The band will kick off a 12-date Fall tour that will take them to seven cities in the west beginning October 17.
Order this official Colorado event tee now featuring art by Jim Pollock from Phish’s trio of Labor Day weekend shows from Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.
After a summer tour supporting their June 1995 live release “A Live One” (double CD recorded live, the Clifford Ball, 1994) and their second appearance on network television’s Late Show With David Letterman, Phish went back on the road. The fall tour began on the west coast with mail order tickets available for both tapers’
Trey Anastasio will premiere Petrichor, an ambitious new piece for guitar and orchestra, on his three-city orchestral West Coast run this fall. Petrichor will have its world premiere on September 9 at Portland’s Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, where Anastasio will be joined by the Oregon Symphony. He will perform with the Seattle Symphony at Benaroya Hall
On September 16th, Phish will release A Picture Of Nectar, the band’s third full-length studio album, as a Limited Edition Deluxe 2-LP vinyl set at Phish Dry Goods and stores across the country [UPDATE: we are sold out at Dry Goods!]. The LE Deluxe 2-LP vinyl set is limited to 7,500 individually numbered copies. This
Fuego, Phish’s twelfth studio album (and first in five years) is in stock now and shipping at Phish Dry Goods and in stores now. Fuego is available on CD and as a 2-LP vinyl set on 180g vinyl: http://bit.ly/RlUh7e
The band will kick off a 12-date Fall tour that will take them to seven cities in the west beginning October 17 with its first-ever show at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, OR. Phish will play two consecutive nights at Santa Barbara Bowl (October 21 & 22), a venue Phish first played as openers for
Trey Anastasio Band will tape an episode of public television’s “Front and Center” series on Sunday August 17th. The show will be taped in front of a live audience at New York City’s Brooklyn Bowl. A limited number of tickets for this two set show will go on sale to the public on Friday, August
There’s a reason Phish’s Summer trek only takes the band as far west as Commerce City, CO (where Phish will wrap things up with a trio of Labor Day weekend shows). The band will kick off a 12-date Fall tour that will take them to seven cities in the west beginning October 17 with its