August 16, 1971 Max Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, N.Y. (Sat)
8 Track Soundboard Master Reels @ 15ips > DAT (Bill Koucky Transfer)
St. Stephen> Mama Tried, Dark Star> High Time, Lovelight
Woodstock Music and Art Fair - also: Canned Heat; Creedence
Clearwater Revival; Keef Hartley Band; Janis Joplin; Jefferson Airplane;
Mountain; Quill; Santana; The Who
August 16, 1980 Mississippi River Festival, Edwardsville, Il. (Sat)
Audience Master Cassette (Sony ECM-250 ; Joani Walker Tape ; Paul Scotton and Charlie Miller Transfer)
1: Alabama> Promised, TLEO, Me & My
Uncle> El Paso, Althea, L. L. Rain, Tennessee Jed, Easy To Love You,
2: C. C. Rider> China Cat> I Know You Rider, Ship Of Fools,
Estimated> He's Gone> Drumz> Other One> Black Peter>
Sugar Magnolia E: Iko Iko> Saturday Night
last "Iko Iko": 02-04-79 
August 16, 1981 McArthur Court, University of Oregon, Eugene, Or. (Sun)
Audience Master Cassette (Nakamichi 300s ; Charlie Miller Transfer)
1: Jack Straw, FOTD> El Paso> Loser, Minglewood, Peggy-O> Rooster, Deal
2: Stranger, Scarlet> Fire> Estimated> Eyes> Drumz*>
Other One> Stella Blue> Around> Good Lovin E: Baby Blue
*with Ken Kesey, Zane Kesey, Ken Babbs and The Thunder Machine
August 16, 1987 Town Park, Telluride, Co. (Sun)
Soundboard Master Cassette (Joani Walker, Paul Scotton, Charlie Miller Transfer)
1: Half Step> Rooster, Iko Iko, Far From Me, West L. A., Masterpiece> Big RxR Blues> Promised
2: Push> Samson, He's Gone> Drumz> Other One> Truckin> Black Peter> Good Lovin E: Touch, Brokedown
"Beer Barrel Polka" tuning before "Far From Me" - double start for
"Brokedown" - FM broadcast KOTO - Olatunji and the Drums of Passion
August 16, 1991 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, Ca. (Fri)
Soundboard DAT (Nick C. Transfer)
1: Jack Straw> Bertha, All Over Now, Ramble On, Desolation Row, Dark Star> Promised
2: Scarlet> Victim> Fire> Truckin> Drumz> Playin Reprise> SOTM> Good Lovin E: U. S. Blues
"Dark Star" is first verse only - last first-set "Dark Star": 11-15-71 
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Phish Setlists provided
Phish Stats from ZZYZX. Audio from Phishows.com
August 16, 1993 American Theater, St. Louis, Mo. (Mon)
Audience Cassette > Cassette > CD (Nakamichi 300 Omnis ; Brandon Johnston Transfer)
Set 1: Axilla, Possum > Horn > Reba > Sparkle, Foam, I Didn't Know, Split Open and Melt, The Squirming Coil
Set 2: Mike's Song -> Faht > Weekapaug Groove, Mound >
It's Ice, My Friend, My Friend, Poor Heart, Big Ball Jam, Take the
'A' Train > Good Times Bad Times
Encore: Amazing Grace, Rocky Top
 Fishman on Madonna washboard.
 Yield Not to Temptation jam.
 Fishman on acoustic guitar.
 Gypsy Queen and I Wish teases.
 Beginning featured Trey on acoustic guitar.
 Without microphones.
Notes: I Didn't Know featured Fishman on Madonna washboard. Mike’s Song
included a Yield Not to Temptation jam. Weekapaug included Gypsy Queen
and I Wish teases. Faht featured Fishman on acoustic guitar and the
beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Amazing Grace
was performed without microphones.
August 16, 1996 Plattsburgh Air Force Base, Plattsburgh, N.Y. (Fri)
No Source Information
Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Bathtub Gin, Ya Mar, AC/DC Bag > Esther > The Divided Sky, Halley's Comet > David Bowie
Set 2: Split Open and Melt, Sparkle > Free, The Squirming Coil,
Waste, Talk, Train Song, Strange Design, Hello My Baby,
Mike's Song -> Simple -> Contact > Weekapaug Groove
Set 3: Makisupa Policeman > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Down with
Disease -> NICU, Life on Mars? > Harry Hood -> Jam
Encore: Amazing Grace
Set 4: Flatbed Truck Jam
 Brief DEG tease from Trey.
 Acoustic mini-stage.
Notes: This was the first show of The Clifford Ball festival. Bathtub
Gin contained a brief DEG tease from Trey. Waste through Strange Design
were performed on the acoustic mini-stage. Disease was unfinished. The
second set was preceded by a Mary Had a Little Lamb tease. The jam at
the end of Harry Hood accompanied a fireworks display. The band took to
the back of a flatbed truck at around 3:30 in the morning and drove
through the crowd. The performance was one long open-ended jam.
August 16, 1997 Loring Commerce Center at Loring Air Force Base, Limestone, Me. (Sat)
FM Broadcast > DAT (Jason Sobel Transfer)
1: Makisupa Policeman -> Harpua > Chalk Dust Torture, Theme
From the Bottom > Punch You In the Eye > Ghost > Ginseng
Sullivan, You Enjoy Myself > Train Song > Character Zero, The
Set 2: Wolfman's Brother -> Simple -> My Soul, Jam -> Slave to the Traffic Light > Rocky Top > Julius
Set 3: Halley's Comet -> Cities -> Llama > Lawn Boy, Limb By Limb > Funky Bitch
Encore: Contact > Loving Cup
 Picked up where the Clifford Ball Harpua left off.
 Odd Couple theme tease.
