This was Phish’s 1st show in Montana and their only show at Montana State University. The show was listed in the November/December 1994 Doniac Schvice and on the tickets as MSU Shroyer Gym but was moved to the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse – a basketball arena known as “The Brick – the largest wood dome structure in the world, which had a listed capacity at the time of 8,475. Tickets cost $19.50. Cameron McKinney, a nine-year-old Bozeman local and old friend of the band, joined the band on saxophone during Simple. Trey sang the verses of Fee through his megaphone. This epic/experimental Tweezer sandwiched the Digital Delay Loop Jam (among other jam segments) within its nearly 45 minutes. This was the only Tweezer > Digital Delay Loop Jam > Tweezer performed. Part of the jam from Tweezer was released as Montana on “A Live One”. After the show, the band and crew traveled 708 miles to Olympia, Washington for a day off.