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This set was part of Borderland Music + Arts Festival, took place on the Main Stage, and was dedicated to James Casey. Llama was performed in an alternate arrangement.

Heavy Things, the TAB debut of Lost in the Pack, and Brian and Robert featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Llama was performed in an alternate arrangement. Trey teased Super Bad in Gotta Jibboo. Trey performed Strange Design solo acoustic.

This performance took place at the Coors Light Blues Tent. Blaze On's lyrics were changed to "dancing in the tent." Trey teased Moby Dick in A Wave of Hope.

This performance was part of ALL IN Music & Arts Festival and took place in the Indosphere (officially known as the Indiana Farmers Coliseum).

Trey performed along with Les Claypool, Bob Weir, and Billy Strings at Billy's wedding. This setlist is incomplete.

The proceeds from this concert went towards The Vermont Community Foundation's VT Flood Response & Recovery Fund. Mike Gordon was a special guest and performed multiple songs. This list is incomplete.

Reba did not contain the whistling ending. Chalk Dust was unfinished. Mike teased Merrily We Roll Along after the soundcheck's Fast Enough for You.

Trey dedicated Carini to Frenchie (Tim Gazaille), a fan who had passed away earlier in the year and was the "naked guy" during the rain delay at Dick's the previous summer. Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Halley's Comet. Blaze On's lyrics were changed to "we'll be dancing here at Dick's." We Are Come To Outlive Our Brains was performed for the first time since August 6, 2021 (109 shows).

This performance was a benefit for Vermont and Upstate New York flood recovery efforts. Down with Disease was unfinished. Golden Age through Possum featured Derek Trucks on guitar. Trey teased If I Only Had a Brain in Everything's Right.

This private pre-show ahead of the Phish show at Saratoga Performing Arts Center was for Waterwheel Foundation Package ticket holders. All songs were performed acoustic. Trey teased We Welcome You to Munchkinland after Water in the Sky and said he had no clue that the previous day (in which he teased We Welcome You to Munchkinland several times during the Phish show) had been the anniversary of the release of The Wizard of Oz.

This performance was a benefit for Vermont and Upstate New York flood recovery efforts and was a free webcast with all proceeds via donation going to those efforts. Coinciding with the 84th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz being released in the United States on the date of this show, Trey teased We Welcome You to Munchkinland (or It Really Was No Miracle) several times in Sand as well as at the end of Chalk Dust Torture, Fish wore his hair with a single pigtail sticking out of the front of his head like a munchkin for the second set, and We Welcome You to Munchkinland was the postshow music. Trey also teased Dave's Energy Guide in Sand.

This private pre-show ahead of the Phish show at Saratoga Performing Arts Center was for Waterwheel Foundation Package ticket holders. All songs were performed acoustic.

Trey teased The Secret of Life (The Dead Milkmen) in Divided Sky. In NICU, Trey asked Page to "Play it slowly for us, Leo!" Guy Forget was played for the first time since September 4, 2011 (425 shows). The second Tweezer included a Frankenstein tease from Trey. Everything's Right had quotes of Manteca by Fish and teases of Tweezer.

This show featured the Phish debut of Back in the Bubble. Halley's Comet's lyrics were changed to "central part of New York City." Trey teased We're Off to See the Wizard in Roggae and Nellie Kane in Crosseyed.

Page and Trey teased Frankenstein in It's Ice. Cavern was played in a slower, funkier manner than usual. Trey quoted The Well in The Howling. Frankenstein was played for the first time since December 7, 2019 (120 shows) and featured Page on keytar. Slave's lyrics were changed to "see the greatest city."

This show featured the Phish debut of Broken Into Pieces and the first Sanity since August 6, 2021 (103 shows). Fish quoted The Well in Wolfman's Brother. Kill Devil Falls was unfinished.

