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The festival site.

Well i think it's safe to say that the Went was some of the Best Phish has ever played.

Overall, the weekend cannot be summed up overall. Too much happened, all the way from the crazy phone lines to the insane setlists, backed by fireworks and glowsticks and a command from Trey to get more of these, these are cool.

Three glorious days camping side by side next to tens of thousands of people who, though they'd never met before, all shared this strage love for a band that would send them beyond the natural ending of I-95 all the way up to Nowhere, USA to get to an air force base less than thirty minutes from Canada. And what was the final total of people again? I never knew for sure; upwards of 80,000 I think.

However, the numbers, I suppose, are far less important than the tangible fact that finding my owm tent in the dark was more challenging than finding a place to sit in the first ten rows during setbreak. Especially when my landmark tent closed down and went home. And I did feel a certain sense of sympathy towards the poor people who were trying to use the phones during the great went drum circle not 10 feet away...

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The festival site.
The festival site.
Crowd.
Crowd.
Field Art.
Field Art.
Fire Juggler.
Fire Juggler.
Late night set.
Late night set.
festival Art.
festival Art.
Festival Art.
Festival Art.
Phish & Phans communal art tower
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Phish & Phans' communal art tower…
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