, attached to 2013-07-19

Review by gray121

gray121 What started out as a very enjoyable scene headed south. Let me get this straight we were sent from one area "outside" to another area "outside" to wait it out. We fans were no safer 100 feet from where we were originally standing. I think Live Nation just didn't want people to die on there immediate property, but rather in the parking lot, well that's just a fine spot to stand. I saw people seeking refuge under campus trees. Not safe by any measure! The walk back in town was actually quite amusing. Most people took a very scenic route back stopping to star gaze at the lightning show in the horizon over the well lit city skyline. The rapid tempurature drop combined with gusting wind, a beautiful view and the companionship of my ten thousand friends made it feel like the show had not yet ended. When I arrived to my hotel I was greeted by hotel staff telling me I had to park down the street in the rain as there parking lot was full. Is it wrong of me to think that when you pay $200 per night it should include a parking space? But as most of us in the phish family always do. We just smile and try to make the best of any given situation. However I can't help feeling there is a higher power at work here. I think Phish could have easily played five more songs before a single drop of rain fell which could have saved them a butt load of time and money. Now I need a refund for the rip cord was premature on this one guys. How's that napkin for a roof? I hope they bring heat tomorrow!


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