Phish UIC Pavilion Setlist & Skinny: Night Two

Setlist…

Set 1: Dinner and a MovieHa Ha HaChalk Dust TortureMexican CousinWalls of the Cave >Runaway JimFoamI Didn’t KnowOcelotGinseng SullivanThe WedgeLimb By LimbLet It Loose

Set 2: Down with Disease[1] -> TwistBackwards Down the Number LineTheme From the Bottom >Golden AgeA Day in the LifeYou Enjoy Myself[2]

Encore: Heavy ThingsSlave to the Traffic LightRocky Top

[1] Leave it to Beaver theme tease from Mike; unfinished.
[2] Walk This Way teases, Darth Vader quote at end of vocal jam.

Notes: During I Didn’t Know, Trey and Mike held up t-shirts of Otis Redding for the “Is this a picture of Otis Redding?” lyric. DWD contained a Leave it to Beaver theme tease from Mike and was unfinished. YEM contained Walk This Way teases and the vocal jam contained a Darth Vader quote.

[via Phish.net]

  • Venue Capacity / Attendance: 9,250 / 9,250
  • Previous Shows at Venue06/18/1994, 11/25/1994, 11/07/1998, 11/08/1998, 11/09/1998 and 08/15/2011 [7 including tonight]
  • Number Of Songs / Length – First Set: 13 / 8:03 > 10:36 (93 Minutes)
  • Number Of Songs / Length – Second Set & Encore: 10 / 10:07 > 11:48 (101 Minutes)
  • Total Number of Songs / Covers / Originals: 23 / 5 / 18
  • Biggest Bustout: Let It Loose (Last Played 10/31/2009 – 96 Shows)
  • Debuts: N/A
  • Average Song Gap: 15.48
  • Wardrobe: Forthcoming
  • Longest LivePhish Track / Shortest LivePhish Track: You Enjoy Myself 22:52 / Ha Ha Ha 1:37
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3 Responses

  1. Las night looked standard but wow sounded great with the exception of the wedge. Phish 3.0 thanks for coming back boys

  2. Last night was one of the better shows I’ve seen in recent memory. Set II opening DWD was right up there with Pine Knob’s version might give 6/3 the nod slightly because of the “A Love Supreme” Jam but last night’s was no slouch. Others have said it as well but last night’s YEM has to go straight on the short list of top 3.0 versions. It definitely felt a little more full at the UIC Pav last night. So far 2 smoking good shows will be excited to see what the boys have in store for us tonight.

  3. The band had so much fun, and so did we! Our seats were on Page-side, right by the stage, so we could see Trey smiling, and Mike’s fingers….I got basically every nerve and muscle enjoying the Phish-flow. They are so much fun — wish I had a ticket for tonight!

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