Phish welcomed Buddy Miles, Merl Saunders and an array of intepretive dancers for a cover of Bob Dylan’s “All Along The Watchtower” on this date during Fall Tour 1996 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Phish surprised fans by opening with “Tweezer Reprise” for the first time ever on this date during a Fall Tour 1995 stop at Pershing Auditorium in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Celebrate 25 Years Of Phish Fall Tour by revisiting their “Guyutica” show in Utica, New York on October 20, 2010.
Phish delivered a drum-heavy version of “Steam” at the Hampton Coliseum on this date during Fall Tour 2013.
Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir’s appearance with Phish on this date during the latter’s Fall Tour 2016 included a Bob-sung version of “Miss You.”
Phish teamed up with Medeski Martin & Wood for an adventurous 35+ minute jam in New Orleans on this date during Fall Tour 1995.
Phish kicked off a 14-show fall tour at the Times-Union Center in Albany on this date in 2018 with a show that was highlighted by a rare jammed-out “Twenty Years Later.”
Celebrate 25 Years Of Phish Fall Tour by revisiting the final time Dr. Jack McConnell joined Phish on “Bill Bailey” during the band’s Fall Tour 2010.
Phish unveiled three live debuts, including the Page McConnell-penned “Home,” in North Charleston on this date during Fall Tour 2016.
Celebrate 25 Years Of Phish Fall Tour by revisiting Phish’s debut cover performance of David Bowie’s “Life On Mars?”
Celebrate 25 Years Of Phish Fall Tour by revisiting a performance of “Carini” with lyrics changed to reference the bubonic plague performed by Phish on this date of their Fall Tour 2010.
Phish filled their lone appearance at Compton Terrace Amphitheater with one highlight after another including a wild “Possum” on this date during Fall Tour 1995.
Phish performed a pair of songs from ‘Big Boat’ for ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ on this date in 2016.
Celebrate 25 Years Of Phish Fall Tour by digging into a 20+ minute first set “Ghost” that was performed in Albany, New York on this date in 1999.
Phish lyricist Tom Marshall led the band through their lone cover of The Who’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It” on this date during Fall Tour 1999 at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York.
25 Years Of Phish Fall Tour features the band’s performance of “You Enjoy Myself” before starting a lengthy hiatus on this date in 2000.
Phish welcomed Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir to share the stage for the first time on this date during Fall Tour 2000 at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California.
Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio provided a “Matrix Rap” to connect “Colonel Forbin’s Ascent” and “Fly Famous Mockingbird” in Portland on this date during Fall Tour 1995.
Celebrate 25 Years Of Phish Fall Tour with a look back at a “NORML” rendition of “Makisupa Policeman” the band played on October 4, 1999.
Celebrate 25 Years Of Phish Fall Tour with a look back at Phish’s collaboration with Neil Young at Farm Aid on October 3, 1998.
Phish delivered an exploratory “Piper” filled with fretboard fireworks from guitarist Trey Anastasio at the Target Center in Minneapolis on this date in 1999.
Phish served up the official debut of “Guy Forget,” a song which shares its name with a French tennis player, at Desert Sky Pavilion in Phoenix on October 1, 2000.
Phish paid tribute to Jerry Garcia during their first Bay Area gig following his death by dedicating a bluegrass classic to him on this date in 1995.
Phish and Kid Rock performed together on this date during Phish Fall Tour 2000.
Phish teased Lynard Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama” on this date during their Fall Tour 1999.
Phish debuted five songs on this date in 1995 at their fall tour opener in Sacramento, including the instrumental “Keyboard Army.”
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