, attached to 2004-06-24

Review by Voraciously_Alternate

Voraciously_Alternate I have made many blunders in my life but none will haunt me like my first Phish show experiences. I had the opportunity to hit both nights but missed the fist night by selling my tickets for some money to buy party favors. When trying to reflect on my show experiences from back then i wasnt sure which of the two nights i actually hit but after talking to some friends about that time it became clear that i thought i had hit the first night and sold my ticket for the second but what i did was sell my ticket away in the lot before the show on the first night because "i was going to see them tomorrow anyway" oh how foolish i was. It has seemed like such a tarnish on my record but over time i have come to accept the fact that i started on the wrong foot but have done everything in my power since to right this so called wrong. I cant really recall any specific details of how the show went due to me mainly focusing on the fact that i was alone at a show were everyone seemed to be in on a secret i hadnt been told. If you learn anything from me and my story i would hope that it would be that even if we start with a stumble it only takes time to regain ones footing.

Also disregard my review of 6/23/2004 because although i though for a time that was my first show i was wrong and any memory of that show was garnered from listening to recordings


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