Watkins Glen, NY
Setlist via phish.net
Set 1:Â Possum,Â Peaches en Regalia,Â The Moma Dance,Â Torn and Frayed >Â NICU >Â Bathtub Gin,Â Life on Mars?,Â My Friend, My Friend,Â Wolfman’s Brother,Â Roses Are Free >Â Funky Bitch,Â Quinn the Eskimo
Encore:Â Show of Life
 Third Stone from the Sun teases
Set 1:Â Tube,Â Kill Devil Falls >Â Ocelot,Â Lawn Boy,Â The Divided Sky,Â Boogie On Reggae Woman >Camel Walk,Â Cities >Â Poor Heart >Â 46 Days >Â Suskind Hotel,Â When the Circus Comes,Â Timber (Jerry) >Â Back on the Train >Â Suzy Greenberg,Â Monkey Man
Set 2:Â Runaway Jim >Â McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters,Â Axilla >Â Birds of a Feather,Â Stash,Sample in a Jar,Â Heavy Things >Â Horn >Â It’s Ice >Â The Mango Song >Â Rift >Â Scents and Subtle Sounds >Â Run Like an Antelope
Set 3:Â Golden Age >Â Prince Caspian >Â Piper >Â Tweezer >Â Julius >Â Backwards Down the Number Line >Â Twist >Â Also Sprach Zarathustra >Â Harry Hood >Â Cavern >Â Golgi Apparatus >Â A Day in the Life
 Phish debut.
 Introductions of Runaway Jim 5K winners.
 Scents and Subtle Sounds teases from Mike.
Notes: This was the second of the three-showÂ SuperBall IX festival. This gig featured the Phish debuts of Suskind Hotel and Monkey Man. Runaway Jim included introductions and trophy awards for the winners of the Runaway Jim 5K road race held earlier in the day. The firstÂ Secret Language of 3.0 was aÂ Simpsons Signal after BOAF. Tweezer contained Scents and Subtle Sounds teases from Mike.
Set 1:Â Soul Shakedown Party,Â AC/DC Bag >Â The Curtain >Â Colonel Forbin’s Ascent >Â Fly Famous Mockingbird,Â Destiny Unbound >Â Big Black Furry Creature from Mars >Â Wilson >Â Mound,Â A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing,Â Time Loves a Hero,Â Reba ->Â David Bowie
Set 2:Â Big Balls >Â Down with Disease ->Â No Quarter >Â Party Time,Â Ghost >Â Gotta Jibboo >Â Light,Waves >Â What’s the Use?,Â Meatstick >Â Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan,Â The Star Spangled Banner
Encore:Â First Tube
 Theme from Leave it to Beaver tease from Mike.
 Dave’s Energy Guide tease.
 Phish debut
 Japanese lyrics.
Notes: This show was the third of the three-show Super Ball IX festival. The Curtain was played for the first time since September 9, 2000 (202 shows). The narration preceding Mockingbird, (the first since September 30, 2000 (188 shows)), referenced the previous night’s fourth setÂ Storage Jam and explained that all of SBIX was merely a mental projection of a reality that the band created in 1988 on their way to Colorado. Mike teased the theme fromÂ Leave it to Beaver during BBFCFM. Reba contained Dave’s Energy Guide teases. The setbreak featured All-American themed music. This show featured the Phish debut of Big Balls. Disease was unfinished. Meatstick included Japanese lyrics. Before the encore, Trey thanked each of the crew, management and artists who helped make Super Ball IX happen. First Tube was followed by fireworks.