This show featured the debut of Life Saving Gun. AC/DC Bag was unfinished and My Friend My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. After Llama, Trey said he wasn't sure if they had already played Llama (during the band's seven night residency at Madison Square Garden) and after Fish said they hadn't, Trey said "let's play it again!" and Llama was started again for a few seconds. Trey teased ...And Flew Away in Tube. Page teased Let's Spend the Night Together in Suzy Greenberg.

Bug was dedicated to Jovi (who had joined Trey on stage to sing the song on June 20, 2022), who was in attendance. Trey teased Stash in The Wedge. Also Sprach Zarathustra was unfinished and included a Psycho Killer tease from Trey. Cracklin' Rosie was performed for the first time since July 6, 2012 (397 shows).

Trey and Page teased Can't You Hear Me Knocking in A Wave of Hope. The lyrics in Cities were changed to "find the best city to live in" and "I found myself a city to live in."

Fish teased I Am Hydrogen at the end of the first Mike's Song. The Moma Dance was unfinished. Backwards Down the Number Line was played for Chris Kuroda's birthday. Trey teased Set Your Soul Free in Carini.

Happy Birthday was performed for Lisa Simpson (she had made Fish's "Syracuse colored" dress for the evening and was in attendance). Trey and Page teased That's All in Tweezer. Page teased Long Tall Glasses in Possum and Hold Your Head Up after I Didn't Know. The soundcheck's My Soul had Dog Log lyrics.

This show featured the Phish debut of Monsters. Page teased Taxman in Rock and Roll. In the soundcheck, Trey briefly worked on Sugar Shack in between the Clear Your Minds. A few seconds of Memories and Carolina were sung after the final full band Grind.

This show featured the Phish debut of Pillow Jets (previously known as On Pillow Jets when it debuted with the Trey Anastasio Trio a month earlier). Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Maze. Page teased Eleanor Rigby in David Bowie and Ruby Waves. The soundcheck's My Soul contained a Monsters quote from a Trey. Trey teased Back on the Train and Divided Sky after the rest of the band left the stage during the soundcheck.

This show was stopped in the middle of Scents and Subtle Sounds due to severe weather in the area.

This show featured the Phish debut of mercy. Happy Birthday was performed for the first time since June 25, 2016 (251 shows) and was for Jim Pollock. Trey and Mike teased Timber (Jerry the Mule) in Light. Trey mentioned Jim in Backwards Down the Number Line. Suzy Greenberg contained The 9th Cube teases from Trey and Page and The Howling quotes from Trey.

This show featured the Phish debuts of The Well and The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia (the latter and HYHU featuring Fish on guitar). You Enjoy Myself was played for a fan who had a shirt stating Phish had not played a YEM in Georgia in 20 years.

Trey teased The Lion Sleeps Tonight in the first Tweezer.

This show featured the Phish debut of ...And Flew Away. Trey teased What's the Use? in Roggae. The Nile Song was teased as well as quoted (by Fish) in Prince Caspian. Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Ruby Waves. My Friend, My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending

This show featured the Phish debut of Ether Edge. Trey teased Super Bad in Free. Trey changed the first Alumni's lyrics to "no PhD."

This show featured the Phish debut of Oblivion. The intro to Also Sprach Zarathustra featured Fish on Marimba Lumina. DWD was unfinished. Mike teased Moby Dick in Chalk Dust Torture.

James Casey joined for the encore (he not appear elsewhere during the show) to sing on Over the Rainbow, which was performed a cappella, and play saxophone on First Tube.

Blaze On's lyrics were changed to "dancing by the water" and the song ended with Everything's Right quotes prompting Trey to say "we're going to end every song like that tonight." Gotta Jibboo also ended with an Everything's Right quote from Trey. O-o-h Child featured James Casey (who did not perform during the show) on vocals.

This performance was part of Peach Music Festival and took place on the Peach Stage.

This show featured the debut of Moonlight and Mike Gordon debut of Rich Man. This setlist is unconfirmed.

Casual Enlightenment through Guilty Pleasures featured Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou on trumpet, Spencer Merk on trombone, and Eric Wurzelbacher on tenor saxophone. Mike teased Mike's Song in Haywire.

