This was an all ages show. It was Phish’s 1st show at the Palace Theatre, a historic movie theater opened in 1931 with a capacity of about 2,900. Trey did an interview backstage with musician/student Nate Silas Richardson before soundcheck. Trey shouted out The Dude of Life during Suzy Greenberg. Stash featured teases of Linus and Lucy. Memories and Sweet Adeline were performed without microphones. David Bowie was teased before I Walk the Line. Fish started and stopped the David Bowie intro a couple times. The first intro included teases of Ring Of Fire as well as The Simpsons secret language while the second contained a short tease of Jimmy Olsen’s Blues (Spin Doctors cover). David Bowie ended unusually, sort of fading out from the jam as Trey said “Thank you. We’re going to take a short break. Please don’t go away, we’ll be right back.” Hold Your Head Up was performed with a ska feel. Before Terrapin, Page asked the audience “what do you guys think about the new dress?” Fish, clad in his new eyeball dress, introduced the band during their solos in Terrapin. He called Trey “Ernest” twice and referred to himself as “Yeees, I & I” before his vacuum solo. Immediately after Terrapin, Fish asked “OK, can i sing my new song? It’s very short.” For the second half of Lengthwise, Fish-requested that the audience sing along with him. Self, which had not been played for over a year (since 11/8/91) featured The Dude of Life on vocals. Before The Dude Intro buildup preceding Self, Trey teased The Ballad Of Curtis Loew, and wished a “very happy birthday to Curtis”.