, attached to 2010-10-19

Review by jbell

jbell My brother and I made the trip down from Nova Scotia on a random tuesday or wednesday (I can't remember) to see this show and it was excellent. I had only seen outdoor shows to date and we were both shocked at how tiny the venue was! We had to jump on the opportunity to get up close and made our way right up on the gate...pretty surreal to watch the boys upclose jam it out all night. Some memorables for me looking back on it were a sweet FYF>Mike's>FYF..just killed it, and a beauty Nellie Kane. For me the show almost had a "throwback to the early 90's" feel to it. Maybe it was the size of the venue, obscurity of the town, or the fact that we were buying pre-poured plastic cups of home-town Dark Ale on fold out tables inside the arena, but songs like Golgi and Divided Sky reminded me of the first time I ever listened to Phish 13 years ago. No such thing as a bad Phish show but this one was special for my Bro and I - Completely different than any other show we've been to!

Straight up Conduit you're right concert going isn't about age it's about the enjoyment of music. Don't hate on peeps who've come to party because that's what Phish is broooossss


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