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Saturday January 4th, 2003
Hampton Coliseum
Hampton, VA USA

Set 1: Llama, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Roggae, Maze, Anything But Me[1], Ya Mar, Saw It Again, Bouncing Around the Room, Split Open and Melt

Set 2: Rock and Roll > Mike's Song > Mountains in the Mist > Weekapaug Groove[2] > What's the Use? > Down with Disease -> Fast Enough for You, Also Sprach Zarathustra[3]

Encore: Friday[1]

[1] Debut.
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Trey, Mike, and Page each took an individual "big rock ending" vamp before the band ended the song together.


Anything But Me and Friday both debuted. Weekapaug was unfinished. During 2001, Trey thanked the fans and talked about how fortunate the band was to be able to share the reunion with them. Trey, Mike and Page each took an individual “big rock ending” vamp before the band ended the song together.

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Saturday January 4th, 2003
Hampton Coliseum
Hampton, VA USA

Set 1: Llama, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Roggae, Maze, Anything But Me[1], Ya Mar, Saw It Again, Bouncing Around the Room, Split Open and Melt

Set 2: Rock and Roll > Mike's Song > Mountains in the Mist > Weekapaug Groove[2] > What's the Use? > Down with Disease -> Fast Enough for You, Also Sprach Zarathustra[3]

Encore: Friday[1]

[1] Debut.
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Trey, Mike, and Page each took an individual "big rock ending" vamp before the band ended the song together.


Anything But Me and Friday both debuted. Weekapaug was unfinished. During 2001, Trey thanked the fans and talked about how fortunate the band was to be able to share the reunion with them. Trey, Mike and Page each took an individual “big rock ending” vamp before the band ended the song together.

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Saturday January 4th, 2003
Hampton Coliseum
Hampton, VA USA

Set 1: Llama, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Roggae, Maze, Anything But Me[1], Ya Mar, Saw It Again, Bouncing Around the Room, Split Open and Melt

Set 2: Rock and Roll > Mike's Song > Mountains in the Mist > Weekapaug Groove[2] > What's the Use? > Down with Disease -> Fast Enough for You, Also Sprach Zarathustra[3]

Encore: Friday[1]

[1] Debut.
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Trey, Mike, and Page each took an individual "big rock ending" vamp before the band ended the song together.


Anything But Me and Friday both debuted. Weekapaug was unfinished. During 2001, Trey thanked the fans and talked about how fortunate the band was to be able to share the reunion with them. Trey, Mike and Page each took an individual “big rock ending” vamp before the band ended the song together.

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Friday February 14th, 2003
Great Western Forum
Inglewood, CA USA

Set 1: My Sweet One, Cover of the Rolling Stone[1] > Chalk Dust Torture, Fee -> Taste, Bathtub Gin[2], Heavy Things, Golgi Apparatus

Set 2: Possum, Walls of the Cave -> Carini, All of These Dreams, Limb By Limb[3], The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > AC/DC Bag -> Prince Caspian[4]

Encore: Loving Cup

[1] Phish debut.
[2] Woman from Tokyo tease.
[3] Gotta Jibboo tease.
[4] Unfinished.


Cover of the Rolling Stone made its Phish debut at this show, presumably as a nod to their actual appearance on the cover of the March 6, 2003 issue of that very magazine. Gin included a tease of Woman from Tokyo and Limb By Limb included a Gotta Jibboo tease. A fan jumped on-stage and grabbed Trey’s microphone during AC/DC Bag before being dragged off-stage. Caspian was unfinished.

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Saturday February 15th, 2003
Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas, NV USA

Set 1: Llama, Wolfman's Brother > Reba[1], Life on Mars?, 46 Days, It's Ice > Frankie Says > Run Like an Antelope[2]

Set 2: Waves > Bug > Ghost > Free > Harry Hood[3]

Encore: Sample in a Jar

[1] No whistling.
[2] Stash teases and a 2001 tease.
[3] "Silent" jam.


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Life on Mars was played for the first time since March 2, 1997 (253 shows). Antelope included Stash teases and a 2001 tease. Fans hung a large white banner over a section of the venue balcony proclaiming that it had been “871 Days Since Last Ghost”; the same banner appeared the next night indicating “1 Days Since Last Ghost.” Hood included a “silent” jam.

