This was Phish's 1st appearance in Canada and their 1st gig outside the United States. It was a 1-set show that took place during (though not as a part of) Montreal International Jazz Festival. Les Foufounes is about a block from the festival site so it ran its own "Foufounes Electriques Jazz Fest." The show began with Trey saying (to people in the balcony) "Hi how are you all doing up there? We're Phish from Burlington, Ontario." Before Donna Lee, Trey said "we can't resist doing at least one straight-ahead jazz tune since this is the jazz fest...so this is a Charlie Parker tune." Between The Divided Sky and The Lizards, Trey explained that the band is from Burlington, Ontario "out near Gamehendge" and asked "how many Gamehendgians are here?". After David Bowie, he introduced the band, calling Fish Moses Brown, Moses Heaps, Moses DeWitt and just plain Moses. During Bike, Fish "got no suction" for his vacuum solo so during I Didn't Know, he blew a trombone solo instead and was again introduced as Moses. The Drums jam that ended the set included some background house music on the venue P.A. (and possibly some vocal teasing by the band) of The Immigrant Song.