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This performance was cancelled as a result of the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak and rescheduled for July 18, 2021.

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This performance was cancelled as a result of the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak and rescheduled for July 17, 2021.

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This performance was cancelled as a result of the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak and rescheduled for July 16, 2021.


The Birds was quoted in Birds of a Feather. Trey teased The Little Drummer Boy and the Theme from S.W.A.T. in Crosseyed. Twist contained Heartbreaker, Crosseyed, and Time Loves a Hero teases. Crosseyed was teased and quoted in Split Open and Melt.

This show and marked the debut of Infinite. Trey teased the Theme from S.W.A.T. in Mike's Song and It's Ice. Mike teased Nellie Kane in Weekapaug Groove. It's Ice also included a Mind Left Body Jam tease from Trey. Golden Age contained Tweezer teases.

Soundcheck: Home, Set Your Soul Free, All of These Dreams (this soundcheck is incomplete)

SET 1: Set Your Soul Free[1], Wolfman's Brother, Roggae > Poor Heart > Undermind > Simple, Ya Mar, Sand

SET 2: Chalk Dust Torture[2] > My Friend, My Friend[3] > Fuego > Sparkle, Halley's Comet > Light, Waste, Rock and Roll

ENCORE: Tube > Golgi Apparatus


This show featured the Phish debut of Set Your Soul Free. Trey teased Third Stone From the Sun at the end of Wolfman's Brother. Chalk Dust was unfinished and My Friend didn't contain the "Myfe" ending.

Driver was played for the first time since August 3, 2013 (111 shows). Mike teased Sundown in Bathtub Gin. Love You was played for the first time since October 23, 2010 (216 shows).

This show featured the debut of Ass Handed. The Old Home Place was played for the first time since June 28, 2012 (155 shows). Crosseyed contained an Under Pressure tease from Trey. Ghost featured Trey on Marimba Lumina and Mike and Page on percussion. NMINML was teased in Ghost, CDT, and 2001 and quoted in Ghost. Crosseyed was teased in Stash, Ghost, CDT and quoted in NMINML, Ghost, 2001, and Cavern. What's The Use? was teased in Stash, Ghost, CDT, and Cavern. Fish quoted Makisupa in Wilson. Mike teased Ramble On in GTBT.

This show featured the debut of Say Something. Disease was unfinished. Undermind featured Fish on Marimba Lumina. Light contained a Sneakin' Sally tease from Mike.

Happy Birthday was played for Chris Kuroda (last played March 8, 2009, or 186 shows) and contained a Call to the Post tease from Mike. There was a full-band (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction tease before Wilson. Before the "blat-boom!" in Wilson, Trey, wearing a Russell Wilson t-shirt, talked about how he wanted to hear the Wilson chant this season in Seattle. Secret Smile was performed for the first time since November 1, 2009 (156 shows). Crosseyed included Seven Below teases from Fish. Twist contained a Tequila tease. Steam contained a Crosseyed tease and quote. Bowie contained Bug teases and Crosseyed teases and quotes. During Character Zero Trey asked Kuroda to turn off the lights for a "Moon Jam" that featured band members howling at the moon! Fire featured alternate lyrics from Trey "Move over rover and let Jon Fishman take over!"

Wolfman's contained Heartbreaker teases. The Antelope intro contained Reba whistling and Tweezer, Tweezer Reprise, Nellie Kane, Blister in the Sun, and Sand teases. The Antelope jam segment subsequently contained teases of Golden Age. Antelope's "Marco Esquandolas" lyric was changed to "Mike-O Esquandolas." Suzy contained an I Feel the Earth Move tease from Mike.

This show marked the Phish debut of Middle of the Road. Page teased The Birdwatcher in Ya Mar. Prior to Mike’s solo in the intro of Antelope, Trey whispered, “Cactus, Cactus, Cactus gonna play it for you, Cactus.” The keyword for Makisupa was “did like Bobby Brown. I ate my breakfast and I laid back down.” Trey and Mike switched instruments during Makisupa. Trey teased Hedwig’s Theme during YEM. BDTNL was unfinished.  Fish teased Llama several times at the end of Piper. During the soundcheck, Trey played an extended tease of the intro to Fly Famous Mockingbird.

Round Room included a Dixie tease. Mike played electric bagpipes on portions of Halley’s and Guyute. Seven Below included a Third Stone from the Sun tease and the Hood intro included a Seven Below tease.

Soundcheck: Boogie On Reggae Woman, Piper, Harry Hood, “Cone-Headed Dog Blues”

SET 1: Taste, Mexican Cousin, Stash, NICU, Heavy Things, Mock Song[1], Army of One[2], Maze

SET 2: Piper > Two Versions of Me[1], Tweezer -> Dogs Stole Things, Water in the Sky, Ghost > David Bowie

ENCORE: Frankenstein > Tweezer Reprise


This show marked the debut of Mock Song and Two Versions of Me, and the Phish debut of Army of One. Tweezer included a Free tease.

Trey teased Long Tall Glasses in Limb By Limb. Heavy Things and Sand made their Phish debuts at this show. Hood concluded with an atypical, repetitive ending.

Will It Go Round in Circles and Gotta Jibboo made their Phish debuts at this show.

Trey teased Close to the Edge and Makisupa Policeman in Ya Mar. Gumbo included a Manteca tease. This unfinished Weekapaug included syncopated jamming and a tease of the theme that signals the closing of the jam segment of Taste by Trey.

Stash included a Manteca tease and Reba did not have the whistling ending.

Disease included teases of Three Blind Mice and Take Me Out to the Ball Game in its intro and was unfinished. Disease was subsequently teased near the end of Tweezer. During Hood, Trey asked Chris Kuroda to turn off the lights, "So we can just have the outdoor vibe here." Also, at Hood's end, Trey added "Mount Hood" once after the lyric, "You can feel good about Hood."
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