6th Annual Phish Tribute This Saturday at Nietzche’s

It was 25 years ago that the band from Vermont, Phish played the small historic venue in the heart of Buffalo’s Allentown area. It’s crazy to think that they could even play in such a small venue with how big they are today, but it gives many bands the drive to continue playing each and every show because you never know where it could one day lead. According to Kenny, longtime stage and sound tech for the historic Nietzche’s on Allen, Chris Kuroda, world famous lighting designer for the band, blew a fuse in the basement trying to plug in his light rig, and by many accounts there was a line around the block leading up to this show.


Setlist Phish played on that epic night 25 years ago:

4/19/1991

Set 1: Dinner and a Movie>Bouncing Around The Room, Divided Sky, Cavern, The Lizards, Stash, I Didn’t Know, Rocky Top>Mike’s Song>I am Hydrogen>Weekapaug Groove, Sweet Adeline

Set 2: Harry Hood, Fee, The Curtain>Golgi Apparatus, The Landlady>Destiny Unbound, My Sweet One, The Squirming Coil>Take the ‘A’ Train>Run Like An Antelope

Encore: Paul and Silas>Big Black Furry Creature From Mars*

*joke from Fish

#Setlist provided by Phish.net

While many folks have Phish on their minds this weekend as they close out the summer tour in Colorado at Dicks Sporting Goods Park, this will provide a great outlet for those who cant make the trip out.  The Show is led by some of the most talented musicians in western New York. Members of Intrepid Travelers, Funktional Flow, NuShark, Houston Carwell Collective, the Truth and Adam Bronstein’s Phreehand Band join together for four hours of Phish tunes with no repeats. You will not want to miss this event, sponsored by Heading to Hertel and Buffalove Music Festival. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $5, this is a 21 and over event unless accompanied by an Adult. Doors open at 9:00 p.m. with the music set to begin at 10:00 p.m.