The band walked out to audio from Friday the 13th (this was also the postshow music). Trey teased Izabella in Halley's Comet. Albuquerque was performed for the first time since June 11, 2011 (458 shows). Trey and Mike teased A Love Supreme in Light. Talk was last played on November 01, 2009 (536 shows) and was incomplete.
A Love Supreme tease in Light, Izabella tease in Halley's Comet
Debut Years (Average: 1997)

This show was part of the "2023 Fall Tour"

Show Reviews

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Review by youenjoymyghost

youenjoymyghost My 40th show ! It started out a bit puzzling with what seemed like a ghost town before the show and cold wet winds whipping fans in line, but the venue filled up steadily. So many of my favorite songs appear here, the set connecting little golden strands of light through my phish memories and current circumstances. I never thought I’d see Albuquerque or talk, those were amazing bust out calls ! Ghost sand and tweezer are all incredible high points. I’ll let the music do the talking. Thank you phish. 4.5 /5
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Review by Pinhead_Larry

Pinhead_Larry Friday the 13th usually means a day of misfortune, but not this particular date. Everything was executed perfectly. Phish walking the stage to Jason/Mrs. Voorhees’ call and the accompanying music; the Ghost duology with Ghost and Meat being respective highlights and Ghost itself being my single favorite jam of the night/favorite Ghost seen (and fav overall since Halloween ‘21). If only we would’ve gotten a Fikus to complete the trilogy…oh well, next Friday the 13th.

Albuquerque and Talk bust outs were a chaser’s dream, but the whole second set flows impeccably. Sand brought us back to ‘99 with all sorts of colorful loops and trinkets and Tweezer brings us out of the dark and into the heavens. But really, the whole set flows and feels like one long medley of songs. Hood>Talk>Hood is the cherry on top of this delicious sundae.

Incredible show, great vibes all around. Probably the closest to a Halloween show I’ll ever get. Worth the 350 mile drive.
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Review by chipre

chipre As the saying goes, "Never Miss a Friday the 13th Show."

Fun stuff. Sat behind the stage simply for a different perspective, and had a blast. I'll let those who are more musically inclined give a blow-by-blow commentary, but overall, the playing was tight and the band just brings energy pretty much every night - which isn't a given, since they're, you know, not kids anymore.

Plus anytime you see fans with Gritty masks in the front section, you know it's gonna get stranger...

First set highlights were Carini and Ghost. I thought Foam was pretty darn good too (minor issues toward the end, but that happens), and Rift sounded flawless to these ears.

Set Two started off with roughly 55 minutes of awesomeness. Interesting to hear Trey go into Talk in the middle of Hood. Kind of ruined the flow for me, but you may have loved that. And it's cool if you did. Real quick (and very well-played) Izabella to send us home happy.

I'll be sitting Saturday out to recover. And watch college football. Back at it Sunday and I can't wait!
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Review by spreaditround

spreaditround SET 1:

Carini: Standard major mode stuff. Fun opener.

Rift: Keeps the energy going.

Halley's Comet: Broadway Trey. No jam. Nifty segue into… ->

Ghost: Standard canned bliss jam that has been played so many times. They all sound the same to me.

Albuquerque: Wow! What a kick down! I just finished listening/reviewing fall 98 so this was very cool to see them bring it back. >

Saw It Again: Standard, just like all the other times they have played it except Albany 97. Why can’t they let it rip on this one? So strange.

Foam: Well played, great job Phish!

Blaze On: Standard. >

Meat: The mix on LP on this is just embarrassing. Not sure how professionals can put this out there? Gary? You suck dude. Just listen to Fishman, it hurts my ears. Funky effects breakdown is interesting, and the crowd seems to love it.

Drift While You're Sleeping: Terrible set closer.

SET 2:

Sand: Great start to the jam. Lots of swirling effects and reverse reverb. Herky jerky and psychedelic. Things mellow out in the late 9’s with Page heavy on the synth and Trey playing with pedals. The last three minutes are pedal to the medal full band jamming. Love this jam, would recommend!

Waves: I have always wondered why this never turned into a jam vehicle outside just a few versions. This one is standard as usual. >

Tweezer: Unfortunately, this is another blissed out Tweezer. Sigh. >

Crosseyed and Painless: Short, Type I face melter. ->

Light: Nice, chill jam. >

Mountains in the Mist: Lovely.

Golgi Apparatus:

Harry Hood: Shortly after the composed section, this blends perfectly into… -> Talk -> Harry Hood: Pretty cool idea here, obviously rehearsed – not that that should take anything away from this. Nice held/sustained note from Trey in the Hood jam and then into the climax.


Izabella: Great encore choice!

Summary: Set one is solid. Set two starts off with a great Sand. Set two looks amazing on paper. But, it is a paper tiger. Thems the breaks. Bet it was fun in person. 3.75/5

Replay Value: Sand
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