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May
18
92

Phish - 1992

Flynn Theatre
Burlington, VT, United States map

Set List

Show Notes

This show was Phish’s second show (in total and in as many months) at their hometown Flynn Theatre. It was an all ages show and widely celebrated as the last gig in a 53-show spring tour. By this time the B.C. Kagan picture of Nectar on the front cover of “A Picture of Nectar” was plastered all over clubs, colleges and tollbooths from coast to coast in the form of free promotional stickers available throughout the tour. Road manager Andrew Fischbeck delivered the Introduction before Suzy Greenberg, which started almost out of the gates with an Oye Como Va tease. Fall Down and The Simplsons secret language filed the pause before Guelah (The Fly). Mike’s Song and Weekapaug Groove both had some stop/start jamming, with Trey adding a “Hey!” to the latter. Cavern’s intro was extended and before the end of the song, Trey introduced Fish “ladies and gentlemen, Henrietta!” The band teased Mississippi Queen (Leslie West and Corky Laing/Mountain cover) before and during Love You. Carolina was performed without microphones. This was the last show listed in the Apr/May 92 Phish Update, in which the Phish News column stated “After we finish the spring tour on the 18th at The Flynn, we plan on taking a month off before starting our summer touring. We’re tentatively planning to tour in Europe from June 18th – July 4th. If all goes as planned, we’ll be playing some festivals and some of our own gigs. The countries we’re aiming to play include England, Germany, Denmark and Holland, among others. Nothing is definite yet, but stay tuned to the hotline for more details. After that we’re planning a special long weekend (July 9-12) with Blues Traveler, Widespread Panic, The Spin Doctors and The Aquarium Rescue Unit to take place around the northeast. More news on that in the next newsletter, which comes out in early June. We also plan to do some gigs of our own in July before taking August and part of September off to record our second album for Elektra.”