This show featured the debuts of Undone and Don't Walk Away. Mike and Scott teased Skin It Back at the end of Undone.

This show featured the Mike Gordon debuts of A Wave of Hope, Who Knows Who?, and Funny Thing About Love. Who Knows Who? and Funny Thing About Love featured Tessa Gordon on vocals and the entire encore featured Eric Biondo on trumpet, Lynn Ligammari on saxophone, and Michael Williams on bass trumpet.

This performance was part of Northlands Music & Arts Festival, took place on the Echo Stage, and featured the debuts of Guilty Pleasures and Tilting. The Mike Gordon debut of Get U Ready featured Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet. This setlist is unconfirmed.

This show featured the debuts of Pure Energy, Connected, and Revolution of the Mind and the Mike Gordon debuts of Before You Gotta Go, Mull, Ooh I Like Your Loving, Circling, You Sexy Thing, and Carini.

Soundcheck: blazing down the twisted wire, flying blind (x2), Llama, Valdise (x3), Party Time, Splinters of Hail, Quantegy, The Silver Light, Evolve, roll like a river, Lonely Trip, Ocelot

SET 1: Shaking Someone's Outstretched Hand, hey stranger, blazing down the twisted wire, Llama, No Men In No Man's Land, roll like a river, Party Time, Evolve, The Silver Light, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan

SET 2: Gotta Jibboo, Broken Into Pieces, flying blind, Wolfman's Brother, Valdise, Splinters of Hail, Ocelot, Heavy Things, Lonely Trip, Everything's Right

ENCORE: Carini


This show featured the debuts of Broken into Pieces, flying blind, Valdise, and Splinters of Hail and the first public performance of Shaking Someone's Outstretched Hand (which had previously been played on October 23, 2020 during the Beacon Jams). Llama was performed in an alternate arrangement. The Llama in the soundcheck was also performed in an alternate arrangement and was incomplete. Trey teased a little more time before the soundcheck's Ocelot.

Soundcheck: The Moma Dance, Ghosts of the Forest, Shaking Someone's Outstretched Hand, Ruby Waves

SET 1: I Never Needed You Like This Before, If I Could See the World, Spin, Undermind > Ghosts of the Forest > The Endless Dream, mercy, Pillow Jets, 46 Days

SET 2: Outside the Lines > Ruby Waves > Machine, About to Run, The Moma Dance > Twist

ENCORE: A Wave of Hope


This show featured the debuts of The Endless Dream, Pillow Jets, Outside the Lines, and Machine and the first public performance of If I Could See the World (which had previously been played on October 9, 2020 during the Beacon Jams). Moma Dance was unfinished. Fish quoted Louie, Louie in Twist. Trey and Fish quoted The Well in the soundcheck's Moma Dance. hey stranger was teased before the soundcheck's Shaking Someone's Outstretched Hand.

This show featured the debuts of Where They'll Find Us, Perseid, Monsters, Oblivion, The Well, and Ether Edge, the first public performance of The Greater Good (which had previously been played on October 16, 2020 during the Beacon Jams), and the Trey Anastasio debut of Halfway Home (previously only performed by Ghosts of the Forest and Phish). Perseid had evolved from Forward People, which had been released as a single in 2021. The first Perseid was unfinished due to technical issues. Air Said To Me was performed for the first time since December 31, 2006. What's Done was last played on February 28, 2010. Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in The Greater Good. Ghost's lyrics were changed to "the story of Fish in Telluride."

SET 1: Zeed Al Maal Jam Lalla Aisha in Jhaptal Dream Wanderer Sand Pacing Like Prince

SET 2: Power Plant, The Tingler King Kong Berber Song


Pacing Like Prince featured Ryan Montbleau on vocals. Mike sat in on bass for Power Plant.

Mike sat in on acoustic guitar with Tessa providing vocals for Funny Thing About Love and You're No Good.

