This was Phish's only show at Wolf Trap, an intimate wooden amphitheatre with excellent acoustics and a capacity of 7,024. This venue held the distinction of being the first national park for the performing arts and allowed fans to bring in their own picnic baskets and wine. Reserved tickets were $18. Trey played The Horse on acoustic guitar. It's Ice featured Trey and Mike "skating" on their Slide Board Balance Trainers. The second performance of Leprechaun occupied the place of I Am Hydrogen between Mike's Song and Weekapaug Groove, which lacked its usual ending, instead segueing into Hold Your Head Up. Amazing Grace was performed with microphones. The beginning of this soundcheck setlist (before Leprechaun) is unconfirmed.