This was the last show of a 3-night stand at The Roxy and Phish's final show there. The show began with an A Capella introduction to Suzy Greenberg of the "little Suzy Greenberg with her head caved in" lyrics. Suzy Greenberg also included teases of Tweezer, hearkening back to the previous night's transcendent second set. This rendition of Esther began with a modified, reggae-inflected intro and contained The Simpsons secret language. Run Like An Antelope included a tease of the Woody Woodpecker Theme and Random Note secret language. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. After Cracklin' Rose, which was Fish's third vocal performance in as many nights in Atlanta, Trey openly lamented leaving The Roxy. Good Times Bad Times, Paul And Silas and the 1st performance of Pig In A Pen (traditonal) featured Reverend Jeff Mosier on banjo and vocals. Good Times Bad Times was played in an impromptu bluegrass style for the first and only time and Paul And Silas was the only song repeated in the 3-night run. After the show, Jeff Mosier, Mike and Trey played bluegrass tunes backstage for an hour or so for friends and family. This entire run of three Roxy Theatre shows was released as an archival JEMP Records 8-CD box set and LivePhish.com Download entitled "Phish At The Roxy" in November 2008.