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Scent of a Mule included a Smoke on the Water tease by Trey. DWD contained an Axilla tease from Trey and was unfinished. Hood included a Happy Birthday tease by Trey and an Auld Lang Syne tease from Mike. The Birds was quoted in Suzy.

Weekapaug included a Stash tease from Trey, quotes from The Birds, and featured Trey on Marimba Lumina and Mike on guitar.

The Birds was teased and quoted during the segue between Theme and Cities. Trey teased Manteca in the Cities jam. The Phish debut of Dem Bones began a cappella, then Fish moved to vacuum. The song was then stopped because, Trey said, the vacuum had become stuck to Fish's face. Brian Brown and Lee Scott (Trey's guitar tech and Fish's drum tech respectively) came out to assist in trying to remove the vacuum and then went behind the stage with Fish to fix the problem, with Mike suggesting they switch it "from suck to blow." There was the sound of a small explosion and the lights went out. A giant inflatable Fishman then emerged from behind the stage and took off over the crowd, while the balloon drop, including Henrietta donut balloons, occurred and the band played Auld Lang Syne. Trey quoted Martian Monster during his speech at the end of Julius.

AC/DC Bag and Ghost contained Auld Lang Syne teases. Swept Away and Steep were played for the first time since July 1, 2000 (145 shows). Demand was played for the first time since November 14, 1996 (392 shows). NO2 was played for the first time since July 13, 1999 (219 shows). Prior to the third set, a pedestal stating 2010 was placed on the front of the stage and a covered structure was placed behind Fish's drumset. During DWD, as the clock turned midnight, hundreds of balloons were released upon the crowd, fireworks went off on each side of the stage, and a disco ball was lowered onto the pedestal. After DWD, Trey opened the ball and Fish climbed inside. Trey and Mike, with some help from stagehands, proceeded to put the ball in a giant cannon aimed towards a giant net hanging from the rafters with an illuminated “X” on it. Page hit the trigger and purportedly "blasted" the ball through, not only the net, but also the roof of the arena. A searchlight appeared to come through the roof and was accompanied by helicopter sounds. With Fish apparently shot out of the venue, Trey asked if anybody knew how to play the drums and ended up finding Sarah, a girl from Pittsburgh. Trey asked how long she had played the drums and what her favorite song was and she responded with six months and Fluffhead respectively. Sarah was surreptitiously replaced by Fish, now wearing a dress identical to Sarah's and a black wig, who played the entire third set and encore, but Sarah came out at the end of the third set and bowed with the band instead of him. Blue Moon was a Phish debut and was performed as an instrumental while Trey thanked the entire crew. After the show, the disco ball was revealed to have "crashed" into a white car that had been parked in front of the American Airlines Arena with a sign on the windshield stating "This car was driven down from Vermont" and "fueled by maple syrup."  After being “struck” by the “human cannonball,” the car was emitting smoke and leaking maple syrup and the entire area was cordoned off with police tape. 

Dixie Cannonball and Gone were Phish debuts. During Love You, Fish mentioned Trey's announcement on December 28, 2009 that it was Fish's last vacuum solo "of the aughts," so he announced that he needed "someone dressed like me" to do it, brought audience member Rich onstage to do the solo, then gave him the vacuum. Antelope included numerous Boogie On teases, the Marco Esquandolas lyric had "Marco" replaced with "Rich, let's hear it for him," and subsequent lyrics were changed to "Been you to have any Electrolux?" Frankenstein featured Page on keytar. Corinna was played for the first time since February 24, 2003 (100 shows) and Tela was played for the first time since November 24, 1998 (236 shows). This gig featured ten songs not previously performed in 2009 inclusive of two debuts.

My Soul was played for the first time since October 7, 2000 (110 shows). During I Didn't Know, Trey announced that this would be the final vacuum solo of the decade. Makisupa's key words were "Woke up this morning, did just what I like, spent a whole two minutes listening to nobody but Mike." Mike took a subsequent bass solo during which the band (and shortly thereafter the crowd) chanted "Mike." Makisupa's lyrics were later changed to reference Mike's house. The band then started to repeat "Mike's house."

