Set 1: Funky Bitch > Wilson, Limb By Limb, Drowned -> Rock and Roll
Set 2: Birds of a Feather -> Catapult > Heavy Things, Sand, Meatstick > Cities -> Walk Away > Run Like an Antelope > Frankenstein, Wading in the Velvet Sea
Encore: Character Zero
Having spent the previous night contained by New Jersey's(Montcalm County) finest along with a hundred other fans this show has always carried special weight for me. Funky Bitch > Wilson opener was insanely high energy to open the show. Limb by Limb actually develops into a pretty interesting jam outside the normal framework. Drowned -> Rock & Roll highlights the first set. The Drowned jam is fierce out of the gates before morphing into a slow "techno" jam transcending the same feelings of exhaustion, gloominess, and melancholy that I was feeling from my experiences the previous night. The jam eventually transitions itself into Rock and Roll, the jam is short but this song works great as a set closer. The second set features great jamming out of Birds, Catapult bridges into the loosest Heavy Things in Phish history. Sand gets the frat-boy party going with clapping interaction from the audience and Trey on keys nailing down the uber space-shuttle affects. The first Meatstick since Japan tour features the revealing of Japanese lyrics and tons of Trey banter regarding Japan, Meatstick, World Records and the Macarena. Meatstick takes over the show from here, with each song getting a Meatstick tease worked in. The energy remains high throughout Cities -> Walk Away > Run Like an Antelope > Frankenstein and rare set closing Velvet Sea to cools things down after this Jersey thriller. As far as getting busted, pretty lame. Spent the night in a correctional facility where they made me take a cold shower, urine test and wear an orange suit. Was before a judge and out the next morning with a $1200 fine and one year of "out of state" probation. The judge complemented on the melting "steal your face" tie-dye I was wearing. New Jersey continues to fuck me over as it took me ten hours to make it down the turnpike on the way to Merriweather Post this past summer.
On June 28 and 29, 2000, over 70 people were arrested in connection with two concerts by the jamband Phish.  It is believed that the band was not invited back to the venue, as they did not perform there again before the band's breakup in 2004. Phish's guitarist Trey Anastasio, however, did headline shows at PNC several times in the 2000s, most recently in 2006 with "G.R.A.B." (Gordon.Russo.Anastasio.Benevento.) which included former Phish bassist Mike Gordon, as well as Marco Benevento and Joe Russo of the Benevento/Russo Duo.