I had an idea to start this review with one-word answers from people about the show walking out of the venue. I gave up on that pretty quickly. Wooks.
In this 40th anniversary year, it’s impossible not to reflect on age, youth, nostalgia, the future.
And it’s an ironic sight to behold when band and crowd, in unison, yell one of the most iconic lines in Phish, “can’t I live while I’m young?!” as we shuffle to and from the show at the all-inclusive resort and wake up with sore legs and tired brains.
So maybe it’s not about living while we’re young. Can’t we live while we’re old?
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