Phish’s weekly archival broadcast, Dinner and a Movie is back tonight with three monster sets from Watkins Glen. The show features the second night of Phish’s 10th festival, Magna Ball.
On the Saturday of Magna Ball, Phish pulled out an absolutely monster show. After a whopping 13 song first set capped off with a must-hear “Run Like an Antelope,” Phish drops one of the most memorable 3.0 jams of all time—”Tweezer > Prince Caspian.”
The third set features more fire including a pair of funky “Cities” sandwiching the 17 year “Mind Left Body Jam” bust out.
After the three sets and encore, Phish gave their “Drive In” set behind the movie theater screen. As Phish.net describes, the fourth set “started with the band playing behind the “Drive In Movie” screen that had been created for the festival. Slowly, their silhouettes became visible and the ambient jam veered towards a full on band jam while the screen simultaneously showed fractal like images of close-ups of the band.”
SET 1: Divided Sky, The Moma Dance > Mound, Army of One, Scabbard > Sample in a Jar, Tube, Halfway to the Moon, Camel Walk, How Many People Are You, When the Circus Comes, Undermind > Run Like an Antelope
SET 2: Wolfman’s Brother, Halley’s Comet > 46 Days -> Backwards Down the Number Line > Tweezer > Prince Caspian
SET 3: Meatstick > Blaze On -> Possum > Cities -> Mind Left Body Jam > Cities > Light > 555, Wading in the Velvet Sea > Walls of the Cave
ENCORE: Boogie On Reggae Woman > Tweezer Reprise
Thanks to Phish for the stream!