 Intro performed a cappella with finger snaps.
 On Your Way Down tease.
 After Midnight tease; Trey altered lyrics to reference "Fishman sleeping in the daytime."
Notes: This was the first show of The Great Went festival. Harpua picked
up where the Clifford Ball Harpua left off. After Chalk Dust, Trey
remarked that the first three songs served as the soundcheck, which the
band did not do before the show. The jam out of Simple, as well as the
beginning of My Soul, included Odd Couple theme teases. Halley’s Comet
included On Your Way Down teases. Cities included an After Midnight
tease, as well as Trey altering the lyrics to reference “Fishman
sleeping in the daytime.” The Julius intro was partially performed a
cappella with finger snaps. Funky Bitch featured a fireworks display
behind the stage that culminated as the song ended. After the show, the
members of Phish DJ’d under pseudonyms at a festival tent in what has
become known as the “Disco Set.”
August 16, 1998 Loring Commerce Center at Loring Air Force Base, Limestone, Me. (Sun)
No Source Information
1: Ginseng Sullivan, Bathtub Gin -> Rift, Punch You In the Eye, Lawn
Boy, Ya Mar > AC/DC Bag > Frankie Says, Birds of a Feather,
Set 2: Down with Disease > Piper, Ghost > Fluffhead, When the
Circus Comes > Wading in the Velvet Sea, Hold Your Head Up >
Sexual Healing > Hold Your Head Up, Run Like an Antelope
Set 3: Sabotage -> Also Sprach Zarathustra > Wilson > The Mango
Song > Character Zero > Bittersweet Motel, While My Guitar Gently
Encore: Harry Hood -> Jam -> Baby Elephant Walk
 Sexual Healing teases; Alternate lyrics referring to "Bob Weaver."
 Fishman on trombone.
Notes: This was the second show of the Lemonwheel festival. Disease was
unfinished. Fishman alluded to Terrapin (“a love song about a turtle”)
after a long HYHU intro but instead led the band into Sexual Healing.
Antelope included Sexual Healing teases in the intro and a reference to
“Bob Weaver” instead of Marco Esquandolas in the lyrics. WMGGW returned
for its first appearance since February 26, 1997 (103 shows). A
fireworks display took place behind the stage in the jam out of Hood.
The jam also featured Fishman on trombone. Baby Elephant Walk was played
for the first time since December 1, 1992 (513 shows).
August 16, 2009 Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Md. (Sat)
Audience (Schoeps mk22s ; Taylor C. Tape and Transfer)
Soundcheck: I Been Around, Middle Of The Road, Sugar Shack
Set 1: Crowd Control, Kill Devil Falls, The Sloth, Beauty of a Broken
Heart, Axilla, Foam, Esther, Ha Ha Ha, Party Time, Tube, Stealing
Time From the Faulty Plan, Strange Design, Time Turns Elastic
Set 2: Tweezer > Taste, Alaska, Let Me Lie, 46 Days, Oh! Sweet Nuthin' > Harry Hood
Encore: Good Times Bad Times, Tweezer Reprise
Notes: Before Ha Ha Ha, Trey chided Fish saying, “You should know this
song, Fish, because you wrote this song.” After Ha Ha Ha, Trey said that
he loved that song so much, that the time had come for the debut of
Party Time, another Fish original that he loves even more. Before Tube,
Trey said that he couldn’t hear what song a group of fans were shouting
for, saying that it sounded like “Snoop.” Trey then joked, “You said
‘Snoop’? He’s right back here, Snoop Dogg, everyone!” Finally, he
started Tube, saying that he thought that was the song they were
requesting. After Alaska, Trey offered some kind words for his guitar
tech, Brian Brown, adding, “No Brian, no guitar.”
August 16, 2011 UIC Pavilion, University of Illinois, Chicago, Il. (Tue)
Digital Audience (Busman BSC2-K1s ; Jeff Abbs Tape and Transfer)
Set 1: Dinner and a Movie, Ha Ha Ha > Chalk Dust Torture, Mexican Cousin, Walls of the Cave > Runaway Jim > Foam, I Didn't Know, Ocelot, Ginseng Sullivan > The Wedge, Limb By Limb, Let It Loose
Set 2: Down with Disease -> Twist > Backwards Down the Number Line > Theme From the Bottom > Golden Age > A Day in the Life > You Enjoy Myself
Encore: Heavy Things > Slave to the Traffic Light > Rocky Top
 Darth Vader quote at end of vocal jam.
Setlists provided by Setlist.com.
Audio from Zero on Archive.org and Steve Kimock Band on Archive.org
August 16, 1996 Zero - The Fillmore - San Francisco, Ca. (Sat)
Set 1: Favela (1), Roll Me Over, Crossroads, Theme From Nancy Germany, Spoken For, Junko Partner, Mercury Blues
Set 2: Berm, Devil and the Trees, Tear Tags Off Mattresses > Can't
Keep a Good Man Down, Tell Me All About It, Papa Was A Rolling Stone
> Drums > Pits of Thunder, E: Whiter Shade of Pale
Comment: (1) Old Legion of Mary tune. Al Georio (?) and Lonnie "Showtime" on percussion
August 16, 1998 KVHW - Great American Music Hall - San Francisco, Ca. (Sun)
Audience (no streaming source ; Nakamichi CM-300s - on stage or front of board ; unknown transfer)
Set 1: Bad Hair, Slumber, Five B4 Funk, I Can See Clearly Now, Papago, Seventh Heaven
Set 2: Shotgun House > High-Heeled Sneakers, City of Tiny Lights,
Rocco, She Caught The Katy, Tangled Hangers, Nine > Ring Around The
Moon > Nine, It's Impossible
Comment: With Tim Hockenberry - vocals - keyboards and trombone.