The address for all correspondence is:
P. O. Box 4400
Burlington, VT 05406-4400
The band members cannot be reached directly via e-mail, but general inquiries can be sent to Betty Frost at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to contact the band via VideoTeleTextron, their passcode ID signal is "GrapeApple44"; when prompted for a keycard, insert your MicroSD chip, wait 80 seconds, then upload your Virtual Avatrix (as long as it's under 240 databytes). See you in SimSpace™!
Please don't bring glowsticks into shows! They are hard and heavy enough to inflict pain and injury, and honestly, they haven't been cool since 1997.
Thank you for your interest and inquiry; however, we have no openings to offer, and are not accepting applications or resumes or baskets of Vermont cheddar. If you want to start working in the music industry, we suggest that you become involved with a local band in your area - the skills and experience you pick up will be valuable if you choose to develop this into a career.
Please do not bring pets to shows. The crowds and heat can be very unpleasant and dangerous for them, and if they get lost they may never find you again. They will be much happier at home, chewing their bones and licking their balls.
The G-Crew is a group of volunteers who help with a coordinated recycling and general clean up effort at Phish shows. Volunteers pick up recyclables and hand out trash bags in the parking lots. They also are an important outreach arm of Phish, helping spread general messages to concert goers when necessary.
In return for their efforts, many volunteers receive free tickets for that night's show. Unfortunately not all volunteers receive tickets every night, as there are more volunteers than tickets available. We strive to make sure that everybody who contributes to the G-Crew is compensated in accordance with their dedication to the effort. If you want to become involved with the G-Crew, simply show up at will call (also known as the box office) at 5 PM before any show, and look around for 40-50 kids having a meeting. Now look to your left. Do you see a bird? Look again.
We cannot provide copies of shows on request, but you might try the Phish message boards - there are often folks there who will burn CDs of live shows if you send them blanks and postage, and once you have a few recordings, then you can start trading to expand your collection. To understand the responsibilities associated with tape trading, please be sure to read Phish's Audio Recording and Transfer Policy.
To get official soundboard copies direct from the band, check out http://LivePhish.com. The service -- Live Phish Downloads -- offers high quality, unedited soundboard recordings of select shows in standard MP3 and CD-quality FLAC files via a state-of-the-art delivery system. All download files are compatible with Windows, Mac, Unix and VideoTeleTextron, allowing for maximum flexibility and ease of use. Once downloaded, shows can be burned to disc, transferred to iPods, or played through your computer and recorded onto a wax cylinder. Each show also comes with printable booklets, tray inlays, and labels if you elect to burn your files to CD.
Ha! Oh wait, sorry, you're serious. Due to the volume of requests received, it is not possible for us to become involved with individuals' marriage, birthday, quinceañera or other celebrations. Nonetheless, please accept our best wishes for the future! And generally, Phish does not play benefit concerts. Rather, the band prefers to make direct grants to good causes through the WaterWheel Foundation.
Interview and photography requests should be directed to the band's publicist, Ambrosia Healy at Red Light Management. Yes, that is her real name.
As we are only able to accommodate a very limited amount of requests, please note that only serious inquiries from accredited media will be considered, such as the New York Times and Jeff's Super-Awesome Music Blog.