Photo by Rene Huemer

For this week’s installment of their Dinner And A Movie broadcast series, Phish will stream their July 14, 2019 show at Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, Wisc.. The show was part of the band’s 2019 Summer Tour.

The featured recipe this week is Thai coconut yellow curry, with a side of blistered Shishito peppers. It was chosen by drummer Jon Fishman and was created by Phish’s touring chef Jim Hamilton. See the full recipe below.

According to the band’s post: “This week’s beneficiary is Waterkeeper Alliance. You can donate any time at Waterkeeper Alliance strengthens and grows a global network of grassroots leaders protecting everyone’s right to clean water. They are the largest and fastest-growing nonprofit solely focused on clean water. Their goal is drinkable, fishable, swimmable water everywhere. For more information, visit”

The featured show itself contained many highlights; the first set was chock full of bustouts, including the first “Olivia’s Pool” since 1997. Meanwhile, in the second set, Phish performed one of the longest jams in their history during “Ruby Waves,” which clocked in at 38 minutes and 8 seconds.

Check out the full recipe and full setlist from the show below!

The next Dinner And A Movie features the band’s July 14, 2019 show from Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, WI….

Posted by Phish on Friday, July 10, 2020

July 14, 2019
Alpine Valley Music Theatre – East Troy, WI

Set I: The Landlady, Olivia’s Pool, The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday, Meatstick, Vultures, Spock’s Brain, Pebbles and Marbles, Glide, About to Run, Strange Design, Timber (Jerry The Mule), I Didn’t Know, Good Times Bad Times

Set II:  Mercury > Ruby Waves > Twist > Swept Away > Steep > Death Don’t Hurt Very Long, Icculus, Buffalo Bill, You Enjoy Myself > Catapult > Contact > You Enjoy Myself

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