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Review by headyburritos
First set was pretty standard and contained some fun "Halloween" songs to get the night started right. My lady and I found a good spot on the floor and held it down all four nights, which led to a new friendship with a huge crew of people who just so happened to live close to us. Thanks Phish!
The "cover" set is where this show earns its keep. Personally, I "fell" for the gag. I did not do any internet sleuthing and did not look into the gag until way after the show. I assumed Phish was telling us the truth (stupid, I know) and believed that we were hearing some obscure Scandinavian band the whole time. I thought the stage design and set up really sold the act, and the music itself felt very prog-rock but also somewhat Phishy. If I had really considered it, I probably could have guessed that it was all original Phish music, but I was so swept away by the entire performance that I never really gave it a second thought.
Third set was pretty solid, but nothing earth-shattering. After such a monumental gag in the second set, it's not surprise that they lost a little steam in the final set. Halloween is a looooong show!