Phish Tour News and Updates
12/10/13 - Ring in the New Year with fellow Phisheads! Phish, the perennial jam-band of our time, has added a special string of shows (December 28-31) in NYC to follow up their highly successful summer tour. Phish New York tickets
during their four-night stay at Madison Square Garden
offer an array of choices. The live music legends sure know how to make followers happy, and have opened up the rarely used 400 level seats to get fans in for a backside view: Phish tickets for their first three nights start at $70-$80 for a seat in the upper level, and prices soar from there. The most expensive date is New Years Eve, where tickets run anywhere from $147- $1245.
8/5/13 - Phish has come a long way since playing their first show at a university cafeteria in Vermont 30 years ago. Now one of the most popular live bands in the world, they have several dates scheduled and possibly new music coming before the end of 2013. Frontman Trey Anastasio has confirmed work on a new album that would be the band’s first since Joy in 2009. Fans hope some of the music will be ready in time for the upcoming dates. Those who attend Phish shows also have the ability to download an MP3 of their show for free online, using a code on their ticket.
After playing a full schedule through the month of the July on their summer tour, the band takes a month-long break and concludes the tour with 3 shows in Commerce, Colorado. Average price for the shows at Dicks Sporting Goods Park
are averaging $119. In late October, Phish has 11 east coast dates in Hampton, VA, Rochetser, NY, Worcester, MA, Hartford, CT, Reading, PA, and Atlantic City, NJ. With an average price of $413, the three dates at Boardwalk Hall Arena
in Atlantic City 10/31-11/2 are by far the most expensive. The remaining cities are all averaging less than $200, the least expensive being the Blue Cross Arena
in Rochester at $175.