SET 1: Sigma Oasis, Buried Alive > Guelah Papyrus, My Sweet One > Everything is Hollow, The Curtain > Mound, Brian and Robert, Crazy Sometimes > Frost, Breath and Burning > Alumni Blues > Letter to Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues > It's Ice > Walls of the Cave
SET 2: After Midnight, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan > Energy -> Soul Planet > Wingsuit > I Always Wanted It This Way, Petrichor > Boogie On Reggae Woman > Rise/Come Together
ENCORE: Pebbles and Marbles, Beneath a Sea of Stars Part 1, Izabella, Chalk Dust Torture Reprise
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Review by DevinB
And if I'm being honest and objective, I felt the show was about half-good. I thoroughly enjoyed The Curtain (without!) for the first time in a long, long time. I would also be insane to complain about the Chalk Dust Reprise. The bulk of the encore, really. As with ANY Phish show, there were flashes of brilliance. There were a couple moments (see: Walls, Midnight) that absolutely tore the roof off the place! But for every moment like that, there was also an obscure cover, a newer ballad, or a generally jamless song in the wrong spot.
And, look, I had a blast in Charleston. Tonight was my 70th show. It wasn't monumental or even particularly memorable. That's fine. Five good sets and one colossal bummer still averages out to a pretty good weekend. I love this town. I love this community. And, despite my criticism, I still absolutely love this band. If you had a good time tonight, great! I'm thrilled. If, like me, you didn't, know that a lot of people agree with you and Phish shouldn't be some sacred cow to us. It's ok to not like a show every now and then.