Set Your Soul Free was played at 1.02% of live Phish shows.
It was last played February 22, 2020, which was 2 shows ago.
There have been 82 shows since the live debut.
“Set Your Soul Free” has been played approximately once every 98 shows.
Since its debut, “Set Your Soul Free” has been played, on average, once every 4.3 shows.
It was played 19 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2018-07-20||The Gorge||1780||1||***||Wolfman's||Phish debut.|
|2018-07-25||Bill Graham Civic Auditorium||4||2||***||> Twist|
|2018-08-08||BB&T Pavilion||8||2||Carini >||Wingsuit|
|2018-10-17||Times Union Center||3||2||***||> BOAF|
|2018-10-23||Ascend Amphitheater||4||2||Everything's Right >||> Circus|
|2018-10-31||MGM Grand||5||3||***||> Tweezer|
|2018-12-28||MSG||4||2||***||> Swept Away|
|2019-02-22||Barceló Maya Beach||5||2||***||> Mercury||(I'm a Man tease)|
|2019-06-12||Chaifetz Arena, Saint Louis ...||3||1||Funky Bitch||Antelope|
|2019-06-22||Merriweather||4||2||Axilla >||> WTU?|
|2019-06-28||BB&T Pavilion||4||1||***||Strawberry Letter 23|
|2019-07-06||Fenway Park||6||1||Possum||> Thread|
|2019-07-12||Alpine Valley||3||1||Turtle in the Clouds||Lawn Boy|
|2019-08-31||Dick's||4||2||46 Days >||> DwD|
|2019-11-29||Dunkin' Donuts Center||2||2||Simple ->||-> Plasma|
|2019-12-28||MSG||8||2||Beneath a Sea of Stars Part 1 >||-> Jibboo||(On Broadway jam)|
|2020-02-22||Moon Palace||6||1||Evening Song||You Sexy Thing|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|2019-12-28||Phish||Gotta Jibboo (Tease & Quote)||Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA|
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