Phish Announce 2020 Tour Dates

It’s nearly jam band season!  Not to be left out in the proverbial cold, Phish is ready to pick up their instruments and head out on a new 27-date tour this summer.  The tour will kick off with back-to-back shows in Eugene, OR starting July 14 and concluding Sept. 6 after a trio of shows in Commerce City, CO. They will also stop in Geroge, Stateline, Inglewood, San Francisco, Rogers, Pelham, Atlanta, Nashville, Noblesville, Hershey and Atlantic City.  Before this tour gets underway, frontman Trey Anastasio will be finishing his solo acoustic tour next month.  He will also be putting in a performance with Oysterhead, Les Claypool & Stewart Copeland in April.

Phish will continue to support their latest album, “Big Boat” which was released in October of 2016 via JEMP.  It is their 13th studio album and climbed to #19 on the Billboard 200.  Their previous album, “Fuego” was released in 2014 and peaked at a career-best #7 also on the Billboard 200.  They got their start back in 1983 and have since sold more than 8 million albums and DVDs in the U.S. and received 2 Grammy Award Nominations back in 2001 and they even have a Ben & Jerry’s flavor named after them.  Other band members include Mike Gordon, Jon Fishman and Page McConnell.

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