Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S. was played at 1.15% of live Phish shows.
It was last played April 22, 2022, which was 1 shows ago.
There have been 96 shows since the live debut.
“Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S.” has been played approximately once every 86.6 shows.
Since its debut, “Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S.” has been played, on average, once every 4.4 shows.
It was played 22 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2018-10-31||MGM Grand||1810||2||We Are Come to Outlive Our Brains||The Final Hurrah||Debut.|
|2018-12-31||MSG||7||3||Auld Lang Syne||Simple|
|2019-02-23||Barceló Maya Beach||3||2||Ghost ->||***|
|2019-06-14||Bonnaroo||3||1||DwD >||Everything's Right|
|2019-06-21||PNC Music Pavilion||4||1||Tweezer >||***|
|2019-06-29||BB&T Pavilion||6||2||Ghost >||***|
|2019-07-05||Fenway Park||4||2||Fuego ->||> Character Zero||(Martian Monster quote)|
|2019-07-13||Alpine Valley||5||e||***||***||(Martian Monster quote)|
|2019-12-01||Nassau Veterans Memorial Col...||5||2||BDTNL >||***|
|2019-12-28||MSG||6||1||Tube >||***||(Martian Monster quote)|
|2020-02-20||Moon Palace||4||1||Beneath a Sea of Stars Part 1 >||***|
|2021-07-28||Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion||4||e||***||***|
|2021-08-06||Ruoff Music Center||6||e||LxL||***|
|2021-08-11||Hersheypark Stadium||4||e||Show of Life >||***|
|2021-08-28||The Gorge||5||1||Boogie On >||***|
|2021-10-20||Matthew Knight Arena||5||e||Wilson >||***|
|2021-10-24||The Forum||3||2||L.A. Woman ->||-> WTU?||Unfinished. (L.A. Woman and Tweezer teases )|
|2022-02-25||Moon Palace||7||1||Halley's ->||-> (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction|
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