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Saturday February 15th, 2003
Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas, NV USA

Set 1: Llama, Wolfman's Brother > Reba[1], Life on Mars?, 46 Days, It's Ice > Frankie Says > Run Like an Antelope[2]

Set 2: Waves > Bug > Ghost > Free > Harry Hood[3]

Encore: Sample in a Jar

[1] No whistling.
[2] Stash teases and a 2001 tease.
[3] "Silent" jam.


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Life on Mars was played for the first time since March 2, 1997 (253 shows). Antelope included Stash teases and a 2001 tease. Fans hung a large white banner over a section of the venue balcony proclaiming that it had been “871 Days Since Last Ghost”; the same banner appeared the next night indicating “1 Days Since Last Ghost.” Hood included a “silent” jam.

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Saturday February 15th, 2003
Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas, NV USA

Set 1: Llama, Wolfman's Brother > Reba[1], Life on Mars?, 46 Days, It's Ice > Frankie Says > Run Like an Antelope[2]

Set 2: Waves > Bug > Ghost > Free > Harry Hood[3]

Encore: Sample in a Jar

[1] No whistling.
[2] Stash teases and a 2001 tease.
[3] "Silent" jam.


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Life on Mars was played for the first time since March 2, 1997 (253 shows). Antelope included Stash teases and a 2001 tease. Fans hung a large white banner over a section of the venue balcony proclaiming that it had been “871 Days Since Last Ghost”; the same banner appeared the next night indicating “1 Days Since Last Ghost.” Hood included a “silent” jam.

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Sunday February 16th, 2003
Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas, NV USA

Set 1: David Bowie -> Catapult -> David Bowie, Horn > Guyute, Round Room, Golden Lady > Poor Heart, Pebbles and Marbles

Set 2: Down with Disease -> Seven Below[1] -> Down with Disease > Anything But Me > Piper[2] -> Makisupa Policeman, Character Zero

Encore: Friday

[1] DEG tease from Trey.
[2] In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease from Page and Rift tease; moved briefly through the ending segment of DWD.


Phish played Golden Lady for the first time since October 20, 1994 (458 shows). Trey chided Fishman at the start of the second set, claiming that he didn’t know how to play Disease. Trey teased DEG in Seven Below. The jam out of Piper included an In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease from Page and a Rift tease before moving briefly through the ending segment of Disease (in the key of Piper, no less) before segueing into Makisupa.

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Sunday February 16th, 2003
Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas, NV USA

Set 1: David Bowie -> Catapult -> David Bowie, Horn > Guyute, Round Room, Golden Lady > Poor Heart, Pebbles and Marbles

Set 2: Down with Disease -> Seven Below[1] -> Down with Disease > Anything But Me > Piper[2] -> Makisupa Policeman, Character Zero

Encore: Friday

[1] DEG tease from Trey.
[2] In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease from Page and Rift tease; moved briefly through the ending segment of DWD.


Phish played Golden Lady for the first time since October 20, 1994 (458 shows). Trey chided Fishman at the start of the second set, claiming that he didn’t know how to play Disease. Trey teased DEG in Seven Below. The jam out of Piper included an In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease from Page and a Rift tease before moving briefly through the ending segment of Disease (in the key of Piper, no less) before segueing into Makisupa.

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Sunday February 16th, 2003
Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas, NV USA

Set 1: David Bowie -> Catapult -> David Bowie, Horn > Guyute, Round Room, Golden Lady > Poor Heart, Pebbles and Marbles

Set 2: Down with Disease -> Seven Below[1] -> Down with Disease > Anything But Me > Piper[2] -> Makisupa Policeman, Character Zero

Encore: Friday

[1] DEG tease from Trey.
[2] In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease from Page and Rift tease; moved briefly through the ending segment of DWD.


Phish played Golden Lady for the first time since October 20, 1994 (458 shows). Trey chided Fishman at the start of the second set, claiming that he didn’t know how to play Disease. Trey teased DEG in Seven Below. The jam out of Piper included an In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease from Page and a Rift tease before moving briefly through the ending segment of Disease (in the key of Piper, no less) before segueing into Makisupa.

