This was Phish's 1st show in Colorado and the first of a 7-show tour in Telluride and Aspen from which a 3-CD archival compilation was released as "Colorado '88" on JEMP Records on Halloween 2006. This setlist is incomplete and may consist of all of set II and some or all of set III. The setlist for the remainder of this show is unknown. These shows were booked with help from Cilla Foster and owner of the Roma, Warren Stickney who inspired Phish's billing as "Vermont's Most Naive Band". The stage at The Roma was downstairs in a building that is currently occupied by a sushi restaurant called Honga's Lotus Petal. This entire run of shows except Aspen was recorded by local Telluride ski patroller Michael Lynch and his masters made up the source material for "Colorado '88".