This was Phish’s 1st show at the Dane County Coliseum – a hockey and entertainment arena opened in 1967 with a capacity of 10,250 (although listed capacity for this show was ~5,550). Tickets cost $18.50 and the show was sold out. The second If I Could during soundcheck included Rev. Jeff Mosier on banjo. Trey sang the verses of Fee through his megaphone. This show featured the only public performance of Dooley by Phish. If I Could, Little Tiny Butter Biscuits, My Long Journey Home and Dooley featured Rev. Jeff Mosier on banjo (for all) and vocals (for Long Journey Home and Dooley) on his last onstage appearance with Phish to-date.My Long Journey Home and Dooley were performed acoustic with Trey on acoustic guitar, Mike on banjo, Page on upright bass and Fish on mandolin and featured Rev. Jeff Mosier on banjo and vocals. Little Tiny Butter Biscuits was performed acoustic with Trey on fiddle, Mike on banjo, Page on upright bass and Fish on mandolin plus Rev. Jeff Mosier on banjo. Reba ended without whistling. The first encore, Icculus, included references to the 6/17/94 “O.J. Show.” After this show the band and crew traveled 442 miles overnight to Columbia, Missouri.