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Tuesday February 18th, 2003
Pepsi Center
Denver, CO USA

Set 1: Runaway Jim, Water in the Sky, Twist, The Squirming Coil, Brian and Robert, Stash, The Wedge, Birds of a Feather, Lawn Boy, Walls of the Cave

Set 2: The Moma Dance[1] > Limb By Limb, Thunderhead, Divided Sky, Carini, You Enjoy Myself[2] -> The Lion Sleeps Tonight[3]

Encore: NICU, Mexican Cousin

[1] DEG teases from Trey; unfinished.
[2] Vocal jam included a tease of the William Tell Overture.
[3] a cappella.


Moma Dance contained DEG teases from Trey and was unfinished. The YEM vocal jam included a tease of the William Tell Overture. The Lion Sleeps Tonight was performed a cappella.

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Thursday February 20th, 2003
Allstate Arena
Rosemont, IL USA

Set 1: Rift > Rock and Roll, Guyute, Driver, Waves > Simple, Gotta Jibboo

Set 2: Tweezer > Punch You In the Eye > Fast Enough for You > Seven Below, Pebbles and Marbles

Encore: Golgi Apparatus, Anything But Me > Tweezer Reprise


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Thursday February 20th, 2003
Allstate Arena
Rosemont, IL USA

Set 1: Rift > Rock and Roll, Guyute, Driver, Waves > Simple, Gotta Jibboo

Set 2: Tweezer > Punch You In the Eye > Fast Enough for You > Seven Below, Pebbles and Marbles

Encore: Golgi Apparatus, Anything But Me > Tweezer Reprise


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Friday February 21st, 2003
U.S. Bank Arena
Cincinnati, OH USA

Set 1: Wilson > Frankenstein, Down with Disease, Lifeboy > Boogie On Reggae Woman, Run Like an Antelope, I Didn't Know

Set 2: Mike's Song -> Free > Waste -> Also Sprach Zarathustra[1] > Harry Hood > All of These Dreams, Possum > Cavern

Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea

[1] Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, Simple Gifts, and Stash teases from Trey.


Lifeboy was played for the first time since November 25, 1998 (133 shows). During I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fishman as “Henrietta, the world’s finest vacuum player.” I Didn't Know also included some dancing antics from Trey, Page, and Mike while Fishman took his vacuum solo. 2001 included teases of Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, Simple Gifts, and Stash from Trey.

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Friday February 21st, 2003
U.S. Bank Arena
Cincinnati, OH USA

Set 1: Wilson > Frankenstein, Down with Disease, Lifeboy > Boogie On Reggae Woman, Run Like an Antelope, I Didn't Know

Set 2: Mike's Song -> Free > Waste -> Also Sprach Zarathustra[1] > Harry Hood > All of These Dreams, Possum > Cavern

Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea

[1] Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, Simple Gifts, and Stash teases from Trey.


Lifeboy was played for the first time since November 25, 1998 (133 shows). During I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fishman as “Henrietta, the world’s finest vacuum player.” I Didn't Know also included some dancing antics from Trey, Page, and Mike while Fishman took his vacuum solo. 2001 included teases of Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, Simple Gifts, and Stash from Trey.

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Friday February 21st, 2003
U.S. Bank Arena
Cincinnati, OH USA

Set 1: Wilson > Frankenstein, Down with Disease, Lifeboy > Boogie On Reggae Woman, Run Like an Antelope, I Didn't Know

Set 2: Mike's Song -> Free > Waste -> Also Sprach Zarathustra[1] > Harry Hood > All of These Dreams, Possum > Cavern

Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea

[1] Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, Simple Gifts, and Stash teases from Trey.


Lifeboy was played for the first time since November 25, 1998 (133 shows). During I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fishman as “Henrietta, the world’s finest vacuum player.” I Didn't Know also included some dancing antics from Trey, Page, and Mike while Fishman took his vacuum solo. 2001 included teases of Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, Simple Gifts, and Stash from Trey.

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Saturday February 22nd, 2003
U.S. Bank Arena
Cincinnati, OH USA

Set 1: The Sloth, Dogs Stole Things, Piper -> Weekapaug Groove, Dirt > Scent of a Mule, Walls of the Cave, Mountains in the Mist, Sample in a Jar

Set 2: Tube > Bathtub Gin[1], Friday > David Bowie, Bug

Encore: Suzy Greenberg

[1] Down-tempo DEG tease and a Mr. Completely tease.


For the first known time, Weekapaug was played without Mike’s Song (possibly to bring closure to the Mike’s Song a night earlier). Gin included a down-tempo DEG tease and a Mr. Completely tease.

