Phish has announced the details for episode 18 of the band’s weekly Dinner and a Movie webcast/cooking series. Next week’s installment will feature the band’s July 28th, 2017 performance at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY–also known as “Chocolate” night of their historic Baker’s Dozen residency. As per its previous weekly editions, the stream will air for free on the band’s Facebook and YouTube pages exactly three years to the day after it happened this Tuesday (7/28) at 8:30 p.m. ET. Tune in and follow along with our full “Double Chocolate” Stream Companion here.
The 18th episode of Dinner and a Movie follows previous editions of the weekly archive webcast series including October 20th, 2013 at Hampton Coliseum; their July 14th, 2019 performance at Alpine Valley in East Troy, MI; the world premiere of a set two video from Universal Joint in Northampton, MA (5/1/89); the third of three nights at The Greek Theatre in 2010 (8/7/10); the 8/31/12 “F— Your Face” show; the 7/27/14 Merriweather “Tweezerfest”; the 7/25/17’s Baker’s Dozen “Jam-Filled” night; Magnaball night two (8/22/15); last year’s first night at Mohegan Sun (7/19/19); the first night of the band’s 2016 Halloween run in Las Vegas (10/28/16); the final night of 2017’s Mexican destination event (1/15/17); the band’s first of three nights in Alpharetta, GA in 2018 (8/3/18); the out-there 1997 U.S. tour opener featuring a guest appearance by LeRoi Moore of Dave Matthews Band (7/21/97); the improv-heavy second night of their 2018 Madison Square Garden New Year’s run (12/29/18); 2013’s Friday night at The Gorge (7/26/13); the classic 1.0 show from Deer Creek Music Center (6/19/95), and 2015’s night two at The Mann Center (8/12/15).
This week’s episode of Dinner and a Movie will look to raise money for Doctors Without Borders. According to the band’s announcement, the organization provides emergency medical care to millions of people caught in crisis in more than 70 countries around the world.
The accompanying food portion of the evening includes the recipe for Federal Donuts’ Double Chocolate Donut, the very same donut handed out to fans on the night of the 2017 show. Also on the menu is the Fried Chicken sandwich also sold at Federal Donuts. Scroll down to read the band’s announcement for more information on the full recipe instructions and scroll down for a setlist from the 2017 performance.
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Our next installment of Dinner And A Movie features Phish’s July 28, 2017 show from Madison Square Garden in NYC. The full show will play for free on Tuesday at 8:30PM ET at webcast.livephish.com or Phish’s Facebook page. The July 28 show was the “Chocolate” night from Phish’s Baker’s Dozen residency at MSG. And so this week, Trey shares the recipe for @FederalDonuts’ Double Chocolate Donut, the very same donut handed out to fans on the night of the show. In addition, Federal Donuts is also known for their incredible Fried Chicken sandwiches and we’re including the recipe for that as well. All recipes can be found at phish.com/news/daam-ep18 and while they may appear a bit intimidating to the home chef, they’re well worth the effort! (If you’re looking for a vegan alternative to the chicken sandwich, check out the link at Phish.com for a recipe from NYC’s Superiority Burger). This week’s beneficiary is Doctors Without Borders / Medecins Sans Frontiérès (MSF). You can donate anytime at phish.com/waterwheel. DWB provides emergency medical care to millions of people caught in crisis in more than 70 countries around the world. Their teams are responding to the coronavirus emergency on multiple fronts—caring for patients, offering health education and mental health support, and providing training for vital infection control measures in health facilities around the world. 📸 @rene_huemer
Set One: Chocolate Rain, Ass Handed, Free, Weigh > Undermind > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony, The Dogs, Destiny Unbound, Divided Sky, Things People Do, Sand
Set Two: Have Mercy, Chalk Dust Torture, You Sexy Thing > Mercury -> You Sexy Thing > Backwards Down the Number Line > Rock and Roll
Encore: Fee, Space Oddity