This show took place during a supermoon, at a ballroom inside the former Sweeney Convention Center with a capacity of about 1,200. Wipe Out was teased during Llama. Trey’s Gamehendge narration during Fly Famous Mockingbird started with an explanation of a strange growth on Fish’s arm and building a human chain to the moon “until we all are standing on the moon” and included teases of Hold Your Head Up, the 1st performance (albeit partial within the narration) of How High The Moon in nearly three years (since 5/28/90), and an Iron Man tease. This was the only time the 3-song Ice Sequence of Sparkle > It’s Ice > Glide was ever played. David Bowie’s intro included another tease of How High The Moon, which was woven subtly into the jam. As the band came on stage for set II, Trey asked “did everybody get an apple out there?” Like most this tour, Big Ball Jam ended with Trey, Mike and Brad creating a human hoop onstage to collect the balls. After the Ball Jam, Trey introduced Brad Sands as “the third section of the basketball hoop.” Trey played the beginning of My Friend My Friend on acoustic guitar, which was mashed up and paired with Kung for the first and only time. The You Enjoy Myself vocal jam included a repeated supermoon magic word, “perigee.” Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. During Love You, Fish thanked the crowd for coming out on “a beautiful perigee of a night” and introduced the band and himself (“I am a mutant”) before an extended vacuum solo. During Hold Your Head Up, Fish wished a “happy perigee to you all!” Chalk Dust had a blues ending giving Trey a chance to say thanks and “go out and enjoy the full moon and we’ll see you this summer at that great outdoor place everybody keeps telling us about.” This is one of few shows from this era for which no known audience recording circulates.