Phish @ Northerly Island, Chicago, IL 2014 | Photo by Sam Nicholls

Phish has settled in for night two at Northerly Island after an impressive opening performance last night. The band stretched out a cover of TV on the Radio’s “Golden Age” for 17 minutes and later in the set delivered a “Wombat” that surprised just about everyone in attendance and on Couch Tour. The song’s lyrics (cuddly, but muscular) have firmly divided Phish’s fanbase but almost everyone agrees that the Type II jam that came out of it last night was one of the best pieces of music Phish has crafted all summer. What does the band have in store for us tonight? Follow along for setlist updates!

Phish @ FirstMerit Bank Pavilion, Chicago, IL – 7.19.14

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Set I: The Moma Dance, Wolfman’s Brother, Devotion to a Dream, 46 Days, Yarmouth Road, Brian & Robert, Wingsuit, Tube* > Free^ > Roggae, Heavy Things > Run Like An Antelope*

Set II: Carini -> Waves > Fuego# > Twist+ > Light > Twenty Years Later > Harry Hood+ > Cavern

Encore: Grind, Bug, Suzy Greenberg+

– Soundcheck was Sing Monica (via
– * Smoke on the Water teases. During Antelope, Fishman quoted They Might Be Giants’ “Istanbul (Not Constantinople)”
– ^ Wingsuit teases
– # Little Drummer Boy teases by Trey
– + Fuego Teases
– Harry Hood was the improv highlight and was over 16 minutes long.