Category: 2004

2000 – 2009

Date Venue City State Download Link
12/31/2009 American Airlines Arena Miami FL DOWNLOAD
12/30/2009 American Airlines Arena Miami FL DOWNLOAD
12/29/2009 American Airlines Arena Miami FL DOWNLOAD
12/28/2009 American Airlines Arena Miami FL DOWNLOAD
12/5/2009 John Paul Jones Arena Charlottesville VA DOWNLOAD
12/4/2009 Madison Square Garden New York NY DOWNLOAD
12/3/2009 Madison Square Garden New York NY DOWNLOAD
12/2/2009 Madison Square Garden New York NY DOWNLOAD
11/29/2009 Cumberland County Civic Center Portland ME DOWNLOAD
11/28/2009 Times Union Center Albany NY DOWNLOAD
11/27/2009 Times Union Center Albany NY DOWNLOAD
11/25/2009 Wachovia Center Philadelphia PA DOWNLOAD
11/24/2009 Wachovia Center Philadelphia PA DOWNLOAD
11/22/2009 War Memorial at Onecenter Syracuse NY DOWNLOAD
11/21/2009 U.S. Bank Arena Cincinnati OH DOWNLOAD
11/20/2009 U.S. Bank Arena Cincinnati OH DOWNLOAD
11/18/2009 Cobo Arena Detroit MI DOWNLOAD
11/1/2009 Festival 8 – Empire Polo Club Indio CA DOWNLOAD
10/31/2009 Festival 8 – Empire Polo Club Indio CA DOWNLOAD
10/30/2009 Festival 8 – Empire Polo Club Indio CA DOWNLOAD
10/29/2009 Festival 8 – Soundcheck Indio CA DOWNLOAD
8/16/2009 Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs NY DOWNLOAD
8/15/2009 Merriweather Post Pavilion Columbia MD DOWNLOAD
8/14/2009 The Comcast Theatre Hartford CT DOWNLOAD
8/13/2009 Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Darien Center NY DOWNLOAD
8/11/2009 Toyota Park Bridgeview IL DOWNLOAD
8/8/2009 Gorge Amphitheatre George WA DOWNLOAD
8/7/2009 Gorge Amphitheatre George WA DOWNLOAD
8/5/2009 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View CA DOWNLOAD
8/2/2009 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison CO DOWNLOAD
8/1/2009 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison CO DOWNLOAD
7/31/2009 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison CO DOWNLOAD
7/30/2009 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison CO DOWNLOAD
6/21/2009 Alpine Valley Music Theatre East Troy WI DOWNLOAD
6/20/2009 Alpine Valley Music Theatre East Troy WI DOWNLOAD
6/19/2009 Verizon Wireless Music Center Noblesville IN DOWNLOAD
6/18/2009 Post-Gazette Pavillion Burgettstown PA DOWNLOAD
6/16/2009 The Fox Theatre St. Louis MO DOWNLOAD
6/14/2009 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival Manchester TN DOWNLOAD
6/12/2009 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival Manchester TN DOWNLOAD
6/10/2009 Thompson-Boling Arena Knoxville TN DOWNLOAD
6/9/2009 Asheville Civic Center Asheville NC DOWNLOAD
6/7/2009 Susquehanna Bank Center Camden NJ DOWNLOAD
6/6/2009 Comcast Center Mansfield MA DOWNLOAD
6/5/2009 Nikon at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh NY DOWNLOAD
6/4/2009 Nikon at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh NY DOWNLOAD
6/2/2009 Nikon at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh NY DOWNLOAD
5/31/2009 Fenway Park Boston MA DOWNLOAD
3/8/2009 Hampton Coliseum Hampton VA DOWNLOAD
3/7/2009 Hampton Coliseum Hampton VA DOWNLOAD
3/6/2009 Hampton Coliseum Hampton VA DOWNLOAD
8/15/2004 Coventry – Newport State Airport Coventry VT DOWNLOAD