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Saturday February 22nd, 2003
U.S. Bank Arena
Cincinnati, OH USA

Set 1: The Sloth, Dogs Stole Things, Piper -> Weekapaug Groove, Dirt > Scent of a Mule, Walls of the Cave, Mountains in the Mist, Sample in a Jar

Set 2: Tube > Bathtub Gin[1], Friday > David Bowie, Bug

Encore: Suzy Greenberg

[1] Down-tempo DEG tease and a Mr. Completely tease.


For the first known time, Weekapaug was played without Mike’s Song (possibly to bring closure to the Mike’s Song a night earlier). Gin included a down-tempo DEG tease and a Mr. Completely tease.

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Monday February 24th, 2003
Continental Airlines Arena
East Rutherford, NJ USA

Set 1: Down with Disease, Corinna, Wolfman's Brother > Limb By Limb, Everyday I Have the Blues[1], The Thrill is Gone[1], Rock Me Baby[1]

Set 2: Halley's Comet > Harry Hood > Heavy Things, Twist, All of These Dreams, Waves > Sample in a Jar > Chalk Dust Torture

Encore: Farmhouse

[1] Phish debut; B.B. King.


The last three songs of the first set were Phish concert debuts that featured a guest appearance by B.B. King.

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Monday February 24th, 2003
Continental Airlines Arena
East Rutherford, NJ USA

Set 1: Down with Disease, Corinna, Wolfman's Brother > Limb By Limb, Everyday I Have the Blues[1], The Thrill is Gone[1], Rock Me Baby[1]

Set 2: Halley's Comet > Harry Hood > Heavy Things, Twist, All of These Dreams, Waves > Sample in a Jar > Chalk Dust Torture

Encore: Farmhouse

[1] Phish debut; B.B. King.


The last three songs of the first set were Phish concert debuts that featured a guest appearance by B.B. King.

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Monday February 24th, 2003
Continental Airlines Arena
East Rutherford, NJ USA

Set 1: Down with Disease, Corinna, Wolfman's Brother > Limb By Limb, Everyday I Have the Blues[1], The Thrill is Gone[1], Rock Me Baby[1]

Set 2: Halley's Comet > Harry Hood > Heavy Things, Twist, All of These Dreams, Waves > Sample in a Jar > Chalk Dust Torture

Encore: Farmhouse

[1] Phish debut; B.B. King.


The last three songs of the first set were Phish concert debuts that featured a guest appearance by B.B. King.

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Tuesday February 25th, 2003
First Union Spectrum
Philadelphia, PA USA

Set 1: Julius, Talk, 46 Days, Taste, Frankie Says, Slave to the Traffic Light, Water in the Sky, Walls of the Cave

Set 2: AC/DC Bag, Cities, Theme From the Bottom[1] > Runaway Jim > Thunderhead > Sparkle, Pebbles and Marbles

Encore: The Squirming Coil > Character Zero

[1] Unfinished.


Talk was played for the first time since August 6, 1998 (167 shows). Theme was unfinished.

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Wednesday February 26th, 2003
Worcester Centrum Centre
Worcester, MA USA

Set 1: You Enjoy Myself[1] > Clone[2], Roggae, Drifting[2], Blue Skies[2], The Moma Dance, Final Flight[2] > Maze[3]

Set 2: Stash[4], Ghost -> Low Rider -> Makisupa Policeman[5] -> Ya Mar[6], Guyute, Waves > Prince Caspian[7] -> Frankenstein > Golgi Apparatus[8]

Encore: Loving Cup

[1] Vocal jam included Trey singing pieces of Clone.
[2] Phish debut.
[3] Summertime (Gershwin) tease from Page.
[4] Foam tease.
[5] Lyrics referenced the fire at the band's hotel in Cincinnati a week earlier.
[6] Stash tease.
[7] Unfinished.
[8] Frankenstein tease.


YEM was preceded by a Call to the Post tease from Trey. The YEM vocal jam included Trey singing pieces of Clone (which would be played in its entirety after the vocal jam). This show marked the Phish debuts of Clone, Drifting, Blue Skies, and Final Flight (all of which had previously been played by various band member side projects). Maze included a tease from Page of Summertime (Gershwin). Stash included a Foam tease. The lyrics to Makisupa referenced the fire at the band’s hotel in Cincinnati a week earlier. Trey expanded Page’s nickname to “Leo Kottke” in Ya Mar. Ya Mar also included a Stash tease. Caspian was unfinished. Golgi included a Frankenstein tease.

