Encore: Good Times Bad Times
 Ending performed at near double-time.
 Trey omitted a verse.
 "Hendge" lyric from Mike.
 Lyrical change: "Boy, Man, God, IT."
 Phish debut.
Notes: This was the second show of the IT festival. Chalk Dust contained DEG teases from Mike. The ending of Chalk Dust was performed at near double-time. Trey omitted a verse in Wilson. Afterwards, he announced that it was the shortest version ever and dedicated it to Phish archivist Kevin Shapiro. Trey then humorously announced that the band would next play the longest Bittersweet Motel (traditionally one of the shortest songs in the Phish canon) while Page teased "Charge!" The crowd responded with a passionate Fluffhead chant, but Trey responded: Mike says no (prompting laughs from the other band members). Appropriately, Trey launched into Mikes Song but Mike had the last laugh: during the Mikes Song intro, Mike sang his Hendge lyric that had been omitted from Wilson. YEM contained the event-appropriate lyrical change Boy, Man, God, IT, a Frankenstein tease from Mike, and a vocal quote of Daniel Saw the Stone. The band vamped on the theme to Chariots of Fire (a Phish debut) while Trey introduced the top finishers in the Runaway Jim 5K race. During Antelope, Trey thanked the staff, road crew, caterers (part of the reason were playing so well is because we have the best food this tour that weve ever had), and fans. He concluded by encouraging everyone to drive safely and noted tongue-in-cheek that next years IT 2 would have a traffic-free entrance. Antelope also included Under Pressure and Its Ice teases.
This show was part of the "2003 Summer Tour."