Setlist: Phish @ Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, Denver 9/2/11

Phish just took the stage at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, CO, although storms and an announcement at the venue did indeed delay the start of the show. Now they’re on and the webcast is kicking; in case you’re not following along over at Twitter, they’re opening with a warmup version of “Sample in a Jar…”

Phish @ Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, Denver 9/2/11

Set I: Sample in a Jar, Sparkle, The Sloth, Sweet Virginia, Suskind Hotel, Strange Design, Stash, Sneaking Sally through the Alley > Sparks > Scent of a Mule, Stealing Time from the Faulty Plan, Shine a Light, Split Open and Melt, The Squirming Coil
Set II: Sand > Simple -> Steam > Soul Shakedown Party -> Seven Below > Suzy Greenberg > Scents & Subtle Sounds, Slave to the Traffic Light > Silent in the Morning > Sanity, Sweet Adeline
Encore: Sabotage

Check back more this weekend for roundup coverage from the shows.


  1. […] Last year at the first night of Dick’s in Colorado Phish wowed their audience with the “…, two full sets and an encore featuring songs that start with the letter S only. Once everyone caught on that the band knew what was happening, set two anticipation was through the roof. Won’t it to be obvious to the band that they’re playing a zoo and play up that fact a little bit? The band has never been one to shy away from referencing the surroundings when they play a show and this is definitely the first time the band has played at a Zoo. Cue the obvious mention of “Slave to the Traffic Light” — “See the city, see the zoo, traffic light won’t let me through…” — and we could get that as the opener of the show, which would be the first since like 1988. Or maybe the band will go with an obvious choice to fit the predicted theme of the night and start the show with “Farmhouse” and save “Slave to the Traffic Light” for the encore slot after they run through two other quick and obvious choices. Let’s break it down a bit more… […]

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