Phish - 1993

Concert Hall
Toronto, ONT, Canada map

Set List


Set I

Set II


Show Notes

This was Phish’s second Toronto performance in under five months. The venue was a historic ballroom built in 1917 as a Masonic Temple, converted into the famous Rock Pile club in 1968 and eventually renamed the Concert Hall, with a capacity of 1,200. Soundcheck included 1st-played bits of Money (instrumental version of the Pink Floyd cover), Tempted By Silver (Urban Blight cover), and Say You Love Me (Fleetwood Mac cover). There were some issues with the house lights turning on and off during Bouncing Around The Room and Rift. It’s Ice featured Trey and Mike “skating” on their Slide Board Balance Trainers. The David Bowie intro included Oom Pah Pah and The Simpsons secret language. Trey played the beginning of My Friend My Friend on acoustic guitar. The Horse was also played by Trey on acoustic and was preceded by a lengthy tease (with a few lyrics) of The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald (Gordon Lightfoot cover). Trey paused and said “you guys don’t really think I’m going to play that song do you?” and switched to The Horse. Continuing a tribute to Ontario native Gordon Lightfoot, You Enjoy Myself included teases of Sundown in the song and vocal jam. After My Sweet One, came Amazing Grace with Trey’s intro “we’re going to do one more…see if you can bring it way down so we can do this without the microphones.”