Chalk Dust Torture was unfinished. Trey teased Johnny B. Goode in Back on the Train.

Soundcheck: Fish was a guest at this show which benefited The Waterwheel Foundation.

SET 1: Nobody Finer She Belongs to Me Crooked Piece of Time Fluffhead Suzy Drew Promised Land Franklin's Tower Mississippi Blues Dancin' Plague Space Automatic Pilot

SET 2: In Case You Didn't Know Downtown, Lesser Charge, Can't Always Listen, Suzy Greenberg, Crimes of the Mind


Fish sat in on drums from Downtown through the end of the show. Downtown consisted of only Ella, Fish, and Parker. Ella sang vocals on Lesser Charge. This show benefited The Waterwheel Foundation.

SET 1: Little Crazy Too Nobody Finer Ain't No More Caine Franklin's Tower Dancin' Plague Space Automatic Pilot Promised Land Suzy Drew In Case You Didn't Know

SET 2: Can't Always Listen Downtown, Lesser Charge, Fluffhead, Show of Life


Fish sat in on drums from Downtown through the end of the show. The debut of Downtown was only Ella, Fish, and Parker. Ella sang vocals on Lesser Charge. Show of Life was performed in a fast style. This show benefitted The Waterwheel Foundation.

Soundcheck: Driver, Knuckle Bone Broth Avenue (this soundcheck is possibly incomplete)

SET 1: The Curtain With, Carini -> All of These Dreams, Stash, Halfway to the Moon, Mull > Undermind, Theme From the Bottom

SET 2: My Soul > Tweezer -> Simple > Rock and Roll

ENCORE: Miss You, Sand


The Curtain With was performed for the first time since June 30, 2019 (117 shows). During Carini, Trey mentioned Frenchie (Tim Gazaille), a fan who had passed away the previous day. Tweezer featured Fish on Marimba Lumina.

Wolfman's Brother was unfinished. After Izabella, Trey said they had to play one by a local musician, Jimi Hendrix.

Soundcheck: My Soul, Foam, Martian Monster, Lonely Trip, Bouncing Around the Room (this soundcheck is possibly incomplete)

SET 1: Blaze On -> Plasma -> Blaze On, Vultures, Sample in a Jar, Ya Mar, Steam > My Friend, My Friend > Walls of the Cave > Ghost

SET 2: A Wave of Hope, Bouncing Around the Room, No Men In No Man's Land -> Golden Age, Martian Monster, The Wedge, Bug > Back on the Train

ENCORE: Fluffhead


My Friend My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Trey teased The Secret of Life (The Dead Milkmen) in A Wave of Hope.

Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Wolfman's Brother. A lyric in Tube was changed from "fun" to "sun." Page teased the theme from Speed Racer in YEM.

Dinner and Movie was performed for the first time since August 4, 2017 (177 shows). Trey teased If I Only Had a Brain and Dave's Energy Guide in Ruby Waves. Chalk Dust Torture was unfinished. Mike and Trey teased Sundown in Bathtub Gin.

