1. Down With Disease- 7/11
The highlight of night one. We loved every second of the 18+ minute, high-energy jamming.
The Big Apple Circus brings laughter to 225k+ children every year through their Clown Care Program. Those same clowns came to Randall’s Island and put a smile on all of our faces.
4. Story of the Ghost- 7/12
You know those times when Phish plays one of your favorite songs and the jam goes to crazy places and you forget what you’re listening to before a friend reminds you where the song started? Yeah. That was this Ghost for us.
5. Telling Congress To Label GMOs
People want to know what’s in the food they’re eating. That doesn’t seem like such a crazy ask, does it? Take a look at our gallery of people who agree and feel free to use #GMORightToKnow yourself!
6. Tube > Joy > First Tube- 7/12
3-Song encores are rare, especially when two of the three songs have the word "Tube" in them.
7. Lawn Games
We passed the time with some ultra-competitive and ultra-fun games of Ladder Golf and Cornhole. Even when we lost, we won.
8. The Freezer
Back for the first time since Bader Field 2012, Phish Dry Goods set up a tent selling brand new, never-before-worn, discontinued merch from years past.
9. Maze - 7/13
Maze reached new heights as Trey Anastasio (Guitar) and Page McConnell (Piano) traded leads with rocking results.
10. Picture of Nectar Vinyl
According to our pals in The Freezer, an Official Phish Archive merch store, Picture of Nectar was the oldest Phish album to never be available on vinyl. We’re happy that’s been rectified.
11. Visual Art on Site
Do you remember Russ Bennet? Of course you do! He’s the Artistic Director who helped create our One World One Heart Festivals in the 90s. This weekend he brought some new magic for everyone to enjoy.
12. Chalk Dust Torture- 7/13
There are lots of ways Phish could have kicked off Sunday’s second set. We’re glad they ignored them all and chose to drop this 28+ minute bomb. And then following up with monster versions of Light and Tweezer did not hurt.
14. Soundcheck- 7/12
Before the rest of the band joined Trey on stage for a lengthy 20 Years Later and a sound check Jam followed by a quirky and quick Moby Dick, he played the solos from Divided Sky and Squirming Coil.
15. Pollock T-Shirt
Call us biased, but we think Jim Pollock really outdid himself with this limited edition Phish Food shirt we made in partnership with WaterWheel.
16. Wingsuit- 7/12
For the first time since the song’s debut, Phish really pushed up to the edge. Trey’s soaring guitar led this 9+ minute version, the longest Wingsuit to date.
What was your favorite part of the weekend? Tweet us @benandjerrys!