8/14/2004 Coventry – Newport State Airport Coventry VT DOWNLOAD
8/13/2004 Coventry – Soundcheck Coventry VT DOWNLOAD
8/12/2004 Tweeter Center at the Waterfront Camden NJ DOWNLOAD
8/11/2004 Tweeter Center Mansfield MA DOWNLOAD
8/10/2004 Tweeter Center Mansfield MA DOWNLOAD
8/9/2004 Hampton Coliseum Hampton VA DOWNLOAD
6/26/2004 Alpine Valley Music Theatre East Troy WI DOWNLOAD
6/25/2004 Alpine Valley Music Theatre East Troy WI DOWNLOAD
6/24/2004 Verizon Wireless Music Center Noblesville IN DOWNLOAD
6/23/2004 Verizon Wireless Music Center Noblesville IN DOWNLOAD
6/20/2004 Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs NY DOWNLOAD
6/19/2004 Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs NY DOWNLOAD
6/18/2004 KeySpan Park Brooklyn NY DOWNLOAD
6/17/2004 KeySpan Park Brooklyn NY DOWNLOAD
4/17/2004 Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas NV DOWNLOAD
4/16/2004 Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas NV DOWNLOAD
4/15/2004 Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas NV DOWNLOAD
12/31/2003 American Airlines Arena Miami FL DOWNLOAD
12/30/2003 American Airlines Arena Miami FL DOWNLOAD
12/29/2003 American Airlines Arena Miami FL DOWNLOAD
12/28/2003 American Airlines Arena Miami FL DOWNLOAD
12/2/2003 FleetCenter Boston MA DOWNLOAD
12/1/2003 Pepsi Arena Albany NY DOWNLOAD
11/29/2003 Wachovia Spectrum Philadelphia PA DOWNLOAD
11/28/2003 Nassau Coliseum Uniondale NY DOWNLOAD
8/3/2003 IT – Loring Air Force Base Limestone ME DOWNLOAD
8/2/2003 IT – Loring Air Force Base Limestone ME DOWNLOAD
8/2/2003 IT – Tower Jam Limestone ME DOWNLOAD
8/1/2003 IT – Soundcheck Limestone ME DOWNLOAD
7/31/2003 Tweeter Center at the Waterfront Camden NJ DOWNLOAD
7/30/2003 Tweeter Center at the Waterfront Camden NJ DOWNLOAD
7/29/2003 Post Gazette Pavilion at Star Lake Burgettstown PA DOWNLOAD
7/27/2003 ALLTEL Pavilion Raleigh NC DOWNLOAD
7/26/2003 HiFi Buys Amphitheatre Atlanta GA DOWNLOAD
7/25/2003 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre – Charlotte Charlotte NC DOWNLOAD
7/23/2003 Verizon Wireless Music Center Noblesville IN DOWNLOAD
7/22/2003 Verizon Wireless Music Center Noblesville IN DOWNLOAD
7/21/2003 Verizon Wireless Music Center Noblesville IN DOWNLOAD
7/19/2003 Alpine Valley Music Theatre East Troy WI DOWNLOAD
7/18/2003 Alpine Valley Music Theatre East Troy WI DOWNLOAD
7/17/2003 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Kansas City Bonner Springs KS DOWNLOAD
7/15/2003 USANA Amphitheatre West Valley City UT DOWNLOAD
7/13/2003 Gorge Amphitheatre George WA DOWNLOAD
7/12/2003 Gorge Amphitheatre George WA DOWNLOAD
7/10/2003 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View CA DOWNLOAD
7/9/2003 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View CA DOWNLOAD
7/8/2003 Coors Amphitheatre Chula Vista CA DOWNLOAD
7/7/2003 Cricket Pavilion Phoenix AZ DOWNLOAD
3/1/2003 Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro NC DOWNLOAD
2/28/2003 Nassau Coliseum Uniondale NY DOWNLOAD
2/26/2003 Worcester Centrum Centre Worcester MA DOWNLOAD
2/25/2003 First Union Spectrum Philadelphia PA DOWNLOAD
2/24/2003 Continental Airlines Arena East Rutherford NJ DOWNLOAD
2/22/2003 U.S. Bank Arena Cincinnati OH DOWNLOAD