The brief conclusions of Wilson and Tube completed the versions from the previous evening. Weekapaug included Jungle Boogie lyrics and a Divided Sky tease; Weekapaug, YEM, First Tube, and Chalk Dust also included Auld Lang Syne teases. Seven Below was unfinished. The house music played over the P.A. during the second setbreak consisted solely of songs that referenced “cars” in their titles. As midnight neared during Jungle Boogie (a Phish debut), Fish’s drum kit was wheeled to the side of the stage. An Austin Cooper Mini automobile was lowered to the stage from above. The Miami Palmetto Senior High Band and cheerleading squad emerged from the car one-by-one, giving the impression that they were all in the car together. In reality, the car had touched down over a trap door in the stage and the guests came out from underneath. Also emerging were dancers similar to the bunny-women present at the IT Festival. The marching band joined in on the jam that emerged from Jungle Boogie. With the stage covered with marching band members and dancers (some even on top of Page’s baby grand piano), an emcee (dressed in an Eddie George, Tennessee Titans, #27 football jersey) counted the clock down to midnight. A massive balloon drop followed. Phish then led the marching band through an instrumental version of Iron Man (also a Phish debut). Reba did not have the whistling ending. For his “first song of 2004,” in honor of the Miami Heat, Fish performed the Phish debut of Feel the Heat, which contained Fame quotes from Trey and Fish. HYHU contained more references to “Henrietta’s Heat” as Fish took laps around the stage. Frankenstein was preceded by a Fluffhead tease.

Wilson contained War Pigs teases from Mike and was unfinished. The song may have been played as an opener in memoriam of actor Earl Hindman, best known as “Wilson” from the television series Home Improvement, who passed away earlier in the day. NICU contained Shafty teases from Mike. Weigh was played for the first time since August 2, 1998 (200 shows). Cities included Sand teases. Gin included Show Biz Kids and After Midnight teases. 2001 included a P. Funk (Wants to Get Funked Up) jam containing some brief lyrics, as well as Gin, Sand, Auld Lang Syne, and The Little Drummer Boy teases. Tube was unfinished. L.A. Woman was a Phish debut; Birds included L.A. Woman teases. During Makisupa, Trey noted that they were going to play Touch Me, but decided not to because Fish couldn't remember the words and they didn't know how have a horn section. To make it up to the crowd for letting them down, Trey brought out George Clinton and Parliament/Funkadelic (also known as The P. Funk All-Stars). Trey commented “and that’s even better than Touch Me!” Page teased Touch Me while Trey was talking. The ensuing P. Funk Jam moved through pieces of several classic Parliament/Funkadelic tunes including Butt-a-Butt, Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof Off the Sucker), P. Funk (Wants to Get Funked Up), and One Nation Under A Groove. Get Low (Lil Jon and the Eastside Boyz) was also part of the medley. By the end of the jam, Fish was alone on stage playing vacuum. Fish then exited, leaving the stage empty. Phish returned alone to finish Makisupa; to prove that P. Funk was better than Fish singing Touch Me, Makisupa closed with Fish singing the first line of Touch Me a cappella. During the last chorus of Contact, Trey sang lines like “L.A. Woman” and “Make my funk the P. Funk” in place of his usual harmonies.

SET 1: Cholly (Funk Getting Ready to Roll), Funkentelechy, Bop Gun, Undisco Kidd, Cosmic Slop, Aquaboogie, Booty > Hard as Steel, Stroke, Speed Dreamin’ > Bounce to This, Never Gonna Tell It, Maggot Brain, Cholly (Funk Getting Ready to Roll), Flashlight, Knee Deep


Piper was preceded by an On Broadway tease. Wolfman's included Apostrophe teases by Trey. Twist contained a Dinah-Moe Humm quote from Trey. Free included a guitar and bass duet jam. A lengthy audience ovation followed Free.

Frankie Says was unfinished and included an extended jam segment. Fish forgot the words to Love You and scatted one verse, then sang, in near-perfect time: “I can’t remember the words now / I can’t remember the words / And it really doesn’t matter ‘cause I can’t sing either / So who gives a fuck, it’s time for the vacuum cleaner.” During the closing HYHU, Fish introduced the band, and himself as “Henrietta.” Suzy included an extended jam segment after the first chorus. Trey seemed to end the song after the second chorus while the rest of the band continued to play. The jam after Suzy contained a Lizards tease from Trey.

SET 1: Nash [1], Diggin' Up Bones[1], Body in the Lake[1], UFO[1], No Egos Underwater[1], Saturn[1], Turn On Your Love Light[1]

SET 2: Beggin’ You To Stay, I'm So Glad, Slubb, Basically Frightened, Grandma’s Got a Motorcycle, Lima, Planet Earth, Fixin' To Die

