SETLISTS: Phish @ Hampton Coliseum, Night Two & Three

While I was out at Treasure Island Music Festival freezing my butt off listening to Atoms for Peace and then Beck the next night, Phish played their second and third nights at Hampton Coliseum and webcast the shows for those couch touring along at home. While all accounts on night two keep pointing to the “Ghost” that started the second set, last night’s show got most of the praise with a huge “Tweezer,” “Golden Age” and a left-field bust-out of “Takin’ Care of Business” deep in the second set. Plus both nights they brought the antics of night one back and added a few more tricks to keep people guessing where their head is at (electric drill solos, really?); at least one PT’er as already pointed to Van Halen “Poundcake” off For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge as the obvious clue. Woah!

Here’s the setlists from

Phish @ Hampton Coliseum, Night Two (10/19/13)

Set I: Bathtub Gin, The Moma Dance, Tube > Fast Enough for You, The Ballad of Curtis Loew > Ya Mar, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, My Sweet One, Mike’s Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove
Set II: Ghost > Down with Disease[1] > Steam[2] > Prince Caspian[1] > Boogie On Reggae Woman, Theme From the Bottom > The Wedge, Silent in the Morning, Harry Hood
Encore: Quinn the Eskimo

[1] Unfinished.
[2] Trey on drums; Mike playing his fight bell with drumsticks and playing drill on his bass.
Notes: DWD and Caspian were unfinished. Steam featured Trey joining Fish on drums and Mike playing his fight bell with drumsticks and playing drill on his bass. This show was officially webcast via

Phish @ Hampton Coliseum, Night Three (10/20/13)

Set I: Julius, Funky Bitch, Back on the Train, Roses Are Free > Sample in a Jar, Ginseng Sullivan, 46 Days, Divided Sky, Bold As Love
Set II: Paul and Silas > Tweezer[1] > Golden Age > Piper -> Takin’ Care of Business[2] > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Sand > Slave to the Traffic Light
Encore: A Day in the Life > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Mike uses power drill.
[2] Phish debut.
Notes: Back on the Train contained a San-Ho-Zay tease. Mike used his power drill during the Tweezer jam. This show featured the Phish debut of Takin’ Care of Business. This show was webcast via