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Monday July 7th, 2003
Cricket Pavilion
Phoenix, AZ USA

Set 1: Stash, Sample in a Jar, Billy Breathes > Waves, Spices[1], Anything But Me, David Bowie, Dirt, Possum

Set 2: Birds of a Feather, Wolfman's Brother -> Scents and Subtle Sounds, The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > Walls of the Cave > Prince Caspian

Encore: Character Zero

[1] Phish debut.


This show featured the Phish debut of Spices and the debut Scents and Subtle Sounds.

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Monday July 7th, 2003
Cricket Pavilion
Phoenix, AZ USA

Set 1: Stash, Sample in a Jar, Billy Breathes > Waves, Spices[1], Anything But Me, David Bowie, Dirt, Possum

Set 2: Birds of a Feather, Wolfman's Brother -> Scents and Subtle Sounds, The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > Walls of the Cave > Prince Caspian

Encore: Character Zero

[1] Phish debut.


This show featured the Phish debut of Spices and the debut Scents and Subtle Sounds.

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Tuesday July 8th, 2003
Coors Amphitheatre
Chula Vista, CA USA

Set 1: Guyute, Horn > My Sweet One > Tweezer > Limb By Limb[1], Fast Enough for You, Frankie Says > Taste

Set 2: Down with Disease[2], Vultures, Secret Smile[3], Harry Hood[4] > Carini, Discern[3], Waste

Encore: Bouncing Around the Room > Tweezer Reprise

[1] DEG tease from Trey.
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Phish debut.
[4] Magilla tease from Page.


Limb By Limb contained a DEG tease from Trey. Disease was unfinished. This show featured the Phish debuts of Secret Smile and Discern. Hood included a Magilla tease from Page.

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Wednesday July 9th, 2003
Shoreline Amphitheatre
Mountain View, CA USA

Set 1: You Enjoy Myself[1] -> Simple > Mountains in the Mist, Chalk Dust Torture[2], Bathtub Gin

Set 2: Boogie On Reggae Woman > AC/DC Bag > Piper > Twist[1] -> Scents and Subtle Sounds, Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove

Encore: Loving Cup

[1] Unfinished.
[2] Concluded with a rave-up akin to the ending of The Mango Song.


You Enjoy Myself and Twist were unfinished. Chalk Dust concluded with a rave-up akin to the ending of The Mango Song.

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Wednesday July 9th, 2003
Shoreline Amphitheatre
Mountain View, CA USA

Set 1: You Enjoy Myself[1] -> Simple > Mountains in the Mist, Chalk Dust Torture[2], Bathtub Gin

Set 2: Boogie On Reggae Woman > AC/DC Bag > Piper > Twist[1] -> Scents and Subtle Sounds, Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove

Encore: Loving Cup

[1] Unfinished.
[2] Concluded with a rave-up akin to the ending of The Mango Song.


You Enjoy Myself and Twist were unfinished. Chalk Dust concluded with a rave-up akin to the ending of The Mango Song.

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Thursday July 10th, 2003
Shoreline Amphitheatre
Mountain View, CA USA

Set 1: Spices -> Waves > Reba[1], Lawn Boy, The Moma Dance > Run Like an Antelope

Set 2: 46 Days, Divided Sky, Friday > Free[2] > Seven Below, Wading in the Velvet Sea, Also Sprach Zarathustra > Down with Disease

Encore: Rift, Character Zero

[1] No whistling.
[2] Began differently than usual, as the band omitted the usual guitar-driven intro.


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Free began differently than usual, as the band omitted the usual guitar-driven intro.

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Saturday July 12th, 2003
Gorge Amphitheatre
George, WA USA

Set 1: Taste, Mexican Cousin, Stash, NICU, Heavy Things, Mock Song[1], Army of One[2], Maze

Set 2: Piper > Two Versions of Me[1], Tweezer[3] -> Dogs Stole Things, Water in the Sky, Ghost > David Bowie

Encore: Frankenstein > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Debut.
[2] Phish debut.
[3] Free tease.


This show marked the debut of Mock Song and Two Versions of Me, and the Phish debut of Army of One. Tweezer included a Free tease.