ENCORE: Get to Know You Better


This was the second show of the Big Cypress festival. Fish was introduced as 'Soda Jerk' during I Didn’t Know. Split Open and Melt and Disease were unfinished. Melt contained A Love Supreme teases. After the ensuing Catapult, Trey remarked: “Only at the largest concert in the world could we get away with playing a song like that.” After Midnight made its Phish debut. The late set, also known as “The Show,” began at around 11:35. “Father Time” was on stage, pedaling on an exercise bike that powered a large clock. The sounds of the clock’s gears could be heard through the sound system. About ten minutes before midnight, “Father Time” collapsed from exhaustion and the clock stopped. Then, a large fan boat entered the concert field and approached the stage. Early in its journey, the fan boat exploded away and revealed the hot dog used in the 1994 New Year’s stunt. While the band rode the hot dog to the stage, an instrumental version of Meatstick began to play over the P.A.. The band reached the stage and fed several meatsticks to Father Time, reviving him so that the clock could continue moving toward midnight. The band then took the stage and played Meatstick to begin The Show. Dancers were on stage prior to Phish reaching it. Auld Lang Syne and Disease were accompanied by fireworks. Heavy Things was recorded live and rebroadcast as part of ABC television’s New Year’s Eve coverage. In a humorous effort to confuse the home audience, Trey instructed the crowd to yell the word “cheesecake” in lieu of cheering at the end of the song. After twice giving the example of yelling the word once, Trey changed his mind and instructed the crowd to chant it, adding for them to say it like they were pissed. Trey then introduced the band for the rebroadcast and offered a message of peace and harmony for the world where he reminded people to drive in the right lane unless passing another vehicle. Meatstick was subsequently teased as the New Year approached in the central time zone. Crosseyed included a DEG tease. YEM included a vocal jam based around the word “cheesecake” and Trey altered the lyrics to Axilla and Albuquerque to reference the word. Inlaw Josie Wales featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Quadrophonic Toppling debuted, albeit with different music than on The Siket Disc, and included My Soul teasing from Mike. Rock and Roll included an After Midnight tease. Love You included band introductions; Fish introduced Page before the song and Mike and Trey afterwards, and the band as “Phish 2000” (see November 2, 1990). Piper contained Bug teases from Page. 2001 began with the signature Hood drum roll. After the show closed with yet another version of Meatstick, the Beatles song Here Comes the Sun was piped through the crowd at sunrise. Two breakouts were played: Crosseyed and Painless (first since August 13, 1997, or 159 shows), and Love You (first since July 5, 1997, or 179 shows).

This was the first show of the Big Cypress festival. Light Up was played for the first time since March 1, 1989 (1,092 shows), included Jibboo teases from Mike, and was unfinished. Corinna was subsequently played for the first time since February 18, 1989 (1,096 shows). Che Hun Ta Mo and Big Alligator (both Phish debuts) featured guests John McEuen on mandolin, Raiford Starke on guitar, and Seminole Indian Chief Jim Billie on guitar and lead vocals. Mike’s Song included an Immigrant Song tease and Weekapaug included a Light Up tease and an Auld Lang Syne tease at midnight.

Karl Perazzo sat in on percussion for the entire show. Trey teased China Cat Sunflower (the segue into I know You Rider) in the intro of Possum.

Karl Perazzo sat in on percussion for the entire show. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Mike repeatedly teased the bass line of Dave's Energy Guide in the C&P jam and then Trey very briefly teased it as well. The lyric “Norton Charlton Heston” replaced “Marco Esquandolas” in Antelope. Butch Trucks joined the band on drums for the encore while Fish played Trey’s percussion rack. Portions of this performance were released to the syndicated radio program The Album Network. This show was released as the Coral Sky DVD in 2010 and is available as a download from LivePhish.

Guest percussionist Karl Perazzo played the entire show. After Suspicious Minds, Trey introduced Fish as “Norton Charlton Heston.”

A new band/audience chess match started at this show. The opening chess moves were made during a short jam that followed Runaway Jim and featured Trey on percussion. Timber included a brief Mind Left Body tease. Trey teased The Rover at the end of Ha Ha Ha. Possum featured Butch Trucks on drums, while Fish played trombone and Trey’s percussion rack. Possum also included a One Way Out jam. The Phish debut of Brown Eyed Girl featured Jimmy Buffett on vocals.

Soundcheck: Billy Breathes Intro, Billy Breathes, Poor Heart (slow version), Funky Bitch

SET 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Foam, Billy Breathes, Divided Sky, Esther > Free, Julius, I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome[1], Cavern

SET 2: Maze, Gumbo, Stash -> Manteca -> Stash -> Dog Faced Boy[2] -> Stash, Strange Design, You Enjoy Myself -> Immigrant Song Jam -> You Enjoy Myself

ENCORE: The Wedge, Rocky Top


Trey teased Fire (Ohio Players) in Julius. I'm Blue I'm Lonesome was performed acoustic. This fantastic Stash included 25 or 6 to 4, Esther, and Ya Mar teases. Dog Faced Boy was performed over a different arrangement than usual. YEM included Low Rider teases. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Possum contained a Simpsons signal as well as Dixie, Woody Woodpecker theme, and Johnny B. Goode teases. The soundcheck's Poor Heart and Funky Bitch were both slow versions, with Funky Bitch containing alternate lyrics.

