The band kicked things off with “ Mr. Oysterhead.” There was something about the second night, an energy that was palpable, which was apparent on “Oz Is Ever Floating.” Les Claypool addressed the crowd ahead of “The Grand Pecking Order.” “Rubberneck Lions” came next. “Shadow Of A Man” then led into a debut of Cream’s “White Room” with Trey Anastasio adding his own flair on the solo to close out the first frame.
Oysterhead got the second set underway with Trey and Les sitting down for a bit of banter before “Birthday Boys.” “Little Faces” followed ahead of “Polka Dot Rose.” Drummer Stewart Copeland came down from his throne to sing “Wield The Spade” with Trey handling the drum kit. Stew would join him for a little rhythm action with Les holding things down on the bottom end. Then, Claypool took his turn on percussion while Anastasio came out front and center for “Radon Balloon.” A rowdy “Army’s On Ecstasy” that saw the band showing off their musical prowess came next before the set closer “Owner Of The World.”
Oysterhead came back out to raucous applause and did not disappoint with a debut of Primus’ “Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers.” Les then asked Trey about some backstage banter, Trey replied that he had been waiting 30 years to play the Primus number. Another Oysterhead debut of the Phish/Trey Anastasio tune “First Tube” followed ahead of a rollicking “Pseudo Suicide” to bring the evening to a close. Check out video captured by Joe Blake from the show below:
Those Damned Blue Collar Tweekers
Setlist via Phish.net
Set One: Mr. Oysterhead, Oz is Ever Floating, The Grand Pecking Order, Rubberneck Lions, Shadow of a Man > White Room 
Set Two: Birthday Boys, Little Faces, Polka Dot Rose, Wield the Spade, Radon Balloon, Army’s On Ecstasy, Owner of the World
Encore: Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers, First Tube, Pseudo Suicide
 Oysterhead debut.