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Saturday July 12th, 2003
Gorge Amphitheatre
George, WA USA

Set 1: Taste, Mexican Cousin, Stash, NICU, Heavy Things, Mock Song[1], Army of One[2], Maze

Set 2: Piper > Two Versions of Me[1], Tweezer[3] -> Dogs Stole Things, Water in the Sky, Ghost > David Bowie

Encore: Frankenstein > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Debut.
[2] Phish debut.
[3] Free tease.


This show marked the debut of Mock Song and Two Versions of Me, and the Phish debut of Army of One. Tweezer included a Free tease.

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Sunday July 13th, 2003
Gorge Amphitheatre
George, WA USA

Set 1: Runaway Jim, Scents and Subtle Sounds, Axilla > Carini, Dog Faced Boy, Round Room[1], Halley's Comet[2] > Guyute[2], You Enjoy Myself

Set 2: Llama, Wolfman's Brother -> Jesus Just Left Chicago, Seven Below[3], Harry Hood[4], Chalk Dust Torture

Encore: First Tube

[1] Dixie tease.
[2] Mike on electric bagpipes.
[3] Third Stone from the Sun tease.
[4] Seven Below tease.


Round Room included a Dixie tease. Mike played electric bagpipes on portions of Halley’s and Guyute. Seven Below included a Third Stone from the Sun tease and the Hood intro included a Seven Below tease.

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Tuesday July 15th, 2003
USANA Amphitheatre
West Valley City, UT USA

Set 1: AC/DC Bag > Ya Mar, Theme From the Bottom, Saw It Again, Poor Heart, Two Versions of Me, Secret Smile, Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove

Set 2: Mr. Completely[1] -> Low Rider -> Big Black Furry Creature from Mars -> Buried Alive > Big Black Furry Creature from Mars > Ha Ha Ha > Big Black Furry Creature from Mars > Mr. Completely > Spread It 'Round[2], Walls of the Cave > Golgi Apparatus > Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: Sleeping Monkey

[1] Phish debut.
[2] Debut.


Fans who arrived early enough to hear the soundcheck from outside the venue caught a 30-plus-minute version of Scents and Subtle Sounds. Scents was later released as a track on iTunes. Video footage of the soundcheck was posted on phish.com. This show marked the Phish debut of Mr. Completely and the debut of Spread it ‘Round. This abbreviated version of Buried Alive was performed at a much faster tempo than usual and in a different key. This show was officially released on CD as Live Phish 07.15.03.

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Thursday July 17th, 2003
Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Kansas City
Bonner Springs, KS USA

Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Wolfman's Brother, Maze, Dirt, Pebbles and Marbles, Strange Design, Back on the Train > Divided Sky

Set 2: Tweezer -> Makisupa Policeman[1], Limb By Limb, Anything But Me > Horn > Waves, Cavern[2] > Run Like an Antelope

Encore: Contact[3] > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Lyrics referenced a member of Phish's security team, Jim Tobin, being arrested, as well as the name of Phish's chief of security, John Langenstein. Dust in the Wind tease.
[2] AC/DC Bag tease.
[3] Dixie tease from Trey.


The lyrics to Makisupa referenced a member of Phish’s security team, Jim Tobin, being arrested, as well as the name of Phish’s chief of security, John Langenstein. Makisupa also included a Dust in the Wind tease, prompting Trey to challenge the audience to name the song that was teased and call Mike’s hotline to win “some kind of crazy prize, like a date with Fishman or something.” Trey forgot the lyrics to Cavern, and after stumbling a bit, asked Page to take over. Cavern also included an AC/DC Bag tease. Contact contained a Dixie tease from Trey.

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Friday July 18th, 2003
Alpine Valley Music Theatre
East Troy, WI USA

Set 1: Axilla > Rift, Bathtub Gin -> The Mango Song, Roggae, Discern, I Didn't Know > Dust in the Wind[1] > I Didn't Know, David Bowie

Set 2: Down with Disease[2] -> Catapult, Bug, Secret Smile, Two Versions of Me, Twist > Character Zero

Encore: Harry Hood

[1] Phish debut; abbreviated version.
[2] Psycho Killer teases; unfinished.


Trey announced “Dan” as the winner of the contest from the night before, as Dan was the first to call Mike’s hotline to name Dust in the Wind as the song that was teased. Trey announced the prize was a private vacuum solo from Fishman to Dan. As homage to the movie Old School (which also featured Dust in the Wind), Trey encouraged the crowd to “earmuff” it while Dan received his prize. To bring the rest of the crowd in on the joke, Phish subsequently debuted an abbreviated version of Dust in the Wind. The song began as a solo vacuum piece but Trey jumped in on vocals to assist the struggling Fishman. Disease contained Psycho Killer teases and was unfinished. Catapult was sung over the jam that emerged from Disease.

