Flat Fee was played at 1.11% of live Phish shows.
It was last played July 27, 1991, which was 1351 shows ago.
There have been 1,814 shows since the live debut.
“Flat Fee” has been played approximately once every 89.8 shows.
Since its debut, “Flat Fee” has been played, on average, once every 86.4 shows.
It was played 21 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1987-08-09||Nectar's||71||3||Divided||McGrupp||First known performance.|
|1987-08-21||Ian McLean's Farm||1||2||Sparks||Fee|
|1988-02-08||Nectar's||0||3||Sloth||Dinner and a Movie|
|1988-03-11||The Base Lodge, Stearns Hall...||5||1||Slave||Corinna|
|1988-05-15||Beecher Hill Farm||20||2||IDK||> Whipping Post|
|1991-07-11||Battery Park||347||1||Divided||MSO||Giant Country Horns.|
|1991-07-12||The Colonial Theatre||0||1||Buried Alive >||Reba||Giant Country Horns.|
|1991-07-13||Berkshire Performing Arts Ce...||0||2||Divided||Paul and Silas||Giant Country Horns.|
|1991-07-15||The Academy||1||1||Weekapaug||Lizards||Giant Country Horns.|
|1991-07-20||Arrowhead Ranch||2||2||Dinner and a Movie||Golgi||Giant Country Horns.|
|1991-07-23||The Bayou||1||1||Stash||Bouncin'||Giant Country Horns.|
|1991-07-25||Cat's Cradle||1||1||Divided||Bag||Giant Country Horns.|
|1991-07-26||The Georgia Theatre||0||2||YEM||Funky Bitch||Giant Country Horns.|
|1991-07-27||Variety Playhouse||0||1||Cavern||Poor Heart||Giant Country Horns.|
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