This show featured the TAB debut of Sightless Escape. Strange Design and Mountains in the Mist were performed by Trey solo acoustic.

Show Reviews

, attached to 2019-08-09

Review by KenNyeThePhishGuy

KenNyeThePhishGuy TAB kicked off a short run of Colorado headlining dates at Denver's newest venue, Mission Balloon - and let me say this is place is extremely impressive. Sat outside at the beer garden and food truck area accompanied by a DJ for pre-show entertainment. Inside had a red-rocks feel with a large pit and tiered-row seating area with plenty of room to groove. Both levels of the venue had plenty of bathrooms, bars, vending machines with sandwiches and snacks, water stations, free earbuds, etc. State of the art sound system and room acoustics.

This show was a real concoction of Phish, GOTF, and TAB jams. Cayman & Set Your Soul Free were heaters. Trey took a moment to mention how great the new venue is. It's great to see how TAB really pushes the pace and limits of SYSF as it has become a great new jam vehicle for TAB & Phish. Mission was rocking to Magilla & Jibboo . The debut of GOTF Slightless Escape was a real treat. Tuesday was exciting on a personal level, haven't heard it since the Dozen. Second set songs that stood out: Pigtail, Alaska, the highlight of the show: Ghost (!!), Mr. Completely, blissful GOTF jam A Life Beyond the Dream, and yet again another Sand scorcher.

Great show, great venue. Couldn't make n2 or vail, so i'll be getting my disease (plague) on at Dicks!
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