Phish To Release Amsterdam 8-Disc Box Set On Tuesday, June 16th June 11, 2015 14:21

This Tuesday, June 16, Phish will release Amsterdam, a brand new eight-CD box set featuring three complete shows (February 17, July 1-2) recorded live at Paradiso in the Netherlands in 1997. The shows have been fully mixed and mastered from the band's multitracks.  In 1997 Phish played Paradiso on February 17 and returned to the famed Dutch venue on July 1st and 2nd for the renowned "Back of the Worm" shows.  February 17th marked the debut of "Carini."  The three appearances mark the only time Phish has played Paradiso. 

The new box is in stock now and shipping from Phish Dry Goods. The three shows on the Amsterdam box, the only Phish shows to-date at Paradiso, combine to deliver the full impact of a shared peak experience in an exotic locale seamlessly integrated and sizzling with creative intensity.

(Listen to the infamous 30-minute "Stash" from Paradiso, Amsterdam - 07.02.97)

Anyone who orders Amsterdam from Dry Goods by this Friday will automatically entered to win a special camping package to Phish's upcoming Magnaball festival in August, including Two Glen Close tickets, a 2-person tent and some camping supplies. To browse visit

Want to preview what you're going to get? You can listen to four tracks (Ghost, Maze, Stash and Carini) from the box set now at The release is also available at as a download, including FLAC HD (24 bit / 44.1kHz):

Setlists (via

February 17, 1997 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Set One: Soul Shakedown Party[1], Divided Sky, Wilson > My Soul, Guyute, Timber (Jerry) > Billy Breathes, Llama, Bathtub Gin > Golgi Apparatus

Set Two: The Squirming Coil -> Down with Disease -> Carini[2] -> Taste - > Down with Disease > Suzy Greenberg > Prince Caspian

Encore: Sleeping Monkey > Rocky Top

[1] Phish debut.
[2] Debut.

July 1, 1997 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Set One: Ghost[1], Horn, Ya Mar[1], Limb By Limb -> Ain't Love Funny, Saw It Again[1], Dirt, Reba, Dogs Stole Things

Set Two: Jam[2] -> Timber (Jerry) > Bathtub Gin -> Cities -> Jam[1], Loving Cup > Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: When the Circus Comes

[1] "Worm" banter.
[2] The second set began with a Fish piano solo that evolved into a jam, as the rest of the band eventually joined the stage and Fish moved to his drum kit.

July 2, 1997 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Set One: Mike's Song > Simple -> Maze, Strange Design, Ginseng Sullivan, Vultures, Water in the Sky > Weekapaug Groove

Set Two: Stash -> Llama -> Wormtown Jam[1] -> Wading in the Velvet Sea

Encore: Free

Encore Two: David Bowie

[1] Narration sung to the tune of Swingtown. Trey warned fans about the "killer worms" that inhabit the canals of Amsterdam.