This was the second show of a 2-night stand. Russell Flanagan joined the band on fiddle for Uncle Pen. During the end of Run Like An Antelope, Trey quoted lyrics from Col. Bruce Hampton & The Aquarium Rescue Unit’s version of Fixin’ To Die – a song Phish covered years later. During the Hold Your Head Up intro and outro, the band teased Let’s Go (The Cars cover) – Trey introduced Fish as ‘Enrietta (Henrietta with French pronunciation) and Fish admitted he liked The Cars “I like ’em. They’re a unique band. They have a unique sound.” During the Let’s Go outro, which was the 1st known Let’s Go (instrumental) played by Phish, Trey introduced the crew: Pete Schall on monitors, Andrew Fischbeck, Chris “Big Hands” Kuroda, and Paul “Roots” Languedoc and mentioned the 3-1 score of the band/crew hockey game punctuated by Page’s Charge fanfare teases. Trey dedicated Mikes’s Song to the “non-leaving of Mindy” and the “spirit of Ian in the back of the room.” There was a shoutout to monitor engineer Pete Schall during the Mike’s Song intro and a Fishin’ Hole (aka The Andy Griffith Show theme) tease by Page during Weekapaug Groove. Trey teased Groove Is In The Heart (Deee-Lite cover) during Weekapaug Groove. My Sweet One, Paul And Silas, La Grange and Rocky Top all featured Russell Flanagan on fiddle. Rocky Top was a second encore, played after the band left the stage following La Grange. This setlist was adopted from Andrew Fischbeck’s notes. Recordings of Run LIke An Antelope through Rocky Top have circulated as 9/17/90 but is believed to be the end of this show’s set II.