This was Phish’s only show at this venue – a tented amphitheater in downtown Pittsburgh with a capacity of 3,792 named after a local beer, Iron City Light. This soundcheck revealed the 1st known performance of Guyute (a partial, unfinished version of the song that was not played publicly until more than a year later). The soundchecked Train Medley included Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash cover) and One After 909 (The Beatles cover). This experimental Run Like An Antelope contained teases of Heartbreaker, an Including Your Own “Hey” jam and a Brother jam all of which coincided with fireworks at nearby Three Rivers Stadium. Trey sang the verses of Fee through his megaphone. After You Enjoy Myself, while Page teased the Hold Your Head Up intro, Fish picked up his the vacuum and found it set on reverse. He said “one of our crew members tried to pull a funny on me and turned my vacuum cleaner inside out…thought I’d fall for that. PETE!” Fish then introduced Pete Schall on monitors and Brad Sands (“tuning guitars and things”). Fish eventually worked it out and blew a vacuum solo during Purple Rain. Free Bird was performed with microphones. Though it was not listed in the June/July 93 Phish Update, a show scheduled for the following night at Pier Six Concert Pavilion in Baltimore was cancelled less than a week beforehand. The next show took place in Middletown, New York.