The Albany Police Department has issued a road closure advisory for the Phish concert scheduled to take place on Friday.The shows, on Friday and Saturday are expected to attract large crowds.
The following restrictions will be in place for the concerts:
- S. Pearl Street between Beaver Street and Hudson Avenue will be closed to all traffic on Friday November 27, 2009 at Noon and will remain closed until November 29, 2009 at 3AM.
- Green Street between Hudson Avenue and Hamilton Street will be closed to all traffic from Friday November 27, 2009 at Noon until November 29, 2009 at Noon.
Each night at the completion of the show, the large event egress plan will be put into effect. S. Pearl Street between Beaver Street and State Street will become a one way northbound. Traffic will be directed to split into two northbound lanes to State Street. At State Street traffic will be directed to turn eastbound from S. Pearl Street to Broadway. At Broadway the left lane will be directed to turn left and can proceed north on Broadway from State Street to I787 or points north. The right lane will be directed to turn right and can proceed south on Broadway. These motorists can either continue south to Madison Avenue to access I787 southbound or can turn east at Broadway/Water Street to access Quay Street for I787 northbound.
Parking will be restricted on the following streets from November 27, 2009 at 8AM until November 29, 2009 at noon.
- S. Pearl Street, west side from State Street to Beaver Street
- S. Pearl Street, east side from Market Street to Beaver Street
- Hudson Avenue, north side from Broadway to S. Pearl Street
- Green Street, both sides from Hudson Avenue to Madison Avenue
Friday, November 27, 2009
Wednesday, 11/27/1996 Key Arena, Seattle, WA
Set 1: Julius > My Friend, My Friend, Ya Mar, Chalk Dust Torture, The Sloth, Uncle Pen, Free > Theme From the Bottom, Bold As Love
Set 2: Down with Disease -> Jesus Just Left Chicago, Scent of a Mule, Tweezer -> Sweet Emotion Jam -> Down with Disease, The Star Spangled Banner, Fire
Encore: Waste, Tweezer Reprise
Notes: The Mule Duel included Brady Bunch theme scats from Trey and some vacuum action from Fishman. Fire and Bold As Love were dedicated to Jimi Hendrix on his birthday. The Disease and Tweezer combo has led some fans to refer to this as the “Diseezer.” The Disease Reprise contained a Can’t You Hear Me Knocking ending.
This show was part of the "1996 Fall Tour."
History will not look kindly on the show Phish played at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia last night. The band threw down one of the best, if not the best, show since they reunited on Tuesday night featuring a dream setlist filled with blockbusters. We all knew what would happen the next night – a standard Phish show. And that’s indeed what happened, but there’s absolutely nothing wrong with a standard Phish show.
Phish returned to Trey Anastasio’s former stomping grounds last night for a performance at Philadelphia’s Wachovia Center. The guitarist, who grew up attending hockey games across the parking lot at the recently decommissioned Spectrum, took the stage wearing a Flyers jersey and offered fans one of Phish’s more classic-sounding sets since reuniting this past March.
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