This was Phish’s only show at Hara Arena – a basketball and hockey arena built in 1956 with a capacity of 8,000. In the 1960’s and 1970’s this venue was also home to the original Big Time Wrestling and other wrestling events. Tickets cost $18.50. Helter Skelter ended with the full-band singing “I’ve got blisters on my fingers” A capella to the tune of Back In My Hometown (see 4/4/94). The Vibration Of Life included a tease of Wipe Out. Mike teased To France during 2001. You Enjoy Myself included teases of Frankenstein and the vocal jam was intertwined with the introductory Hold Your Head Up before Fish sang Love You. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome, Nellie Kane and My Long Journey Home were performed acoustic acoustic with Trey on acoustic guitar, Mike on banjo, Page on upright bass and Fish on mandolin. My Long Journey Home featured special guest Rev. Jeff Mosier on spoons. To France (Jeff Mosier cover) and Fixin’ To Die (Bukka White cover) were the 1st played by Phish and featured Rev. Jeff Mosier on banjo and banjo/lead vocals respectively. After this show, the band and crew traveled 247 miles overnight to East Lansing, Michigan.