This was the second show of a 2-night, sold out stand, and was also Phish's final performance at the Palace Theatre. Trey played The Horse on acoustic guitar. This show featured the 1st performances of: Why You Been Gone So Long (Johnny Darrell cover), The Tennessee Waltz (Redd Stewart/Pee Wee King cover), I Been To Georgia On A Fast Train (Billy Joe Shaver cover) and That’s Alright Mama (Arthur Crudup cover popularized by Elvis Presley). Of these songs, only The Tennessee Waltz was ever been played again. Dick "The Sun Mountain Fiddler" Solberg was introduced before Lawn Boy. Lawn Boy, Why You Been Gone So Long, Rocky Top, Hold Your Head Up and Cracklin Rosie all featured Dick Solberg on fiddle. Why You Been Gone So Long also included Jeff Walton on vocals. The Tennessee Waltz, I Been To Georgia On A Fast Train and That's Alright Mama featured both Dick Solberg on fiddle & Jeff Walton on acoustic guitar (with vocals from Dick and Jeff on The Tennessee Waltz). Tweezer included teases of Sweet Emotion and a Crimes Of The Mind jam. Cracklin' Rosie was dedicated to Neil. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. This show's renditions of Tweezer and Tela were included as part of the filler on the remastered LivePhish archival CD release of "5/8/93 UNH Fieldhouse, Durham, NH".