, attached to 2014-07-16

Review by hellfaucet

hellfaucet I got to the lot around 3:30, hung out and partied until right before Wolfman's. The songs were shorter than normal but the show and energy of the crowd was f***ing awesome the whole night. At one point I was enjoying myself so much I screamed 'f*** YEAH!!" at the top of my lungs (maybe after they slayed that 46 days? And my wife turns to me and says, "So now you're officially the 'f*** yeah" guy."

I'm Ok with being that guy, they were throwing down some seriously funky rock n roll and I was having a blast.

I had an awesome time and felt the whole show was super tight, but maybe too tight for a lot of fans. I certainly didn't mind getting so many songs in one night, and I probably won't regret getting another show like that again. "It's Ice" was absolutely stellar. Mike was dropping huge bombs all night long, and he definitely took the lead most of the night. We got a couple super awesome one-timers throughout the show: Shortest Tweezer, first ever Mike's> Ghost, first ever 2001 encore. My whole section in the pav was groovin' so hard most of the night. Lots of herbs being passed around to everyone in my section, chill security, and lots of old faces I love to see in for the show.

The party in the lot after the show was also very chill, and it was nice to linger for awhile and hang out. Everyone I spoke to after the show had a genuinely awesome time and enjoyed the show. Our group alone had 3 new people, who all had a total blast and were asking about the next time Phish was coming to town. Mission accomplished, as far as I'm concerned.

f*** the haters, seriously. Try to enjoy yourselves more.


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