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Friday July 18th, 2003
Alpine Valley Music Theatre
East Troy, WI USA

Set 1: Axilla > Rift, Bathtub Gin -> The Mango Song, Roggae, Discern, I Didn't Know > Dust in the Wind[1] > I Didn't Know, David Bowie

Set 2: Down with Disease[2] -> Catapult, Bug, Secret Smile, Two Versions of Me, Twist > Character Zero

Encore: Harry Hood

[1] Phish debut; abbreviated version.
[2] Psycho Killer teases; unfinished.


Trey announced “Dan” as the winner of the contest from the night before, as Dan was the first to call Mike’s hotline to name Dust in the Wind as the song that was teased. Trey announced the prize was a private vacuum solo from Fishman to Dan. As homage to the movie Old School (which also featured Dust in the Wind), Trey encouraged the crowd to “earmuff” it while Dan received his prize. To bring the rest of the crowd in on the joke, Phish subsequently debuted an abbreviated version of Dust in the Wind. The song began as a solo vacuum piece but Trey jumped in on vocals to assist the struggling Fishman. Disease contained Psycho Killer teases and was unfinished. Catapult was sung over the jam that emerged from Disease.

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Friday July 18th, 2003
Alpine Valley Music Theatre
East Troy, WI USA

Set 1: Axilla > Rift, Bathtub Gin -> The Mango Song, Roggae, Discern, I Didn't Know > Dust in the Wind[1] > I Didn't Know, David Bowie

Set 2: Down with Disease[2] -> Catapult, Bug, Secret Smile, Two Versions of Me, Twist > Character Zero

Encore: Harry Hood

[1] Phish debut; abbreviated version.
[2] Psycho Killer teases; unfinished.


Trey announced “Dan” as the winner of the contest from the night before, as Dan was the first to call Mike’s hotline to name Dust in the Wind as the song that was teased. Trey announced the prize was a private vacuum solo from Fishman to Dan. As homage to the movie Old School (which also featured Dust in the Wind), Trey encouraged the crowd to “earmuff” it while Dan received his prize. To bring the rest of the crowd in on the joke, Phish subsequently debuted an abbreviated version of Dust in the Wind. The song began as a solo vacuum piece but Trey jumped in on vocals to assist the struggling Fishman. Disease contained Psycho Killer teases and was unfinished. Catapult was sung over the jam that emerged from Disease.

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Saturday July 19th, 2003
Alpine Valley Music Theatre
East Troy, WI USA

Set 1: Sample in a Jar, Reba[1], Wilson[2], Scents and Subtle Sounds, Maze, Driver, NICU > Ya Mar[3], Rocky Top, Lawn Boy, Julius

Set 2: Piper[4] > Rock and Roll[5] -> Seven Below[5] -> Prince Caspian > You Enjoy Myself[6]

Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea

[1] No whistling.
[2] Extended jam segment.
[3] Lyrical change to reference Mike's Segway.
[4] Tweezer Reprise tease.
[5] Unfinished.
[6] Couldn't Stand the Weather tease.


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Wilson included an extended jam segment. NICU, Ya Mar, and Rocky Top were played in succession for the first time ever – which would be quite an obscure item to report, except that all three songs found Trey exhorting Page to “Play it, Leo!” Trey subsequently announced the songs as the “Leo Trio.” Ya Mar also included a lyrical change to reference Mike’s Segway. Piper contained a tease of Tweezer Reprise. Rock and Roll and Seven Below were unfinished. YEM included a Couldn’t Stand the Weather tease.

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Saturday July 19th, 2003
Alpine Valley Music Theatre
East Troy, WI USA

Set 1: Sample in a Jar, Reba[1], Wilson[2], Scents and Subtle Sounds, Maze, Driver, NICU > Ya Mar[3], Rocky Top, Lawn Boy, Julius

Set 2: Piper[4] > Rock and Roll[5] -> Seven Below[5] -> Prince Caspian > You Enjoy Myself[6]

Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea

[1] No whistling.
[2] Extended jam segment.
[3] Lyrical change to reference Mike's Segway.
[4] Tweezer Reprise tease.
[5] Unfinished.
[6] Couldn't Stand the Weather tease.


