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Axilla featured the Axilla II ending and was followed by banter from all four band members continuing the pan story from the previous night’s show and ending with a mention of pan flute extraordinaire Zamfir. Richard Glasgow (a.k.a. Dickie Scotland) then came onstage appearing as Zamfir, holding both a pan flute and a pan. The third set opened with the Phish debut of Send in the Clowns, sung a cappella and with lyrics changed to Send in the Clones. For First Tube through Tweezer Reprise, each band member performed on separate moving platforms hoisted above the stage as dancers dressed as their clones performed onstage and provided additional vocals throughout the set and encore. Trey's platform became stuck for the majority of the set and he had to be rescued after Tweezer Reprise. Given that the band (Trey) could not leave the stage after You Enjoy Myself, there was no encore break and Tweezer Reprise was announced as the start of the encore. Rescue Squad was performed Trey solo (singing and playing Fish's drum set) while he was waiting to return to the stage.

The Ballad of Curtis Loew was played for the first time since October 16, 2016 (121 shows). The first Tweezer ended with a Let's Go Blue jam and was followed by banter in which Trey talked about being repeatedly hit in the head with a pan and screaming on December 30, 1994 (the night of Phish's first show at Madison Square Garden). This story was accompanied by sound effects by Fish and Page. Trey teased Johnny B. Goode at the end of Rock and Roll.

Beauty of a Broken Heart was played for the first time since December 29, 2016 (103 shows). My Friend My My Friend didn't contain the "Myfe" ending. While My Guitar Gently Weeps was played for the first time since October 23, 2013 (234 shows). Trey teased No Men In No Man's Land in Back on the Train. Trey teased If I Only Had a Brain in Bathtub Gin.

This show featured the debut of Evening Song and the Phish debut of 20-20 Vision. Trey teased Shade in Ghost. Dog Faced Boy was performed for the first time since October 24, 2016 (114 shows). Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S. contained Martian Monster quotes. Set Your Soul Free included an On Broadway jam. Trey teased and quoted Set Your Soul Free in Gotta Jibboo. Trey and Fish quoted Guy Forget at the end of Drowned. Chalk Dust Torture Reprise was played with Ass Handed lyrics and contained Guy Forget quotes. In Character Zero, Fish changed the "waste the day" lyric to "Guy Forget."

SET 1: Slide B [1], Miss Miriam [2], Rocket[2], Mimi[2], Whassat[2], The Story[2], Bernard [3], Take My Hand[3], Elsie's River[3], Allah Uya[2], Tango[2]

ENCORE: Influence[3]


Trey teased Auld Lang Syne In Antelope. Trey and Mike came out to start the third set dressed in metallic silver spacesuits. As Mercury progressed, acrobats appeared on stage in front of the band and were lifted up and down, each in their own (unbreakable) net. The midnight balloon drop consisted predominantly of silver balloons and streamers hung from the roof. During Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S., Trey and Mike were lifted up in the air (similar to the acrobats) while they performed the song and dancers appeared on stage with giant inflatable objects. DWD and Mercury were unfinished.

Alumni Blues had changed lyrics referencing National Bacon Day. Glide II was last played on May 16, 1995 (872 shows). Trey teased Birthday in the first Weekepaug. This show featured the Phish debut of Bliss with Trey on acoustic guitar. Trey teased Crosseyed and Painless in No Men In No Man's Land. Weekapaug Groove was unfinished. Cavern contained The Final Hurrah quotes.

Wolfman's Brother contained Party Time quotes. Trey teased Can't Always Listen in the first Tweezer. Tweezer Reprise contained a Death Don't Hurt Very Long quote.

This show featured the Phish debut of Soul Planet. Trey teased the Theme from S.W.A.T. in Carini. During Soul Planet, the stage was transformed into a massive pirate ship with sails blown by fans, cannons blowing confetti, and a Phish 'Jolly Roger' flag. Fans were given bracelets that illuminated different colors depending on where seated during pirate ship sequence. All of the songs after Auld Lang Syne centered around a water theme. A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing contained Shipwreck quotes. Moma included an Auld Lang Syne tease.

