This was Phish’s 1st and only show at the Township Auditorium, a historic Georgian Revival style theater opened in 1930 with a capacity of 3,220. It was also Phish’s last show to-date in Columbia. Tickets cost $18.50. Trey was on crutches with his foot in a brace due to torn ligaments. Nellie Kane was performed electric with Page on piano and Fish on drums. Trey played The Horse on acoustic guitar. The encore featured Page’s father, Dr. Jack McConnell, on piano and vocals. Page and Dr. McConnell performed the Piano Duet (called “Boogie Woogie” in Brad Sands’ notes) alone and the rest of the band joined them for Bill Bailey Won’t You Please Come Home. A photograph from this show taken by C. Taylor Crothers has since become one of the most popular live Phish posters. After the show, Trey and Fish sat in with Col. Bruce Hampton & The Aquarium Rescue Unit for “Fixin’ To Die” at Rockafellas in Columbia.