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Wilson included an extended jam segment. NICU, Ya Mar, and Rocky Top were played in succession for the first time ever – which would be quite an obscure item to report, except that all three songs found Trey exhorting Page to “Play it, Leo!” Trey subsequently announced the songs as the “Leo Trio.” Ya Mar also included a lyrical change to reference Mike’s Segway. Piper contained a tease of Tweezer Reprise. Rock and Roll and Seven Below were unfinished. YEM included a Couldn’t Stand the Weather tease.

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Saturday July 19th, 2003
Alpine Valley Music Theatre
East Troy, WI USA

Set 1: Sample in a Jar, Reba[1], Wilson[2], Scents and Subtle Sounds, Maze, Driver, NICU > Ya Mar[3], Rocky Top, Lawn Boy, Julius

Set 2: Piper[4] > Rock and Roll[5] -> Seven Below[5] -> Prince Caspian > You Enjoy Myself[6]

Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea

[1] No whistling.
[2] Extended jam segment.
[3] Lyrical change to reference Mike's Segway.
[4] Tweezer Reprise tease.
[5] Unfinished.
[6] Couldn't Stand the Weather tease.


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Wilson included an extended jam segment. NICU, Ya Mar, and Rocky Top were played in succession for the first time ever – which would be quite an obscure item to report, except that all three songs found Trey exhorting Page to “Play it, Leo!” Trey subsequently announced the songs as the “Leo Trio.” Ya Mar also included a lyrical change to reference Mike’s Segway. Piper contained a tease of Tweezer Reprise. Rock and Roll and Seven Below were unfinished. YEM included a Couldn’t Stand the Weather tease.

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Monday July 21st, 2003
Verizon Wireless Music Center
Noblesville, IN USA

Set 1: Cities > Runaway Jim, Meat, Water in the Sky, Stash, The Old Home Place, Vultures, Birds of a Feather > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[1]

Set 2: Suzy Greenberg > Taste, 46 Days > Tweezer > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Limb By Limb[2] > Good Times Bad Times

Encore: Loving Cup > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Shock the Monkey tease; concluded with a rave-up ending akin to the ending of Mango Song.
[2] DEG tease from Trey.


Trey teased The Chase part of Fluffhead after Runaway Jim. Weekapaug included a Shock the Monkey tease and concluded with a rave-up ending akin to the ending of The Mango Song. Limb By Limb contained a DEG tease from Trey.

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Monday July 21st, 2003
Verizon Wireless Music Center
Noblesville, IN USA

Set 1: Cities > Runaway Jim, Meat, Water in the Sky, Stash, The Old Home Place, Vultures, Birds of a Feather > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[1]

Set 2: Suzy Greenberg > Taste, 46 Days > Tweezer > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Limb By Limb[2] > Good Times Bad Times

Encore: Loving Cup > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Shock the Monkey tease; concluded with a rave-up ending akin to the ending of Mango Song.
[2] DEG tease from Trey.


Trey teased The Chase part of Fluffhead after Runaway Jim. Weekapaug included a Shock the Monkey tease and concluded with a rave-up ending akin to the ending of The Mango Song. Limb By Limb contained a DEG tease from Trey.

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Monday July 21st, 2003
Verizon Wireless Music Center
Noblesville, IN USA

Set 1: Cities > Runaway Jim, Meat, Water in the Sky, Stash, The Old Home Place, Vultures, Birds of a Feather > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[1]

Set 2: Suzy Greenberg > Taste, 46 Days > Tweezer > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Limb By Limb[2] > Good Times Bad Times

Encore: Loving Cup > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Shock the Monkey tease; concluded with a rave-up ending akin to the ending of Mango Song.
[2] DEG tease from Trey.


Trey teased The Chase part of Fluffhead after Runaway Jim. Weekapaug included a Shock the Monkey tease and concluded with a rave-up ending akin to the ending of The Mango Song. Limb By Limb contained a DEG tease from Trey.

