harry Hood > Cavern, Birds of a Feather, Ya Mar[1], Horn > Piper > Anything But Me, Water in the Sky, Down with Disease

Set 2: Rock and Roll -> Weekapaug Groove[2] -> Tweezer Reprise[3] > Frankenstein -> Kung -> Frankenstein, All of These Dreams, The Wedge, Boogie On Reggae Woman > Cities > Maze, Waste

Encore: Bug

[1] The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana) teases.
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Mike's Song lyrics sung by Trey.


This gig commemorated the 20th anniversary of the first Phish show. In the audience, a section of seats were roped off to make way for a music stand. The music stand held a three-ring binder that contained lyrics from the Phish canon, but it did not play an active role in the performance. Ya Mar contained teases of The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana). At the end of Disease, a video screen descended behind the stage. As the house lights remained down, a 25+ minute video was played featuring retrospective highlights from throughout Phish’s career. Before the second set, Mike brought out a tray of desserts and shared them with fans in front of the stage. Highway to Hell was briefly teased by Trey before Rock and Roll. Weekapaug was unfinished. Tweezer Reprise included lyrics (sung by Trey) from Mike’s Song. Appropriately, the post-show house music was the Beatles’ song Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band (which begins with the lyric, “It was twenty years ago today…”).

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