|Official Poster Triptych by: Daniel Mumford|
Set 1: Wilson > Rift, Ocelot, Water in the Sky, Sample in a Jar, Funky Bitch, 46 Days, Theme From the Bottom, Yarmouth Road > Limb By Limb, Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove
Set 2: Down with Disease -> Piper > Roggae > Waves -> Tweezer > Julius > Backwards Down the Number Line > Character Zero
Encore: Sleeping Monkey > Tweezer Reprise
 Lyric changed to "swinging on my bush." Unfinished.
 Mike on power drill.
· Theme from Shaft quote in Theme From the Bottom
· The Tears of a Clown and Fuego teases in Down with Disease
· Theme from The Odd Couple tease in Tweezer
· Rhapsody in Blue tease in Tweezer Reprise
Notes: This show was officially webcast via LivePhish.com. Prior to the start of the first set, Trey brought out a jack-o'-lantern with the Wilson logo carved into it and set it down before beginning Wilson. Theme contained a funk jam with quotes of the Theme from Shaft ("Who's the Chuck Norris-looking private dick who's a sex machine with all the chicks?"), and banter about Fish's least favorite and second-least favorite presidents ("Bush"), and favorite beer ("Busch"). DWD contained teases of Tears of a Clown and Fuego by Mike, lyrics changed to "swinging on my bush," and was unfinished. Mike used the power drill in the Piper intro. Trey teased the Odd Couple Theme in Tweezer and Page teased Rhapsody in Blue in Tweezer Reprise.
Set 1: Cavern > Runaway Jim, Sand, Halfway to the Moon, Halley's Comet, Tube, Possum, When the Circus Comes, Sugar Shack, Jesus Just Left Chicago, David Bowie
Set 2: Twist -> Gotta Jibboo > Makisupa Policeman > Light -> Chalk Dust Torture, Meatstick > Boogie On Reggae Woman > The Wedge, Slave to the Traffic Light
Encore: Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley
 with Shaft quotes
 Jesus Just Left Chicago and Beethoven's 5th Symphony teases.
 Get Back tease and Under Pressure Jam.
 Keywords: Bush & O.G. Kush
 Alternate lyrics referencing bush and kush.
 With Shaft quote and Call to the Post tease.
· Theme from Shaft quote in Runaway Jim
· Jesus Just Left Chicago tease in David Bowie
· Get Back and Under Pressure teases in Twist
· Theme from Shaft and Call to the Post quotes in Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley
· Theme from The Rockford Files tease in Boogie On Reggae Woman
Notes: This show was officially webcast via LivePhish.com. Runaway Jim contained quotes by Trey of the song "Shaft," including, "Who's the green private dick who's a sex machine to all the chicks? Cactus! John Cactus." Before Halfway to the Moon, Trey noted that the band is excited about the tune, and he hopes that it makes the new album, Wingsuit. Bowie featured teases of Jesus Just Left Chicago (in the intro) and Beethoven's 5th Symphony (in the jam). Twist included a Get Back tease and an Under Pressure jam. The keywords for Makisupa were "Bush" and "O.G. Kush." Both keywords were repeated throughout this version of Makisupa and were referenced later in the set during Boogie On, which also included a tease of the theme from The Rockford Files by Mike. Sally contained a Shaft quote and ended with a Call to the Post tease
Set 1: Heavy Things, The Moma Dance > Poor Heart > Back on the Train, Silent in the Morning, Kill Devil Falls, Mound, Free > Camel Walk, Stash, Golgi Apparatus, Bathtub Gin
Set 2: Wingsuit, Fuego, The Line, Monica, Waiting All Night, Wombat, Snow, Devotion To A Dream, 555, Winterqueen, Amidst the Peals of Laughter, You Never Know
Set 3: Ghost > Carini, Birds of a Feather, Harry Hood, Bug, Run Like an Antelope
Encore: Quinn the Eskimo
 Debut. Ended with Mike on power drill.
 Debut; Acoustic.
 Debut; with Abe Vigoda and the Abe Vigoda Dancers.
 Phish debut.
 Alternate lyrics referencing the Abe Vigoda Dancers.
Notes: This show was officially webcast via LivePhish.com. Breaking with tradition, Phish donned a musical costume "from the future," a yet to be recorded album that will apparently be entitled, Wingsuit. All of the songs in the second set were debuts other than Winterqueen, which was played by TAB on October 1, 2011. Wingsuit ended with Mike on power drill. Monica, Snow and Amidst the Peals of Laughter were all performed acoustic, and Amidst the Peals of Laughter was performed as a Page and Trey duet. Wombat featured the dance stylings of Abe Vigoda and the Abe Vigoda Dancers. Antelope also featured alternate lyrics referencing the Abe Vigoda Dancers.
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