Phish made their triumphant return to Madison Square Garden, the band’s home for 13 shows over the summer as part of the Baker’s Dozen tour, for their annual four-night New Year’s Eve run. The result? Nearly 10 hours of live music ranging from classics to covers, bust-outs to bangers, culminating in a “Soul Planet” party aboard the band’s own personal pirate ship.

Our faithful photog Stephanie Port ventured from the warmth of the West Coast to the subzero temps of New York City to catch all the action first-hand. Check out her photo gallery from the 12/28/17 show below, along with the night 1 setlist that includes fan-favorites “Wilson,” “Harry Hood” and a “Slave to the Traffic Light” encore.

While Phish currently have no tour dates scheduled for 2018, bassist Mike Gordon has a run of winter shows slated for February. Trey Anastasio will also take February to perform a small string of solo acoustic dates along the East Coast, before performing with the Trey Anastasio Band in Chicago on April 20 and 21.

Phish New Year’s Eve Photo Gallery

Madison Square Garden | Night 1 | 12/28/17

(All images are courtesy of Stephanie Port. Head to her official website here, or check her out on Instagram.)

Phish 12/28/17 | Night 1 Setlist

Set 1: AC/DC Bag > Wolfman’s Brother, Roggae, Tube > Bouncing Around the Room, Back on the Train, Your Pet Cat > Waking Up Dead > Theme From the Bottom

Set 2: Wilson > No Men In No Man’s Land > Twist > Everything’s Right > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Harry Hood

Encore: The Wedge, Slave to the Traffic Light