SET 1: Party Time > 46 Days, Poor Heart, The Dogs, Bathtub Gin, Fast Enough for You, How Many People Are You, Strange Design, Fuego, Cities, Space Oddity
SET 2: Ghost > Light > Wolfman's Brother, Chalk Dust Torture, Saw It Again > Back on the Train > Slave to the Traffic Light
ENCORE: I Am the Walrus
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Review by malachai
Set two was two separate parts. Before the sound went out and after. Before it went, Ghost had a tight, exciting, danceable jam, which IMO was killer. Then came Light which went type 2, was probably the jam of the night. It's almost 20 minutes long. It's great you should check it out. It was inspired and even got a little dark and murky, which to me are the hallmarks of a great Phish jammy.
When the sound went out during Wolfman's and the band gave up playing their muted instruments, they all left the stage for about five/ten minutes. Side note: the crowd really could have just been super quiet and listened to the unmic'd jam they were playing, but the Mansfield crowd seemed a little drunk for that level of attention, I digress about the crowd.
When they came back the speakers in the amphitheater were noticeably shot. Even from right in front of the stage Trey's guitar and all of the vocals were way off. The five minute Chalkdust seemed like they just stayed on course with what they had planned or whatever. No mention of the sound crapping the bed or antic to make it up to everyone. I've seen some funny Fishman moments at Great Woods so I thought they might have done something funny after that but they didn't and that's cool, I'm not mad or disappointed about it.
Probably the most jammy jams in one show all tour so far, def give that Gin, Cities, Ghost, and Light a try if you love jammy jams.
Gave this show 4/5 was a fun, unique evening full of energy and jammys.