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Wednesday February 26th, 2003
Worcester Centrum Centre
Worcester, MA USA

Set 1: You Enjoy Myself[1] > Clone[2], Roggae, Drifting[2], Blue Skies[2], The Moma Dance, Final Flight[2] > Maze[3]

Set 2: Stash[4], Ghost -> Low Rider -> Makisupa Policeman[5] -> Ya Mar[6], Guyute, Waves > Prince Caspian[7] -> Frankenstein > Golgi Apparatus[8]

Encore: Loving Cup

[1] Vocal jam included Trey singing pieces of Clone.
[2] Phish debut.
[3] Summertime (Gershwin) tease from Page.
[4] Foam tease.
[5] Lyrics referenced the fire at the band's hotel in Cincinnati a week earlier.
[6] Stash tease.
[7] Unfinished.
[8] Frankenstein tease.


YEM was preceded by a Call to the Post tease from Trey. The YEM vocal jam included Trey singing pieces of Clone (which would be played in its entirety after the vocal jam). This show marked the Phish debuts of Clone, Drifting, Blue Skies, and Final Flight (all of which had previously been played by various band member side projects). Maze included a tease from Page of Summertime (Gershwin). Stash included a Foam tease. The lyrics to Makisupa referenced the fire at the band’s hotel in Cincinnati a week earlier. Trey expanded Page’s nickname to “Leo Kottke” in Ya Mar. Ya Mar also included a Stash tease. Caspian was unfinished. Golgi included a Frankenstein tease.

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

Set 1: Birds of a Feather, Destiny Unbound, Horn > Bathtub Gin, Sleep, Back on the Train, Bouncing Around the Room, Walls of the Cave

Set 2: Tweezer[1] > Soul Shakedown Party -> David Bowie, Round Room > Harry Hood

Encore: Contact, Mexican Cousin > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Do You Feel Like We Do tease.


Phish broke out two long-shelved tunes: the first Destiny Unbound since November 15, 1991 (796 shows) and the first Soul Shakedown Party since February 20, 1997 (270 shows). Tweezer included a Do You Feel Like We Do tease. Trey teased The Horse prior to Round Room. This show was officially released on CD as Live Phish 02.28.03.

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

Set 1: Birds of a Feather, Destiny Unbound, Horn > Bathtub Gin, Sleep, Back on the Train, Bouncing Around the Room, Walls of the Cave

Set 2: Tweezer[1] > Soul Shakedown Party -> David Bowie, Round Room > Harry Hood

Encore: Contact, Mexican Cousin > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Do You Feel Like We Do tease.


Phish broke out two long-shelved tunes: the first Destiny Unbound since November 15, 1991 (796 shows) and the first Soul Shakedown Party since February 20, 1997 (270 shows). Tweezer included a Do You Feel Like We Do tease. Trey teased The Horse prior to Round Room. This show was officially released on CD as Live Phish 02.28.03.

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Saturday March 1st, 2003
Greensboro Coliseum
Greensboro, NC USA

Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, The Moma Dance, Foam, Lawn Boy, Character Zero > Divided Sky, Mountains in the Mist, Waves > Sample in a Jar

Set 2: Rock and Roll > Wilson > Piper[1] > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Wolfman's Brother -> Boogie On Reggae Woman, Wading in the Velvet Sea > Run Like an Antelope, Carolina

Encore: First Tube > You Enjoy Myself[2] -> Proud Mary[3]

[1] A portion of the jam was based around the chords to Oye Como Va.
[2] Oye Como Va and Another One Bites the Dust teases. Daniel Saw the Stone tease in vocal jam.
[3] a cappella.


Instead of emerging from behind the piano with his own microphone for Lawn Boy, Page came front stage and used Trey’s microphone and stand. The move prompted a raucous response from the crowd. A portion of the Piper jam was based around the chords to Oye Como Va. Trey subsequently teased Oye Como Va, as well as Another One Bites the Dust, during YEM. Carolina was played for the first time since November 18, 1998 (144 shows). The YEM vocal jam included a Daniel Saw the Stone tease. Proud Mary was performed a cappella (including renderings of the musical breaks) to conclude the vocal jam. Only one other version of Proud Mary is known – a full-band version at the first ever Phish show on December 2, 1983 (1,361 shows).

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