This 18-and-over was the last Phish show listed in a Phish Update, newsletter or Doniac Schvice with stated age comments and is believed to be the last Phish show with age restrictions. Le Spectrum de Montréal was a concert hall with a capacity of about 1,100 and signature tiny light bulbs throughout the venue for a twinkly star-light vibe. The venue also had a laissez faire atmosphere of which the audience, many of whom traveled from New England, took full advantage. The soundcheck songs were riddled with teases about “the war” and Nixon. Trey sang the verses of Fee through his megaphone. The crowd went wild during the "on a ship to Quebec" line. David Bowie included Finger Scrape secret language. Following Chalk Dust Torture, Trey introduced and thanked the road crew while a string was repaired on Page's CP-70 Electric Grand Piano. This was the CP-70's fifth-to-last Phish show. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. This was the last show listed in the Nov/Dec 92 Phish Update and the last show on the 1992 fall tour. As promised, a postcard had been sent to the mailing list during the first week of November announcing "New Year's Gig Info" for the four holiday shows and previewing the next newsletter (with spring tour dates) that was due out in early January.