2/21/2003 U.S. Bank Arena Cincinnati OH DOWNLOAD
2/20/2003 Allstate Arena Rosemont IL DOWNLOAD
2/18/2003 Pepsi Center Denver CO DOWNLOAD
2/16/2003 Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas NV DOWNLOAD
2/15/2003 Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas NV DOWNLOAD
2/14/2003 Great Western Forum Inglewood CA DOWNLOAD
1/4/2003 Hampton Coliseum Hampton VA DOWNLOAD
1/3/2003 Hampton Coliseum Hampton VA DOWNLOAD
1/2/2003 Hampton Coliseum Hampton VA DOWNLOAD
12/31/2002 Madison Square Garden New York NY DOWNLOAD
10/7/2000 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View CA DOWNLOAD
10/6/2000 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View CA DOWNLOAD
10/5/2000 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Irvine CA DOWNLOAD
10/4/2000 Coors Amphitheatre Chula Vista CA DOWNLOAD
10/1/2000 Desert Sky Pavilion Phoenix AZ DOWNLOAD
9/30/2000 Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas NV DOWNLOAD
9/29/2000 Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas NV DOWNLOAD
9/27/2000 Fiddler’s Green Englewood CO DOWNLOAD
9/25/2000 Sandstone Amphitheatre Bonner Springs KS DOWNLOAD
9/24/2000 Target Center Minneapolis MN DOWNLOAD
9/23/2000 Allstate Arena Rosemont IL DOWNLOAD
9/22/2000 Allstate Arena Rosemont IL DOWNLOAD
9/20/2000 Riverbend Music Center Cincinnati OH DOWNLOAD
9/18/2000 Blossom Music Center Cuyahoga Falls OH DOWNLOAD
9/17/2000 Merriweather Post Pavilion Columbia MD DOWNLOAD
9/15/2000 Hersheypark Stadium Hershey PA DOWNLOAD
9/14/2000 Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Darien Center NY DOWNLOAD
9/12/2000 Tweeter Center Mansfield MA DOWNLOAD
9/11/2000 Tweeter Center Mansfield MA DOWNLOAD
9/9/2000 Pepsi Arena Albany NY DOWNLOAD
9/8/2000 Pepsi Arena Albany NY DOWNLOAD
7/17/2000 KLRU Studios, University of Texas Austin TX DOWNLOAD
7/15/2000 Polaris Amphitheater Columbus OH DOWNLOAD
7/14/2000 Polaris Amphitheater Columbus OH DOWNLOAD
7/12/2000 Deer Creek Music Center Noblesville IN DOWNLOAD
7/11/2000 Deer Creek Music Center Noblesville IN DOWNLOAD
7/10/2000 Deer Creek Music Center Noblesville IN DOWNLOAD
7/8/2000 Alpine Valley Music Theatre East Troy WI DOWNLOAD
7/7/2000 Star Lake Amphitheatre Burgettstown PA DOWNLOAD
7/6/2000 Molson Amphitheatre Toronto ON DOWNLOAD
7/4/2000 E Centre Camden NJ DOWNLOAD
7/3/2000 E Centre Camden NJ DOWNLOAD
7/1/2000 Meadows Music Theatre Hartford CT DOWNLOAD
6/30/2000 Meadows Music Theatre Hartford CT DOWNLOAD
6/29/2000 PNC Bank Arts Center Holmdel NJ DOWNLOAD
6/28/2000 PNC Bank Arts Center Holmdel NJ DOWNLOAD
6/25/2000 ALLTEL Pavilion at Walnut Creek Raleigh NC DOWNLOAD
6/24/2000 Lakewood Amphitheatre Atlanta GA DOWNLOAD
6/23/2000 Lakewood Amphitheatre Atlanta GA DOWNLOAD
6/22/2000 AmSouth Amphitheatre Antioch TN DOWNLOAD
6/16/2000 Zepp Osaka JP DOWNLOAD
6/15/2000 Big Cat Osaka JP DOWNLOAD
6/14/2000 Drum Logos Fukuoka JP DOWNLOAD
6/13/2000 Club Quattro Nagoya JP DOWNLOAD
6/11/2000 Hibiya Outdoor Theatre Tokyo JP DOWNLOAD
6/10/2000 Zepp Tokyo JP DOWNLOAD
6/9/2000 On Air East Tokyo JP DOWNLOAD
5/23/2000 Roseland Ballroom New York NY DOWNLOAD
5/22/2000 Radio City Music Hall New York NY DOWNLOAD
5/21/2000 Radio City Music Hall New York NY DOWNLOAD

