This was the first show of a 2-night stand at The Palace. These were Phish's only shows to-date in Hollywood and their 1st 2-night stand on the West Coast. The venue was a historic, Spanish Colonial Revival theater, originally opened in 1927 with a capacity of about 1,100. Despite the building's good acoustics, there were sound problems from The Landlady opener through Stash. After Stash, Trey mentioned they were having technical difficulties they would try to fix during Amazing Grace, which was performed without microphones. This version of Reba was unfinished and ended without whistling. Weekapaug featured Heartbreaker/Living Loving Maid (Led Zeppelin covers) teases as well as a Lively Up Yourself jam. Trey played The Horse on acoustic guitar. Fish referred to The Great Gig In The Sky as "The OK Gig In The Sky". Sweet Adeline was aerformed without microphones.