This show took place at “The Schnitz”, a historic Italian Renaissance style movie/vaudeville house opened in 1928 and re-named in 1930 The Paramount Theatre (and later Schnitzer Hall or “The Schnitz”) with a capacity of 2,808. Baby Gramps was the opening act. Reba included a tease of Dixie. Trey sang the verses of Fee through his megaphone and Fee’s usual outro was extended into a jam that ended unusually. Split Open And Melt subsequently featured an even more dynamic and creative jam. It’s Ice included a piano solo, The Simpsons secret language and another unusual extro. Harry Hood started with repeating waves of the It’s Ice outro and reggae-style “Yeeeaaahhh” testimony from Fish. Hold Your Head Up sandwiched the second and last performance of Mice And Bats to-date, which featured Baby Gramps on guitar and vocals and Fish on Madonna washboard and vacuum. Free Bird was performed with microphones. After this show the band and crew traveled 634 miles overnight to San Francisco where they had a day off.