Night #1 (Coconut 🌴)
Night #2 (Strawberry 🍓)
Night #3 (Red Velvet 🎂)
Night #4 (Jam Filled 🍇)
Night #5 (Powdered 🏙)
Night #6 (Double Chocolate 💩)
Night #7 (Cinnamon 🍩)
Night #8 (Jimmies 🌈)
Night #9 (Maple 🍁)
Night #10 (Holes 🕳)
Night #11 (Lemon 🍋)
Night #12 (Boston Cream 🍩)
Night #13 (Glazed 💕)

Phish just finished up their third night of The Baker’s Dozen run at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
As you’ll see below, the band kicked off the show with their debut of The Velvet Underground’s “Sunday Morning”, which somehow featured Fishman as the lead vocalist while he was dressed at The Pope. Trey was behind the drum kit. Quite the show opener, watch it below…

The second set featured a solid “Wolfman’s Brother” jam which made its way into “Twist”. The spacey transition from “Waves > Miss You” was also particularly interesting. Check out the full setlist below and get ready for NIGHT FOUR …. JAM FILLED! GAH!

⭕️BAKER’S DOZEN NIGHT THREE🍩
🍩MADISON SQUARE GARDEN⭕️
SETLIST NIGHT THREE (7.23.17)

SET I: Sunday Morning*, Axilla I, Your Pet Cat, Back on the Train# > How Many People Are You?, Glide, Theme From the Bottom > It’s Ice > More
SET II: AC/DC Bag > Wolfman’s Brother > Twist > Waves > Miss You, Boogie On Reggae Woman > Wading in the Velvet Sea
ENCORE: Sweet Jane

Notes:
*The Velvet Underground cover, sung by Fish who was dressed as The Pope (Trey on drums)
# – Streets of Cairo tease

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