Phish will once again celebrate New Year’s Eve with a four-night run at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, set for Thursday, December 28th through Sunday, December 31st. The four shows will bring the band’s total performances at the world famous arena to a remarkable 56 in the years since their MSG debut in December 1994.
An online ticket request period is now underway at tickets.phish.com, ending Monday October 2nd at 10am ET. Travel packages will go on sale this Friday September 22nd at 12 noon ET with proceeds to benefit The WaterWheel Foundation. Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, October 6th at 12 noon ET. As with Phish’s recent MSG runs, all floor tickets will be General Admission.
Tickets can also be purchased online at www.ticketmaster.com or charge by phone at 866-858-0008. Any remaining tickets may be purchased at the Madison Square Garden box office beginning Saturday, October 7th (Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 6 pm).
This summer, Phish performed The Baker’s Dozen, a milestone 13-show run at Madison Square Garden held over 17 nights this summer. Phish performed 26 unique sets featuring a grand total of 237 songs with not one repeated during the three-week run. The Baker’s Dozen – available now on CD or high quality download exclusively at livephish.com – The Baker’s Dozen earned accolades from a wide array of national publications. “What I saw,” wrote The New York Times‘ Ben Ratliff, “was a purposeful band in energetic form, better than I’ve seen and heard recently, more willing to let songs assume their own proportions, and going far into its own catalog.” Rolling Stone singled out myriad magical moments from “All 13 Blissful Nights,” noting “The Baker’s Dozen was one of most ambitious seasons of Phish in years: three weeks’ worth of twist-filled musical episodes for an engaged fanbase and onlookers wondering if it’s too late to get in on the joke.” “The Baker’s Dozen has proven to be one of Phish’s most elaborate and amusing experiments ever,” enthused Esquire. “It’s the band in Peak Wonka Mode, and it couldn’t be more fun-which just so happens to be the group’s reason for being.” “The Baker’s Dozen isn’t the first time Phish has defied logic,” noted The Huffington Post. “It’ll keep fans guessing how this veteran band – or anyone – can possibly top it.”
Phish recently wrapped summer 2017 tour with their annual trio of sold out Labor Day shows at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, CO.
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