Brother was last played June 17, 2012 (216 shows). Down With Disease was unfinished.

Trey teased Streets of Cairo in Martian Monster. Chalk Dust Torture was unfinished.

This show was the thirteenth and final night of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden. Donuts with a pink glaze and rainbow sprinkles were given to fans arriving at the venue. Sanity included quotes of Everything In Its Right Place, Saw it Again, and Very Long Fuse. This show featured the Phish debut of Most Events Aren't Planned. I Been Around was last performed July 27, 2014 (119 shows). Izabella was last performed July 31, 1998 (574 shows). Simple contained Izabella teases and featured Page on theremin. YEM contained an Izabella tease and The Lizards, White Winter Hymnal, and Everything In Its Right Place quotes in the vocal jam. Prior to the encore, a banner commemorating the Baker's Dozen run was raised to the ceiling of Madison Square Garden. On The Road Again was last performed  August 31, 2013 (155 shows). Mike and Fish performed the beginning of Weekapaug before Tweezer Reprise.

This show was night twelve of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden and had a Boston Cream donut theme. Donuts with a dark chocolate glaze and vanilla cream icing were given to fans arriving at the venue. This show featured the debut of a medley of Cream and Boston songs, called Sunshine of Your Feeling. It consisted of teases and quotes of Sunshine of Your Love, More Than a Feeling, Tales of Brave Ulysses, and the Long Time portion of Boston's Foreplay/Long Time. The Long Time section of the medley contained White Room quotes as well as Sunshine of Your Love and More Than a Feeling teases. Sunshine of Your Love was also teased in Mule, Plasma, and Quinn. Trey teased Jean Pierre in Alaska. Frost was last played on July 17, 2013 (168 shows).

This show was night eleven of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden and had a lemon donut theme. Donuts with a lemon poppy seed glaze were given to fans arriving at the venue. This show featured the Phish debuts of See That My Grave Is Kept Clean and Everything In Its Right Place. Mike teased The Brady Bunch Theme in BBFCFM. Dinner and a Movie was last played on July 21, 2013 (164 shows). Scents did not have the intro. Everything In Its Right Place was quoted in What's the Use?, Scents, Caspian, Fluffhead, and before and during Frankenstein. No Men In No Man's Land was quoted in Scents. Frankenstein featured Page on keytar.

This show was night ten of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden and had a donut hole theme. Donut holes with a peanut butter chocolate dust were given to fans arriving at the venue. This show featured the Phish debuts of Way Down in the Hole and O Holy Night. Mike teased Do You Feel Like We Do before Guyute.  Page teased Rhapsody in Blue at the end of Weekapaug Groove.

This show was night nine of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden and had a maple donut theme. Donuts with a maple cinnamon glaze were given to fans arriving at the venue. This show featured the Phish debuts of O Canada and Maple Leaf Rag. O Canada was performed as an instrumental and the Canadian flag in the venue was illuminated at the conclusion of the song. Maple Leaf Rag was performed solo by Page. Swept Away and Steep were last played on July 8, 2012 (192 shows). 46 Days featured Trey on Marimba Lumina and Mike and Page on percussion. Trey quoted 46 Days in Piper.

This show was night eight of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden and consisted of a jimmies donut theme. Donuts with a rainbow jimmies were given to fans arriving at the venue. Page teased Long Tall Glasses in Home. Trey quoted The Squirming Coil and Glass Onion during Fly Famous Mockingbird. During Harpua, Trey and Mike sat on chairs at the front of the stage, the entire band discussed cosmology, and eventually decided that the universe was in the shape of a donut. Trey mentioned donuts and teased Harpua in 2001. This show featured the Phish debut of The Wind Cries Mary.