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Tuesday July 22nd, 2003
Verizon Wireless Music Center
Noblesville, IN USA

Set 1: Punch You In the Eye > Beauty of My Dreams, Gumbo, Divided Sky, Boogie On Reggae Woman > Carini > Magilla, Possum

Set 2: Split Open and Melt -> Free > Friday, The Lizards, Walls of the Cave

Encore: Bouncing Around the Room, Frankenstein


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Tuesday July 22nd, 2003
Verizon Wireless Music Center
Noblesville, IN USA

Set 1: Punch You In the Eye > Beauty of My Dreams, Gumbo, Divided Sky, Boogie On Reggae Woman > Carini > Magilla, Possum

Set 2: Split Open and Melt -> Free > Friday, The Lizards, Walls of the Cave

Encore: Bouncing Around the Room, Frankenstein


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Wednesday July 23rd, 2003
Verizon Wireless Music Center
Noblesville, IN USA

Set 1: Scents and Subtle Sounds > Theme From the Bottom, Rift > Sample in a Jar, Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley[1], Billy Breathes, Seven Below, Cavern

Set 2: Down with Disease[2] > The Squirming Coil, Makisupa Policeman[3] -> Buffalo Bill, Run Like an Antelope, Thunderhead > Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: Waste

[1] No vocal jam.
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Keyword referenced writing a letter to Max Creek and also included a Dream Police quote.


Sneakin' Sally did not contain a vocal jam. Disease  was preceded by a Buffalo Bill tease and was unfinished. The lyrics to Makisupa referenced writing a letter to Max Creek. Makisupa also included a Dream Police quote. Antelope was dedicated to “our friend Greg” (presumably well-known fan Antelope Greg) for some “shit he’s got to deal with after this tour.” Trey encouraged Greg to not “let it get you down.”

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Wednesday July 23rd, 2003
Verizon Wireless Music Center
Noblesville, IN USA

Set 1: Scents and Subtle Sounds > Theme From the Bottom, Rift > Sample in a Jar, Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley[1], Billy Breathes, Seven Below, Cavern

Set 2: Down with Disease[2] > The Squirming Coil, Makisupa Policeman[3] -> Buffalo Bill, Run Like an Antelope, Thunderhead > Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: Waste

[1] No vocal jam.
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Keyword referenced writing a letter to Max Creek and also included a Dream Police quote.


Sneakin' Sally did not contain a vocal jam. Disease  was preceded by a Buffalo Bill tease and was unfinished. The lyrics to Makisupa referenced writing a letter to Max Creek. Makisupa also included a Dream Police quote. Antelope was dedicated to “our friend Greg” (presumably well-known fan Antelope Greg) for some “shit he’s got to deal with after this tour.” Trey encouraged Greg to not “let it get you down.”

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Wednesday July 23rd, 2003
Verizon Wireless Music Center
Noblesville, IN USA

Set 1: Scents and Subtle Sounds > Theme From the Bottom, Rift > Sample in a Jar, Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley[1], Billy Breathes, Seven Below, Cavern

Set 2: Down with Disease[2] > The Squirming Coil, Makisupa Policeman[3] -> Buffalo Bill, Run Like an Antelope, Thunderhead > Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: Waste

[1] No vocal jam.
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Keyword referenced writing a letter to Max Creek and also included a Dream Police quote.


Sneakin' Sally did not contain a vocal jam. Disease  was preceded by a Buffalo Bill tease and was unfinished. The lyrics to Makisupa referenced writing a letter to Max Creek. Makisupa also included a Dream Police quote. Antelope was dedicated to “our friend Greg” (presumably well-known fan Antelope Greg) for some “shit he’s got to deal with after this tour.” Trey encouraged Greg to not “let it get you down.”

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Friday July 25th, 2003
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre - Charlotte
Charlotte, NC USA

Set 1: Funky Bitch > Chalk Dust Torture, Two Versions of Me, Bathtub Gin, Limb By Limb, Back on the Train > Horn > Golgi Apparatus > Character Zero

Set 2: Drowned -> Kung -> Twist -> Heavy Things, Harry Hood > David Bowie[1]

Encore: The Star Spangled Banner, Bug

[1] Full-band Tweezer tease.


Kung (first since September 29, 1999, or 106 shows) was sung over the jam connecting Drowned and Twist. Bowie included a full-band Tweezer tease.

