This was the first show of a 2-night stand celebrating the release of Phish's second album "Lawn Boy" on Absolute A Go Go Records. It was an all ages show presented by Dionysian Productions with ticket prices of $10 advance or $12 at the door. It was also Phish's 1st Somerville Theatre show. Tweezer included Charlie Chan and Random Note secret language. After Hold Your Head Up, Fish renounced the name Henrietta and officially adopted the name Zero Man. The Sept/Oct/Nov Phish Update read in pertinent part "There's lots of exciting news to tell! First of all, the band has written a pile of new songs guaranteed to tickle your funny bone and wear out your dancing shoes (or feet). Phish will also be releasing their debut album, entitled "Lawn Boy" - due to hit the stores on September 21st. The record is on Absolute A Go Go Records and will be available on CD, vinyl, ((for all you die hard record buffs) and cassette."