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Phish returned to the Nassau Coliseum (pics, setlist, videos)

Phish are set to do yet another of their four-night New Year’s runs at Madison Square Garden this year, but first they stopped by the NYC-area last night (12/1) for their first Nassau Coliseum show since 2003. They worked in covers of two of the New York bands they’ve been known to cover (Talking Heads and The Velvet Underground), and they also did one of their Ween covers. Pictures are in the gallery above. Setlist and some videos below…

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Phish at Nassau Coliseum – 12/1/19 Setlist (via)
The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday
Avenu Malkanu (Jewish traditional)
The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday
The Wedge
Martian Monster
Timber (Josh White cover)
Cool It Down (The Velvet Underground cover)
Poor Heart
Character Zero

Everything’s Right (Trey Anastasio Band song)
Down With Disease >
Cities (Talking Heads cover)
Ruby Waves (Trey Anastasio song)
Twenty Years Later
Backwards Down The Number Line
Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S.


Roses Are Free (Ween cover)

Roses Are Free
Slave To The Traffic Light

photos by Cory Schwartz

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