This show was night seven of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden and consisted of a cinnamon donut theme. Donuts with a cinnamon glaze were given to fans arriving at the venue. Approximately ten minutes before lights, a voice came over the PA, reproducing some of the phrases spoken at Woodstock over the PA concerning "brown acid," only substituting "donuts" for acid: ". . .to get back to the warning that I received, you may take it with how many, however many grains of salt you wish, that the brown donuts that are circulating around us are not specifically too good. It's suggested that you do stay from the brown donuts. Of course, it's your own trip, so be my guest, but please be advised that there is a warning on that one, ok? Do not eat the brown donuts. Lewis Pittman, Lewis Pittman, your brother is at the WaterWheel table."  I Am the Walrus included Shipwreck, The Unsafe Bridge, The Birds, Your Pet Cat, Martian Monster, and Runnin' with the Devil quotes. Dirt and There is a Mountain were teased in Harry Hood. Cinnamon Girl was last performed on July 31, 1997 (629 shows).

This show was night six of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden and consisted of a chocolate donut theme. Donuts with a dark chocolate glaze with chocolate cookie crumb were given to fans arriving at the venue and the show featured the Phish debuts of Chocolate Rain and You Sexy Thing. Chocolate Rain was performed a cappella and featured Page on a midi controller keyboard. Chalk Dust Torture was unfinished. Fee featured Trey on megaphone. Fee's lyrics were changed to "have a chocolate donut and catch your breath."

This show was night five of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden and consisted of a powdered donut theme. Powdered sugar donuts were given to fans arriving at the venue and the show featured the Phish debuts of White Winter Hymnal and Powderfinger. Wilson and My Soul were teased before Cars Trucks Buses. Pebbles and Marbles was played for the first time since August 3, 2014 (106 shows). 1999 was played for the first time since December 31, 1998 (524 shows), its jam exceeded ten minutes, and Fishman teased Mr. Completely in it.

This show was night four of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden and consisted of a jam-filled donut theme. Raspberry jam-filled donuts dipped in honey were given out to fans arriving at the venue and songs such as Sample in a Jar and Lawn Boy were jammed out longer than usual. Lawn Boy featured Page on keytar. My Friend My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Makisupa contained a Piano Man tease from Page and a Jamming quote from Trey. End of Session debuted at this show.

This show was night three of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden and consisted of a red velvet donut theme. Red velvet donuts with cream cheese frosting were given to fans arriving at the venue and the show featured the Phish debut of Sunday Morning with Trey on drums and Fish on vocals. Fish came out on stage for Sunday Morning wearing a stole and mitre. He also lifted a censer with burning incense at one point and even sprinkled "holy water" on the crowd. The venue was draped in red lights for the "velvet" themed songs: Sunday Morning and Sweet Jane (both Velvet Underground covers) and Wading in the Velvet Sea. Trey teased Streets of Cairo in Back on the Train and Super Bad in It's Ice. Wolfman's Brother was unfinished. Sweet Jane was played for the first time since June 29, 2012 (193 shows).

This show was night two of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden and consisted of a Strawberry donut theme. Strawberry donuts were given to fans arriving at the venue and the show featured the Phish debuts of Strawberry Fields Forever (performed a cappella) and Strawberry Letter 23. Moma Dance was unfinished. Trey teased Pictures of Matchstick Men in the first DWD. I Always Wanted It This Way featured Trey on the Marimba Lumina. All of These Dreams was last played on October 26, 2010 (251 shows). Mike teased Dave's Energy Guide in Split Open and Melt.

This show marked the beginning of Phish's Baker's Dozen run at Madison Square Garden and consisted of a Coconut donut theme. Coconut donuts were given to fans arriving at the venue and the show featured the Phish debuts of Shake Your Coconuts and Coconut. The lyrics of Shake Your Coconuts were changed to reference the Baker's Dozen. Reba did not have whistling. Walls of the Cave contained a Streets of Cairo tease by Trey. Mike teased Thread in Tweezer.


