This show featured multiple bustouts: Spock's Brain (last played July 30, 2003, or 429 shows), Who Loves the Sun? (last played October 31, 1998, or 604 shows), and. Spanish Moon (last played October 31, 2010, or 306 shows). Mike teased We Are Come To Outlive Our Brains in I Always Wanted It This Way. Also Sprach Zarathustra had Death Don't Hurt Very Long and I Always Wanted It This Way teases from Trey, a Mrs. Robinson tease from Page, and Miss You (Rolling Stones) teases from Mike and Fish.
Death Don't Hurt Very Long, Miss You, I Always Wanted It This Way, and Mrs. Robinson teases in Also Sprach Zarathustra, We Are Come to Outlive Our Brains tease in I Always Wanted It This Way
Debut Years (Average: 2002)
Song Distribution

This show was part of the "2019 Mexico"

Show Reviews

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Review by MagnaGin40

MagnaGin40 Great way to start the run with the Spock's Brain, Who Loves the Sun bustouts. Everythings Right, per the usual had a good jam but the real treats come in set 2.

Spanish Moon>I Always Wanted it This Way>Death Dont Hurt Very Long, 2001>Bathtub Gin makes this the best show in Mexico to date (albeit a low bar for that claim). 2nd set shows this band continues to push the envelope in what they're capable of, definitely listen to it in its entirety. Looking forward to what the rest of the run has in store for us lucky phans.
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Review by TheDude31

TheDude31 @TheDude31 said: [quote]What a great experience! What an opening night. Place is just fantastic. The setlist was a great mix of new and old and great jamming on the new material. Plus a few bust outs! Doesn’t get much better. I have to admit I figured we would get just some jukebox and type 1 Phish. Expectations blown away.! Saw them on 12/30/18 and they haven’t missed a beat. Keep it up Phellas!
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Review by Moorephishphan9

Moorephishphan9 First - wish I was there. 2017 was a blast. This show was well played with good song placement and I felt the energy throughout. Soul planet into Spanish moon was my favorite. So great to hear the guys playing well and having fun creating beautiful vibes and sending to all of us. Stay thirsty my Phriends!
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Review by Gr8tful2

Gr8tful2 Love Phish but shows like this confirm to me that I continue to make Great decisions by not blowing TONS of money for less than mediocre shows and song selections.. Really???? I’m gonna spend tens of thousands of dollars for that??? I was done a favor when the couch tour crashed. Come on guys. Believe it or not I’ve great appreciation for the Greatest Band Ever but surly we can do better.
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Review by s1177375

s1177375 Hell yes what a weird setlist I'm absolutely loving this it is what I call BS sandwich it's not a nest night where it's all ass but it's in a sandwich I told them they needed to end with the squirming coil they always do it first said ending but second said ending is even better good job good placement that's exactly where it needs to be every night or at Encore it's a great song to have page be alone up there is magical and maybe it's magical because I've never seen it live so I'm kind of pissed that I wasn't there tonight but I never want to visit Mexico f*** Mexico but yes this is good I hate Spock's brain it's a very weird song not a fan of it at all and yet because of the Rarity I'll take it also got to say Velvet Underground one of my favorite bands ever better than David Bowie better than the Beatles yes even better than Eric Clapton so who loves the sun who loves s words who loves sandwiches this guy right here
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