This was a free show. Runaway Jim contained a Gypsy Queen tease. YEM included an Another One Bites the Dust jam and a Mission: Impossible tease from Trey. This version of Harry Hood appears on A Live One. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Antelope included an All Fall Down signal and a Cannonball tease. Weekapaug closed with a Can’t You Hear Me Knocking jam. The Foreplay part of Foreplay/Long Time was subsequently teased again in Cavern.

This show marked the Phish debut of Golden Lady. Esther included Random Note and Simpsons signals. Page teased Esther in McGrupp. Nellie Kane and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic and without microphones.

Ginseng Sullivan and Sweet Adeline were performed acoustic without microphones. Ginseng also featured Fish on washboard. Lion Sleeps Tonight was teased in Wilson, Bowie, Hood, McGrupp, and Possum. Bowie also contained an All Fall Down signal and Kashmir teases from Page. Page teased Entrance of the Gladiators in Axilla. Possum also included McGrupp, Bowie, Wilson, Peaches, Wolfman's, Axilla, and DEG teases. During one of the pauses in BBFCFM, Fish said his mother was in attendance, prompting a New York, New York tease from Page.

There was no vocal jam in YEM, as the song melted into FEFY. I Didn't Know featured Fish on Madonna washboard. Split Open included teases of Ice Ice Baby and was unfinished. Sanity was played for the first time since May 17, 1992 (201 shows). Reba contained a Simpsons signal. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.

Soundcheck: Reggae Jam, Funky Bitch, Magilla, Ginseng Sullivan, Blues Jam

SET 1: Runaway Jim, Foam, Sample in a Jar, Rift, Down with Disease > Bouncing Around the Room, It's Ice > Run Like an Antelope, The Squirming Coil, Julius > Sparkle, Good Times Bad Times

ENCORE: Golgi Apparatus


This single-set performance was part of the annual SunFest that also included Joan Baez, Blues Traveler, Huey Lewis & The News, Los Lobos, The Village People, and Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers. Trey teased Dixie in Foam. Antelope contained Magilla teases.

SET 1: Alone, Optimistic Thought, Mulling It Over [1], Should I Stay or Should I Go?, Low Rider > Go Outside and Drive, What's For Breakfast, Sweet Pain, The Good the Bad and the Ugly > Gina, Love and Greed, Crash Burn, Sweet Talking Hippie

ENCORE: But Anyway


Trey sang some of  the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Fee also contained an Entrance of the Gladiators tease from Page. Stash featured a Buried Alive tease from Trey. The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. It's Ice contained a Munsters theme tease from Page.

Brother made its first appearance since July 14, 1992 (143 shows). Other breakouts included Dog Log (dedicated to Paul, and first since May 4, 1991, or 283 shows), La Grange (first since March 17, 1991, or 310 shows) and Sparks (first since September 13, 1990, or 392 shows). Guelah Papyrus contained a Simpsons signal. Bathtub Gin contained Low Rider, Sweet Virginia, and I Feel Pretty (West Side Story) teases. Page teased Blue Monk in My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own. The jam out of Mike’s featured Joe Rooney of the band First Born on vocals. Bike was preceded by a Moonshadow tease from Mike. There were Contact, Jean Pierre, When the Saints Go Marching In, Gimme Some Lovin', and Makisupa teases in Antelope, along with the lyric “Marco Policeman-dolas” and an All Fall Down signal. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. This show was originally scheduled for the Cuban Club Plaza and was moved to the Ritz Theatre two weeks prior to the gig.


Hydrogen contained A-Hunting We Will Go teases. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Fish changed Terrapin's lyrics to reference Pete Schall.


Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. I Didn't Know featured Fish on the Madonna "sister" washboard. YEM contained an Oye Como Va tease and the vocal jam was based on Pete Schall.

Mockingbird included a surfing narration and a tease of the Gilligan’s Island theme song. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone. Bowie included Oom Pa Pa and Simpsons signals and a teases of the theme from Jeopardy! Wilson included a Random Note signal. Mike teased Iron Man in Big Ball Jam. If I Only Had a Brain featured Mimi Fishman on vacuum. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones.


The beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Antelope contained a tease of The Price of Love and Simpsons and All Fall Down signals. Stash contained a HYHU tease from Mike and was unfinished. The beginning of Hydrogen included the lyrics "I walk awakening on the misty fields of forever." This show marked the Phish debut of Nellie Kane. Mike subsequently teased Nellie Kane in Weekapaug, which was unfinished. Mike teased Dog Log in Possum.


Guelah Papyrus included a Simpsons signal before the Secret Language Instructions. The Instructions included a Call to the Post tease from Page and introductions of the Simpsons and Random Note signals. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone. The Bowie intro contained Maze teases from Mike. The YEM vocal jam was based on How Many More Times (Led Zeppelin) and later contained Frankenstein and Jeopardy! teases. Trey teased the theme from Woody Woodpecker before The Squirming Coil.

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