Don't Bogart That Joint was last played on October 31, 2010 (238 shows). Piper fetaured Trey on Marimba Lumina and Mike on keyboards. The third set and encore featured James Casey on saxophone, Natalie Cressman on trombone, Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet, and Andres Forero on percussion with Jeff Tanski also on keyboards for Petrichor and Natalie and Jennifer adding vocals to Petrichor and No Men In No Man's Land. Petrichor through Suzy featured dancers on stage. During Petrichor the dancers had umbrellas and water marbles fell from above. Auld Lang Syne was accompanied by recorded cat and dog noises as cat and dog balloons and raindrop-shaped stress ball fell from the ceiling.

Carolina was last played on March 1, 2003 (378 shows). Free Bird was teased at the end of Bathtub Gin. My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Trey teased Midnight Rider in Tweezer. Sparks was last played on September 2, 2011 (201 shows). Ghost contained a There is a Mountain tease from Page and a Seven Below tease from Mike. Light contained Party Time quotes and a Stash tease. Tweezer Reprise contained Martian Monster and Kung quotes.

Sweet Adeline was last played on September 2, 2011 (200 shows). Peaches en Regalia was last played on August 28, 2012 (164 shows). Secret Smile was last played on July 26, 2013 (141 shows). Trey teased It's Your Thing in 46 Days and Dave's Energy Guide in Theme. DWD contained an Under Pressure tease from Trey and was unfinished. Trey teased WTU? in Fuego. Kung was last played on December 31, 2012 (156 shows), was performed over Twenty Years Later in the background, and was quoted in the return to Twenty Years Later. Makisupa featured Trey on Marimba Lumina and Mike and Page on percussion. Page quoted Makisupa Policeman in the Harry Hood intro.

Lonesome Cowboy Bill was played for the first time since July 1, 2012 (177 shows). Corinna was played for the first time since August 8, 2012 (170 shows). Page teased The Little Drummer Boy in Golden Age. Trey teased The Line in Simple. The Tweezer Reprise Jam's lyrics were changed to "Your trip is short." Trey teased Tweezer Reprise at the end of the return to Martian Monster.

Phish were the musical guests on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Breath and Burning aired on the NBC broadcast and featured two members of the Roots horn section (Ian Hendrickson-Smith on saxophone and David Guy on trumpet). Blaze On was made available as a web exclusive.

Trey teased Stash during Divided Sky and Axilla during Maze. During YEM, Trey briefly joined Fish on the drums.

Undermind and Antelope contained Stash, STFTFP, and How Many People Are You teases. Disease was unfinished. Light included a Linus and Lucy tease from Page and a Manteca tease from Trey.

BOAF contained a quote of The Birds. During I Didn't Know, Trey introduced Fish as "The Man Mulcahy." The crowd sang the last verse of I Didn't Know and Fish then asked the crowd to join him in singing Happy Birthday to his daughter, Ella. KDF was unfinished. The third set began with the band on a second stage beneath a funnel-shaped screen suspended from the ceiling. As the band jammed, part of the screen descended and became an hourglass shape surrounding the stage, on which a series of images were projected. As the jam continued and the countdown to midnight approached, the band returned to the main stage.

This show featured the debut of Can't Always Listen. The second Weekapaug contained Auld Lang Syne and What's The Use? teases from Trey.

Phish were the musical guests on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Waiting All Night aired on the NBC broadcast; Fuego was made available as a web exclusive.

The ending of BOTT was repeated twice after the song was finished.  Trey dedicated Antelope to The Dude of Life, who was there with two of his children who were seeing their first Phish show. Ghost contained teasing of Seven Below by Mike. Hood contained a brief St. Thomas tease.

Soundcheck: Waiting All Night, Winterqueen, The Line, Undermind

SET 1: The Moma Dance, Kill Devil Falls > Ya Mar, Bathtub Gin, 555 > Rift > Sample in a Jar > The Wedge, Waiting All Night, Stash

SET 2: Steam > Down with Disease[1] -> Golden Age > Limb By Limb > Fuego > David Bowie, Cavern

ENCORE: Character Zero


Trey teased the Munsters theme in Stash. DWD was unfinished.

SET 1: The Line


Phish was the musical guest on The Late Show with David Letterman and then performed another set on Live on Letterman. 