Page teased The Little Drummer Boy in the first Tweezer. Trey teased Super Bad in Weekapaug. The second setbreak music was comprised of songs referencing past Phish New Year's Eve gags. Before the third set began, a barbershop quartet appeared with a singing telegram for Phish. The telegram said that at the stroke of midnight it would be 40 years for Phish and to make a wish. Trey wished he had a time machine so they could do it all again. A cube descended from overhead and a time machine was revealed near Mike. The quartet activated the time machine and the cube played audio and video from past years of Phish. Dancers from various past new year's gags appeared on stage as well as a wombat (from October 31, 2013). The wombat broke the time machine and Ghost began with dancers and characters (like Father Time from December 31, 1999 and the Famous Mockingbird from December 31, 1992) continuing to appear from the band's past performances. Ghost featured Meatstick lyrics sung from the band as well as by dancers in different languages in a nod to December 31, 2010. The first Bohemian Rhapsody since December 31, 1996 (850 shows) featured the Late Show Gospel Choir singing on risers behind the band and Ghost quotes from Page and the choir with subsequent lyrics changed to reference Ghost. The first Jungle Boogie since December 31, 2003 (544 shows) featured the BD Entertainment Marching Band marching band along with the choir. The marching band and choir were also featured in Wilson where a platform above Trey that had appeared for the entire New Year's run descended and the clone that had been lying on the platform rose and was revealed to be a Tom Hanks actor from Cast Away. Inflated Wilson volleyballs were then tossed into the crowd. Only the final verse was sung in Wilson which contained Jungle Boogie quotes and was unfinished. During Auld Lang Syne, Phish briefly stopped playing and ate cake in front of the stage while the marching band and choir continued to perform. Carini featured several dancers in "naked dude" costumes emerging from a birthday cake in front of the stage and dancing and running around with security trying to catch them. The Theme from New York, New York was performed for the first time since December 31, 1997 (772 shows) and featured the naked dude dancers performing a kickline in front of the stage while adding vocals and Trey changing the lyrics to "if I could be naked there." Page teased Tweezer in Caspian. Piper contained Crosseyed quotes. During Tweezer Reprise, the wombat ran and danced across the stage. The post show music was Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, which was a nod to Phish playing their 72nd show at Madison Square Garden, tying Elton John.

Fluffhead was unfinished. Trey teased Dave's Energy Guide in Bathtub Gin. This show featured the Phish debut of hey stranger. Trey teased Heartbreaker in Ruby Waves.

Trey teased A Wave of Hope in Twist. Mike teased Plasma in Harry Hood.

SET 1: These Days


This performance was part of the 2022 Ally Coalition Talent Show.

This performance was part of the 2022 Ally Coalition Talent Show. Trey sat in on guitar for Goodmorning and Bloodbuzz Ohio.

SET 1: Beacon Joyride All That You Wanted Plants Arbitrary Dirty South Fever Dream City Kids, Run of the Mill Chaise Longue Atom Dance No Occasion Psycho Killer The Hardest Button to Button Elevator


Mike sat in on bass for City Kids.

Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Ghost through Party Time featured Rick Mitarotonda on guitar and Peter Anspach on keys. First Tube through Party Time also featured Jeff Arevalo and Ben Atkind on percussion. Trevor Weekz played bass on First Tube and was on percussion for the encore. Llama was performed in an alternate arrangement and had its final lyric changed to "Taboose." Party Time ended with the horns and everyone else on percussion playing as everyone walked off stage.

SET 1: Flodown Pancakes Turned Clouds Dripfield Rockdale, Elmeg the Wise, Hot Tea


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Rockdale through Hot Tea featured Trey on guitar. Hot Tea also featured James Casey on saxophone, Natalie Cressman on trombone, and Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet.

Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Mr. Completely through Money, Love and Change featured Rick Mitarotonda on guitar and Peter Anspach on keys.

SET 1: Slow Ready Jive I Jive Lee Bob Don Factory Fiction Madhuvan, Animal


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Madhuvan and Animal featured Trey on guitar. Animal also featured Russ Lawton on drums.

Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. The TAB debut of Meet Me at the Creek featured Trey and Billy Strings on acoustic guitars and Billy on vocals. Possum featured Billy on guitar and additional vocals. The Moma Dance and Gotta Jibboo featured Billy and Rick Mitarotonda on guitar and Peter Anspach on keys with Billy adding vocals to Gotta Jibboo. The TAB debut of Love and Regret as well as Water in the Sky were performed by just Trey and Billy on acoustics. Billy sang on Love and Regret. Back on the Train featured Billy and Rick on guitars and vocals and Peter on keys. Carini featured Billy and Rick on guitars, Peter on keys and vocals, Trevor Weekz on bass, and Jeff Arevalo and Ben Atkind on percussion.

SET 1: Arrow Seekers on the Ridge Pt 1 Seekers on the Ridge Pt 2 Thatch Arcadia Hungersite, Tumble


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Hungersite and Tumble featured Trey on guitar with Trey adding vocals on Hungersite.

Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Sand and the full TAB debut of Suzy Greenberg (last played by Trey outside of Phish on February 23, 2011 as a solo acoustic performance of the song) featured Rick Mitarotonda on guitar and Peter Anspach on keys with Rick and Peter adding vocals to Suzy. Jeff Arevalo, Ben Atkind, and Trevor Weekz also joined on percussion for Suzy. More and Backwards Down the Number Line were performed by Trey solo acoustic.

SET 1: Butter Rum Creatures Moby All I Need Yeti Get the Funk Out Ma Face This Old Sea, The Empress of Organos


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. The Old Sea and The Empress of Organos featured Trey on guitar. Trey added vocals on The Old Sea.

Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Mr. Completely and Rise/Come Together featured Rick Mitarotonda on guitar and Peter Anspach on keys. The first full TAB performance of Possum featured Rick on guitar, Peter on keys, and Jeff Arevalo, Ben Atkind, and Trevor Weekz on percussion. Prior to this show, the only other time Possum had been played publicly as "TAB" was at the first TAB performance on February 15, 1999 as Trey, Tony Markellis, and Russ Lawton (it was played on October 23, 2020 during the Beacon Jams). This was also the first Possum to be played by any member of Phish with a full horn section since July 27, 1991.

SET 1: So Ready California Magic Thatch Don't Do It Madhuvan Red Bird > Hot Tea


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Red Bird and Hot Tea featured Trey on guitar. Trey added vocals on Red Bird.

Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. No Men In No Man's Land through Carini featured Rick Mitarotonda on guitar and Peter Anspach on keys. Carini also featured Trevor Weekz on bass and Jeff Arevalo and Ben Atkind on percussion.

SET 1: Animal Flodown Arrow Hollywood Nights Arrow Dripfield Fish in the Sea Factory Fiction


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Fish in the Sea featured Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet, Natalie Cressman on trombone, and James Casey on saxophone. Factory Fiction featured Trey on guitar.

Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Back on the Train and Steam featured Rick Mitarotonda on guitar and Peter Anspach on keys with Rick and Peter adding vocals to Back on the Train. Theme From the Bottom was performed by Trey solo acoustic. Rick joined Trey on acoustic guitar for Strange Design and also sang vocals. Blaze On featured Rick on guitar, Peter on keys, and Jeff Arevalo, Ben Atkind, and Trevor Weekz on percussion.

SET 1: Drive Echo of a Rose Rockdale Same Old Shenanigans Silver Rising Wysteria Lane > Arcadia


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Trey sat in on guitar for Wysteria Lane and Arcadia and added vocals on Arcadia.

Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Wolfman's Brother through First Tube featured Rick Mitarotonda on guitar and Peter Anspach on keys. The TAB debut of Llama and First Tube also featured Jeff Arevalo and Ben Atkind on percussion with First Tube also featuring Trevor Weekz on bass. Llama was performed in an alternate arrangement and had its final lyric changed to "Taboose."

SET 1: Turbulence & The Night Rays Atlas Dogs Time to Flee Electric Avenue Tumble A Western Sun All I Need, Pancakes


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Trey sat in on guitar for All I Need and Pancakes and added vocals on Pancakes.

Trey teased the Odd Couple theme in Ocelot. Trey performed Theme From the Bottom through More solo acoustic. More was started in the wrong key, aborted, and restarted in the correct key.

Tessa and Mike sang Yerushalyim Shel Zahav (with Mike also on guitar) as part of the "Bowl Hashanah" service and stream from Brooklyn Bowl. This was the first known performance of the song by any member of Phish since December 31, 1994.

Last Tube began as First Tube. Bug was performed by the Trey Anastasio Band with a full lineup (minus James) for the first time since May 31, 2002 (it had been played by TAB as "Classic TAB" with Trey, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis, and Ray Paczkowski in 2008 and by the Trey Anastasio Trio in 2018).
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