After nine shows at the soon to be demolished Spectrum, Phish stepped up to the newer Wachovia Center tonight for the first of two shows. The band started off strong with a batch of classics and never took their collective feet off the gas. Even Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan, one of the few new songs the band played, absolutely smoked. It was one “big gun” Phish song after another for most of the show peaking with a Harry Hood > The Mango Song > Mike’s Song > Simple > Slave to the Traffic Light > Weekapaug Groove segment that just wouldn’t quit.
November 24, 2009
Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Bathtub Gin, Cities > Camel Walk, The Curtain With, The Wedge, The Moma Dance, Reba, Golgi Apparatus, Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan
Set 2: Possum > Down With Disease > 20 Years Later > Harry Hood, The Mango Song > Mike’s Song > Simple > Slave to the Traffic Light > Weekapaug Groove
Encore: A Day In The Life
Phish returns to the Wachovia Center on Wednesday night.
READ ON for a look at past Phish Philadelphia gigs…
Photos by Jake Krolick of the 7th Annual BBoy BBQ held June 10th, 2006 in south Philadelphia. “Our continued and sole purpose is to maintain and celebrate the styles and traditions of our community through HIP HOP culture” – POSE2/BBOY-BBQ Founder
For more info see: bboy-bbq.com
Upon entering the Tower, I was immediately floored by the gothic architecture, the lavish lobby, and the wide marble steps leading up to the second floor. At some point during the show I remember stopping and finally soaking in my surroundings, and thought to myself,