Phish was the musical guest on Live on Letterman. Earlier in the day, Phish played The Line on The Late Show with David Letterman.

After the conclusion of the first set, Trey and Page carried a keyboard-shaped cake out to the front of the stage (with a giant two-dimensional mountain behind it, this created a tableau of the cover of Phish's Colorado '88 release), and proceeded to slice and serve cake in honor of their 30th anniversary to fans near the front of the stage. After the cake was served, a video was played showing Fish collecting various props from the band's previous New Year's Eve concerts and driving a replica of the band's "JEMP" truck down to New York City. The truck from the video appeared in Madison Square Garden and was moved to the center of the floor. All of the songs played during both setbreaks were from the year 1983. The band performed the second set standing on top of the truck, using a stripped-down stage setup including hockey sticks for mic stands. Melt contained a DEG tease from Trey. During Grind, the "days lived" stated by the band referenced how old they would be when they returned for their 60th anniversary. During the encore break, a video montage of photographs and film from throughout Phish's history and previous New Year's Eve concerts was shown. After the encore, a video image was shown of a "Save the Date" card for Phish's 60th anniversary show (on December 31, 2043) with each band member digitally aged.

Shave and a Haircut was performed after Bathtub Gin. During Lawn Boy, Page walked over to Mike and stood by him as he played to the side and front of the stage. Fish came out and took a bow and Page called Mike "Michael Gordleone." Chalk Dust was unfinished. Page teased Fuego and The Line in Simple.

Gumbo contained a Long Tall Glasses tease by Trey. Page teased Rhapsody in Blue at the end of DWD.

This show featured the floor and stage covered with artificial turf (numerous plants also dotted the stage). Prior to the show, actors played garden sports including croquet, badminton, and mini-golf, while a few more "sunbathed" on a riser behind the stage. During the first setbreak, golfers came on stage and hit soft golf balls into the crowd.  Light contained an Auld Lang Syne tease.  You Enjoy Myself contained a Birds of a Feather tease.  Trey, Page and Mike came out for the third set in golf carts and began hitting golf balls into the crowd. Fish then arrived on a golf cart wearing donut pants and shirt, an argyle vest, and a golf hat.  Golf carts were brought back on stage during Kung, then began racing past the stage periodically during Chalk Dust. During the Chalk Dust jam, golfers began getting out of the carts, hitting balls into the crowd and dancing on stage.  One of the golfers did the New Year's countdown from on top of a cart.  Auld Lang Syne was accompanied by balloons dropping from the ceiling and ping pong balls fired from cannons.  Tweezer Reprise featured Carrie Manolakos on vocals and a number of backup singers. The remainder of the third set and encore featured song titles focusing on a golf theme. Wilson was preceded by an animated Wilson golf ball on the venue's jumbotrons. Iron Man was preceded by Page coming to the front of the stage to wish the crowd Happy New Year and reference the start of the 30th year of Phish. In an apparent reference to Bob Hope, Page wore a blazer, USS Nimitz ball cap and carried a golf club. Driver was stopped and restarted.This show featured the Phish debuts of Garden Party and Fly Like an Eagle, the first full Phish performance of Iron Man (which was last played December 31, 2003, or 192 shows), and the first ever a cappella Lawn Boy.

Runaway Jim contained a DEG tease from Trey. My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Down with Disease contained a Woman from Tokyo tease from Trey and was unfinished. Slave and Hood contained Little Drummer Boy teases from Page.

Limb By Limb contained a We're Off to See the Wizard tease from Trey and Bathtub Gin contained Susie Q quotes from Fish. Suzy contained "more cowbell" quotes from Trey.

Wolfman's Brother contained a Heartbreaker tease from Mike and a Little Drummer Boy jam. Twist contained multiple Little Drummer Boy teases as well as quotes from Trey, referring to Fish, and Fluffhead contained a Little Drummer Boy tease from Page.