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Saturday July 26th, 2003
HiFi Buys Amphitheatre
Atlanta, GA USA

Set 1: Wilson > Cars Trucks Buses, The Wedge, It's Ice, My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own > Wolfman's Brother, Mexican Cousin, Guyute > Taste

Set 2: Piper[1] > Mountains in the Mist, Waves > Tweezer -> NICU[2] > Cavern > You Enjoy Myself[3]

Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Can't You Hear Me Knocking tease.
[2] Bass solo instead of Page's usual organ solo.
[3] Lyrical change to reference "IT." Concluded with a Happy Birthday tease.


Piper included a Can’t You Hear Me Knocking tease. NICU included a bass solo from Mike (complete with Trey yelling, “Play it, Cactus!”) instead of Page’s usual organ solo. YEM included a lyrical change to reference “IT” and concluded with a Happy Birthday tease for Chris Kuroda.

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Sunday July 27th, 2003
ALLTEL Pavilion
Raleigh, NC USA

Set 1: Runaway Jim > Ya Mar, Down with Disease, Divided Sky, Sample in a Jar, Discern, Anything But Me, Llama

Set 2: Ghost > Halley's Comet -> Seven Below[1], Tube > Prince Caspian[2] -> Also Sprach Zarathustra > Fire

Encore: The Squirming Coil

[1] Mozambique tease.
[2] Unfinished.


Seven Below included a Mozambique tease. After Seven Below, Trey “welcomed” Mike back to the stage (followed by a “Charge!” tease, with Mike’s name inserted). Caspian was unfinished.

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Tuesday July 29th, 2003
Post-Gazette Pavilion at Star Lake
Burgettstown, PA USA

Set 1: Daniel Saw the Stone > Camel Walk, Gotta Jibboo, Cool It Down, Scent of a Mule[1], Fee[2] -> Timber (Jerry) > When the Circus Comes > McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters, Golgi Apparatus

Set 2: Crosseyed and Painless -> Thunderhead, Brother, Harpua[3] > Bittersweet Motel > Harpua > Fooled Around and Fell in Love[4] > Hold Your Head Up > Harpua > David Bowie

Encore: Farmhouse

[1] Wouldn't It Be Loverly tease.
[2] Maze tease in jam out of Fee.
[3] Narration concerned Jimmy searching for "IT" and, eventually, joining a rock band and finding "IT" on the road.
[4] Phish debut.


Daniel was played for the first time since February 23, 1997 (285 shows). Scent of a Mule included a tease of Wouldn’t It Be Loverly (from My Fair Lady). The jam out of Fee included a Maze tease. Harpua was played for the first time since November 2, 1998 (171 shows). The Harpua narration concerned Jimmy searching for “IT” and, eventually, joining a rock band and finding “IT” on the road. The Phish debut of Fooled Around and Fell in Love was preceded by a HYHU tease. In the soundcheck, Seven Below was teased in the Jam and Blue Bayou was quoted in Bittersweet Motel. This show was officially released on CD as Live Phish 07.29.03.

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Wednesday July 30th, 2003
Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
Camden, NJ USA

Set 1: My Friend, My Friend, Lonesome Cowboy Bill, Scents and Subtle Sounds, You Ain't Goin' Nowhere[1], Spock's Brain > Chalk Dust Torture, On Your Way Down, Fast Enough for You[2] > Taste

Set 2: Twist, Bug, You Enjoy Myself, Walls of the Cave

Encore: Secret Smile

[1] Phish debut.
[2] Bathtub Gin tease from Page.


Lonesome Cowboy Bill was played for the first time since October 31, 1998 (173 shows). This show marked the Phish debut of You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere. On Your Way Down was played for the first time since October 2, 1999 (108 shows). FEFY included a Bathtub Gin tease from Page.

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Thursday July 31st, 2003
Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
Camden, NJ USA

Set 1: Llama, The Moma Dance > Divided Sky, Dirt > Seven Below, The Sloth, Water in the Sky, Wolfman's Brother > Possum

Set 2: Piper > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[1] -> Free > Friday > Harry Hood

Encore: Frankenstein

[1] In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease.


Weekapaug included an In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease. The tease may have been homage to Iron Butterfly guitarist Erik Braunn, who passed away two days before.

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Thursday July 31st, 2003
Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
Camden, NJ USA

Set 1: Llama, The Moma Dance > Divided Sky, Dirt > Seven Below, The Sloth, Water in the Sky, Wolfman's Brother > Possum

Set 2: Piper > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[1] -> Free > Friday > Harry Hood

Encore: Frankenstein

[1] In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease.


