This was Phish's third and final show at The Catalyst. It was an all ages show on Easter Sunday. The show was listed in the Mar/Apr 92 Phish Update as tentative but was completely sold out with the club filled to it's capacity of 650 and beyond. The Buried Alive opener and parts of set I included special guest Cameron McKinney sitting in on "rhythm guitar" (inaudible ukelele). This was the 1st NICU to be played in its new, faster ska arrangement. Trey introduced a freshly clean-shaven Fish before his trombone solo during I Didn't Know, saying "ladies and gentlemen, recovering from a horrible facial accident, would you please welcome, Tommy Dorsey." I Didn't Know also featured a short, but unique vocal jam based on "Take it apart." Weekapaug Groove concluded with a vocal jam delivered over the beat of the song. The Cold As Ice outro included teases of "Lively Up Yourself" (Bob Marley cover), foreshadowing the next show in Humboldt County.