Thanks for a fine review, @TwiceBitten. That was me sitting behind you. Personally, I had a wonderful time at the show, while also acknowledging a few limitations in the moment like flubs or a jam not jelling and taking off—so what? Like every Phish show I've seen in the last 25 years, it was different from the one that came before, and will likely differ in tone, style and setlist from what follows. I had been feeling a little burned out on Phish in 2019, but these shows, including night 3, piqued my taste interest in large part through the unpredictability of the no-repeats gag. This whole tour is obviously not some people's cup of tea, but I adored being in the room with them in Chucktown, felt a lot of love coming from the stage and among the phans I hung out with, familiar and otherwise.I totally agree. Totally different show for me. At first we weren’t totally sure it was a no-repeat thing on Friday, then it became apparent. And that made me very excited!
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