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The last time the Vermonters played Halloween here, they covered The Velvet Underground's 'Loaded.'

Phish (finally) announces Vegas return: Halloween weekend

July 22nd, 2014

The last time the Vermonters played Halloween here, they covered The Velvet Underground's 'Loaded.'

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