SET 1: I'm Gone [1], Burn That Bridge [2]


Fluffhead contained an Auld Lang Syne tease from Trey. Light featured Page on theremin. Prior to Steam, a steam kettle and hot plate went off on stage, with Trey acting like he was attempting to put out the steam. Shortly after the song began, steam also came from the floor near the soundboard area. An amp (with the steam kettle on it), a keytar, a bass, a vacuum, and a few lights were then lifted off the stage. A woman in the front of the stage tossed a “Steam” sign into the front row, then rose with a barricade and security guard before eventually being lifted up over the band. Several other aerialists (clothed in various casual attire, equipped with black backpacks emitting smoke and lights on their backs) subsequently rose up from the crowd and ascended and descended several times. The first aerialist counted down to midnight, at which point balloons were released from the ceiling. The aerialists later returned with lights in their hands for Down with Disease, which also featured Trey and Mike being raised up and back down a few times before finally rising several feet on hydraulic lifts. Steam contained a Spooky tease from Trey and Disease was unfinished.

Number Line contained a reference to Fish's daughter Ella, whose birthday was on December 30th. The Bowie intro and Coil contained Silent teases.

Halley's Comet contained a Streets of Cairo tease from Trey. Character Zero contained a Jean Pierre (Miles Davis) tease from Trey and a Rhapsody in Blue tease from Page. The soundcheck's jam contained Smoke on the Water teases.

Soundcheck: Beauty of My Dreams, My Soul, Taste, 20 Years Later x2 (incomplete both times), Jam, Mound

SET 1: Free, Glide > Possum, Cities, The Ballad of Curtis Loew, Stash, Contact > Sample in a Jar, Kill Devil Falls > Bathtub Gin

SET 2: Birds of a Feather, Carini -> Tweezer > My Friend, My Friend[1] -> Rock and Roll -> NICU, Bouncing Around the Room, Harry Hood > Bug

ENCORE: Tube > Rocky Top > Tweezer Reprise


This show featured the first ever Free show opener. Tweezer contained a Streets of Cairo tease from Trey. My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Rock and Roll contained Birds of a Feather teases and Hood contained a brief tease of Free from Trey at the end.

SET 1: Bloodbuzz Ohio, Squalor Victoria, Murder Me Rachael

ENCORE: Terrible Love, Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Round Room was played for the first time since July 13, 2003 (140 shows). Twist contained Manteca quotes from Trey. Makisupa included the lyrics "I went home late last night after doing the New Year's stunt, laid back on my couch and rolled myself a blunt" and also featured a "kick drum solo." Frankenstein featured Page on keytar.

This show featured the Phish debut of Burn That Bridge. Ocelot, NICU and First Tube contained Auld Lang Syne teases. Beauty of My Dreams was played for the first time since July 22, 2003 (133 shows). Disease was unfinished. Manteca was played for the first time since October 30, 1998 (301 shows) and the ensuing YEM vocal jam contained Manteca quotes. Before midnight, several groups of multiethnic dancers appeared on stage and sang the Meatstick lyrics in their respective languages. The band joined the dancers and then stealthily disappeared from the stage, only to reappear at the other side of the arena in the giant hotdog from past NYE shows ('94 and '99). As a result, portions of the Meatstick were pre-recorded. Auld Lang Syne was sung with the Meatstick singers while Trey played guitar. Appropriately, the post-show music was Captain Beefheart's Tropical Hot Dog Night.

This show the first Phish peferformance to be webcast via LivePhish. The PA cut out during Camel Walk. My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. 

Phish (introduced by Keith Richards!) were the musical guests on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon as part of a week of artists performing Exile On Main St songs on the show in celebration of The Rolling Stones' re-release of the album. Phish stuck around after the conclusion of the show and played Kill Devil Falls, which was not included in that evening's broadcast, but was subsequently aired as part of the 6/9/10 Fallon show.

Phish performed two Genesis tunes, Watcher of the Skies and No Reply at All, between which Trey gave what Phil Collins described as "a convincing argument" for inducting Genesis into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Peaches was played for the first time since September 24, 1999 (186 shows). The lyrics to Antelope were changed to "Been you to have any Mike, man?".
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