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8/15/2004 – NEWPORT STATE AIRPORT

 Coventry, VT   

SET 1: Mike’s Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Anything But Me, Reba, Carini > Chalk Dust Torture -> Possum > Wolfman’s Brother[1] > Taste   

SET 2: Down with Disease[2] > Wading in the Velvet Sea[3], Glide, Split Open and Melt -> Ghost   

SET 3: Fast Enough for You, Seven Below[4] -> Simple > Piper -> Cool Jerk[5] -> Dickie Scotland[6], Wilson > Slave to the Traffic Light   

ENCORE: The Curtain With[7]
   
[1] Explanation from Trey as to the history of the song; also features Trey’s mom, Mike’s mom and John Paluska on “sexy bump”.
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Page and Trey break down.
[4] “Seven Below” shouted by all band members sporadically during the jam.
[5] Phish debut; lyrics changed to honor Mark “Bruno” Bradley.
[6] Debut; lyrics referenced Hadden Hipsley and Dickie Scotland
[7] Jam segment stopped and restarted in correct key.

This was the second show of the Coventry festival and was the presumed “Final Show.” When Trey made his “break-up” announcement the preceding May, he indicated that Coventry would be the final Phish shows. In reality, this turned out to be the final public show for over four and a half years. This show was simulcast in movie theaters nationwide. Before Anything But Me, Trey announced that, for the first time in 21 years, he was nervous performing a Phish show. During Wolfman’s, Trey revealed that the Wolfman’s Brother is, in fact, Fish (as well as the fact that he handed the phone to his friend Liz Durfee). Also, during Wolfman’s, Trey and Mike invited their mothers onstage (and later John Paluska) to do the “sexy bump” dance. Disease was unfinished and featured Trey briefly playing his guitar with a glow stick. Both Page and Trey broke down during an especially emotional Velvet Sea. After a thoroughly botched Glide, all four band members offered words of thanks to the fans for their continued support and dedication and brief reflections on their twenty years together. Trey then stated that what they really needed to do was “blow off some fucking steam” before starting up Melt. There was an enormous glow stick war during Ghost featuring hundreds, if not thousands, of orange glow sticks. This version of Seven Below saw all of the band members sporadically shouting “Seven Below” throughout the jam. The Phish debut of Cool Jerk contained alternate lyrics honoring monitor mixer, Mark “Bruno” Bradley. The Dickie Scotland Song was spontaneously created and included lyrics in honor of production manager, Hadden Hipsley, and tour accountant, Richard Glasgow (a.k.a. Dickie Scotland). Before Wilson, Trey asked the crowd to sing to another of their friends “for the last time.” There was a fireworks display between the end of the third set and the encore. Before the encore, while explaining the origins of The Curtain, Trey jokingly announced that the entire Chicago Symphony and the Twyla Tharp Dance Troupe were going to perform Gamehendge. Trey explained that they chose The Curtain With as the last song to bring them full circle, because, not only was it one of the first Phish songs he wrote, but he wrote it in a cabin one town over from Coventry. Trey stopped and restarted the jam segment of the Curtain With, because they were in the wrong key or, as he explained, ”Since we are going to be bringing ourselves back in time, we may as well do it in the correct key.” There was no P.A. music after the Curtain With.

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8/14/2004 – NEWPORT STATE AIRPORT

 Coventry, VT   

SET 1: Walls of the Cave > Runaway Jim -> Gotta Jibboo, You Enjoy Myself > Sample in a Jar > Axilla > Poor Heart > Run Like an Antelope[1], Fire   

SET 2: AC/DC Bag -> 46 Days > Halley’s Comet -> Ya Mar, David Bowie, Character Zero   

SET 3: Twist -> The Wedge, Stash > Free, Guyute, Drowned > Friday   

ENCORE: Harry Hood[2]   

[1] Tom Marshall on vocals.
[2] With Trey banter. At the end of Hood, the band stopped playing allowing the audience to sing the “You can feel good, good, good about Hood” refrain.

This was the first show of the Coventry festival and was simulcast in movie theaters nationwide. During YEM, the band gave away their trampolines. Throughout the duration of the set, groups of fans held the trampolines above their heads, and some fans jumped on the trampolines as well. Tom Marshall sang the lyrics to Antelope. Trey teased Waves in Halley’s Comet. Before Bowie, Trey told a story of the summer he spent living in a cabin in the Northeast Kingdom where he remembered writing several songs, including Bowie. Trey explained that Bowie was an attempt to see “how far can you push it in the harmonic and rhythmic language and still have people dancing.” During Hood, Trey (speaking in rhythm) noted that because there were a row of rocks separating the band from the crowd, they were feeling a certain level of disconnect (particularly when Mike plays a “sexy” note). To remedy the situation, Trey and Mike ventured down onto the rocks for the duration of the song. At the end of Hood, the band stopped playing, allowing the audience to sing the “You can feel good, good, good about Hood” refrain.

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8/12/2004 – TWEETER CENTER AT THE WATERFRONT

 Camden, NJ   

SET 1: Wilson, You Enjoy Myself -> Ghost > Maze -> Catapult -> Maze, The Moma Dance, Horn, Pebbles and Marbles   

SET 2: Piper > Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley[1] > Cavern > Limb By Limb > Julius > Rock and Roll, Scents and Subtle Sounds[2]   

ENCORE: Lawn Boy, Frankenstein   

[1] No vocal jam.
[2] No intro.

The beginning of Catapult featured Mike, Trey and Page singing “Wash Uffizi drive me to Firenze” to the Catapult melody. Sneakin’ Sally did not contain a vocal jam. Prior to Scents, Trey teased My Friend My Friend. Scents did not have the intro. At the end of Scents, Trey, Page and Mike left the stage while Fish continued drumming along to the guitar loops. After Frankenstein, Trey announced that everybody traveling from Camden to Coventry should wait until Saturday morning to arrive due to the rain in the Northeast Kingdom. This show was simulcast on “The Bunny”, the official Coventry radio station.

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