UPDATE: Twiddle and Frendly Productions has shared exclusive pro-shot video of this sit-in! Watch it streaming, below.
When Twiddle told fans that anything could happen at their inaugural Tumble Down Festival, they really weren’t kidding.
On the second and final night of their Burlington, VT event, the band welcomed none other than Phish keyboardist Page McConnell to the stage. McConnell joined keyboardist Ryan Dempsey for some jamming on the Twiddle original tune, “When It Rains, It Poors.” The song also featured some work from pianist Holly Bowling, who helped open things up with a set-opening “Hatti’s Jam” interlude.
The festival also featured sets from Nahko & Medicine For The People, Cabinet and more! You can see the full uTwiddle setlist, which also includes a sit-in from Scotty Zwang of Dopapod during “Lost In The Cold,” below.
Setlist: Twiddle at Tumble Down, Burlington, VA – 7/30/16
Set 1: Subconscious Prelude > Earth Mama, Brick Of Barley, Daydream Farmer, Second Wind, Indigo Trigger > Subconscious Prelude, Best Feeling
Set 2: Hatti’s Jam -> When It Rains, It Poors, Dr. Remidi’s Melodium, Grandpa Fox, Lost In The Cold, Wasabi Eruption -> The Box
Show Notes: This show was a part of the “Festively Plump” 2016 summer tour. This was the second night of the inaugural Tumble Down music festival. Cabinet opened the show followed by Nahko and Medicine For The People right before Twiddle. Holly Bowling played a tweener set.
 “Best Feeling” contained a “Smooth Criminal” (Michael Jackson) jam.
 “Hatti’s Jam” was started by Holly Bowling solo and slowly blended into a full band performance of “When It Rains, It Poors” featuring Holly.
 “When It Rains, It Poors” featured Holly Bowling and Page McConnell (Phish) on keys.
 “Lost In The Cold” featured Scotty Zwang (Dopapod) on drums.
[Photo via Dave DeCrescente]