Weekapaug included an In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease. The tease may have been homage to Iron Butterfly guitarist Erik Braunn, who passed away two days before.

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Thursday July 31st, 2003
Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
Camden, NJ USA

Set 1: Llama, The Moma Dance > Divided Sky, Dirt > Seven Below, The Sloth, Water in the Sky, Wolfman's Brother > Possum

Set 2: Piper > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[1] -> Free > Friday > Harry Hood

Encore: Frankenstein

[1] In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease.


Weekapaug included an In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease. The tease may have been homage to Iron Butterfly guitarist Erik Braunn, who passed away two days before.

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Saturday August 2nd, 2003
Loring Commerce Center at Loring Air Force Base
Limestone, ME USA

Set 1: AC/DC Bag, Ya Mar[1] -> Runaway Jim, Reba[2], Birds of a Feather, Meatstick[3], Two Versions of Me, Vultures, Limb By Limb, Cavern

Set 2: Down with Disease[1] > NICU -> Brother, Lawn Boy, Discern, Waves -> Jam > David Bowie

Set 3: Rock and Roll -> Seven Below[1] -> Scents and Subtle Sounds[4] -> Seven Below -> Spread It 'Round > Bug

Encore: Dog Log > The Mango Song

Set 4: Tower Jam

[1] Unfinished.
[2] Night Speaks to a Woman intro tease.
[3] Japanese lyrics.
[4] Seven Below teases.


This was the first show of the IT festival. Ya Mar, Disease, and Seven Below were unfinished. Reba included tease of the intro to Night Speaks to a Woman in the pause before the whistling. Birds was followed by a “Meatstick” chant from the crowd, prompting Trey to note that the band would “like to honor” the request. After a long pause, Trey commented, “We’re taking our sweet time up here because…we have no place to go for two days.” Meatstick subsequently included the Japanese lyrics. NICU ended with a bass solo from Mike at Trey’s request (“Play it, Cactus!”). Scents and Subtle Sounds included Seven Below teases. Before Dog Log, Trey remarked that the band couldn’t figure out what to play, and noted how, on this tour, the band made a conscious effort to not think about what songs they were going to play next. The fourth set “Tower Jam” found Phish playing on top the old air traffic control tower near the concert field. The set consisted of roughly an hour’s worth of unscripted jam material, with no notable teases or jams present. While Phish jammed, Chris Kuroda illuminated the tower’s interior and exterior with a light show and dancers suspended by wires around the side of the tower performed on the structure.

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Saturday August 2nd, 2003
Loring Commerce Center at Loring Air Force Base
Limestone, ME USA

Set 1: AC/DC Bag, Ya Mar[1] -> Runaway Jim, Reba[2], Birds of a Feather, Meatstick[3], Two Versions of Me, Vultures, Limb By Limb, Cavern

Set 2: Down with Disease[1] > NICU -> Brother, Lawn Boy, Discern, Waves -> Jam > David Bowie

Set 3: Rock and Roll -> Seven Below[1] -> Scents and Subtle Sounds[4] -> Seven Below -> Spread It 'Round > Bug

Encore: Dog Log > The Mango Song

Set 4: Tower Jam

[1] Unfinished.
[2] Night Speaks to a Woman intro tease.
[3] Japanese lyrics.
[4] Seven Below teases.


This was the first show of the IT festival. Ya Mar, Disease, and Seven Below were unfinished. Reba included tease of the intro to Night Speaks to a Woman in the pause before the whistling. Birds was followed by a “Meatstick” chant from the crowd, prompting Trey to note that the band would “like to honor” the request. After a long pause, Trey commented, “We’re taking our sweet time up here because…we have no place to go for two days.” Meatstick subsequently included the Japanese lyrics. NICU ended with a bass solo from Mike at Trey’s request (“Play it, Cactus!”). Scents and Subtle Sounds included Seven Below teases. Before Dog Log, Trey remarked that the band couldn’t figure out what to play, and noted how, on this tour, the band made a conscious effort to not think about what songs they were going to play next. The fourth set “Tower Jam” found Phish playing on top the old air traffic control tower near the concert field. The set consisted of roughly an hour’s worth of unscripted jam material, with no notable teases or jams present. While Phish jammed, Chris Kuroda illuminated the tower’s interior and exterior with a light show and dancers suspended by wires around the side of the tower performed on the structure.

setlist via phish.net


click image to view more stubs from summer tour 2003

Saturday August 2nd, 2003
Loring Commerce Center at Loring Air Force Base
Limestone, ME USA

Set 1: AC/DC Bag, Ya Mar[1] -> Runaway Jim, Reba[2], Birds of a Feather, Meatstick[3], Two Versions of Me, Vultures, Limb By Limb, Cavern

Set 2: Down with Disease[1] > NICU -> Brother, Lawn Boy, Discern, Waves -> Jam > David Bowie

Set 3: Rock and Roll -> Seven Below[1] -> Scents and Subtle Sounds[4] -> Seven Below -> Spread It 'Round > Bug

Encore: Dog Log > The Mango Song

Set 4: Tower Jam

[1] Unfinished.
[2] Night Speaks to a Woman intro tease.
[3] Japanese lyrics.
[4] Seven Below teases.


This was the first show of the IT festival. Ya Mar, Disease, and Seven Below were unfinished. Reba included tease of the intro to Night Speaks to a Woman in the pause before the whistling. Birds was followed by a “Meatstick” chant from the crowd, prompting Trey to note that the band would “like to honor” the request. After a long pause, Trey commented, “We’re taking our sweet time up here because…we have no place to go for two days.” Meatstick subsequently included the Japanese lyrics. NICU ended with a bass solo from Mike at Trey’s request (“Play it, Cactus!”). Scents and Subtle Sounds included Seven Below teases. Before Dog Log, Trey remarked that the band couldn’t figure out what to play, and noted how, on this tour, the band made a conscious effort to not think about what songs they were going to play next. The fourth set “Tower Jam” found Phish playing on top the old air traffic control tower near the concert field. The set consisted of roughly an hour’s worth of unscripted jam material, with no notable teases or jams present. While Phish jammed, Chris Kuroda illuminated the tower’s interior and exterior with a light show and dancers suspended by wires around the side of the tower performed on the structure.

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Sunday August 3rd, 2003
Loring Commerce Center at Loring Air Force Base
Limestone, ME USA

Set 1: Daniel Saw the Stone > Saw It Again, Punch You In the Eye, Army of One > Chalk Dust Torture[1], Wilson[2], Mike's Song[3] > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[4]

Set 2: Mellow Mood > Ghost -> Mountains in the Mist, Pebbles and Marbles, You Enjoy Myself[5] -> Chariots of Fire[6] > Loving Cup

Set 3: 46 Days, Julius > The Lizards, Secret Smile > Run Like an Antelope[7]

Encore: Good Times Bad Times

[1] DEG teases from Mike. Ending performed at near double-time.
[2] Trey omitted a verse.
[3] "Hendge" lyric from Mike.
[4] Seven Below tease.
[5] Lyrical change: "Boy, Man, God, IT;" Frankenstein tease from Mike and vocal quote of Daniel Saw the Stone.
[6] Phish debut.
[7] Under Pressure and It's Ice teases.


This was the second show of the IT festival. Chalk Dust contained DEG teases from Mike. The ending of Chalk Dust was performed at near double-time. Trey omitted a verse in Wilson. Afterwards, he announced that it was the “shortest version ever” and dedicated it to Phish archivist Kevin Shapiro. Trey then humorously announced that the band would next play the “longest Bittersweet Motel” (traditionally one of the shortest songs in the Phish canon). The crowd responded with a passionate “Fluffhead” chant, but Trey responded: “Mike says no” (prompting laughs from the other band members). Appropriately, Trey launched into Mike’s Song but Mike had the last laugh: during the Mike’s Song intro, Mike sang his “Hendge” lyric that had been omitted from Wilson. Weekapaug included a Seven Below tease. YEM contained the event-appropriate lyrical change “Boy, Man, God, IT,” a Frankenstein tease from Mike, and a vocal quote of Daniel Saw the Stone. The band vamped on the theme to Chariots of Fire (a Phish debut) while Trey introduced the top finishers in the Runaway Jim 5K race. During Antelope, Trey thanked the staff, road crew, caterers (“part of the reason we’re playing so well is because we have the best food this tour that we’ve ever had”), and fans. He concluded by encouraging everyone to drive safely and noted tongue-in-cheek that next year’s “IT 2” would have a traffic-free entrance. Antelope also included Under Pressure and It’s Ice teases.

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