Phish Tour Tickets are on sale now! Phish is known as an amazing live band with seeming endlessly jams, as anyone who has snared Phish tickets can testify. Frequently compared to The Grateful Dead for their long improvised jams and ‘60s throwback sound. They even share the honor of having their own Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream flavor, Phish Food, mirroring the Dead’s Cherry Garcia! But anyone with Phish CDs or Phish tickets can tell you they bear a sound all their own that encompasses every kind of music, from Alternative to Zydeco. Now Page McConnell, Trey Anastasio, Mike Gordon, and Jon Fishman are back on the road, and Phish tickets are flying as fast as they can be printed. Razorgator has prime seats for all Phish Concerts. If you’re a phishhead, phiend, phamily member, or just a phan, you’ll find only the freshest tickets for Phish at Razorgator today!
Phish 2015 Summer Tour
8/6/15 - The jam sessions are in full swing as Phish has officially started their summer 2015 tour. Known for being an impressive live band, no two shows are alike, and that fact is cemented by their devout following, which often will travel from city to city with the band without ever getting bored. At a recent concert in Nashville, the band announced that they would return to the music-friendly city to record an album after the tour is over. Before they do that, however, they still have 18 shows left to do! On Friday, Aug. 7, they will be performing at the Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. We have tickets on sale now, but quantities are limited, so you need to act quickly. Prices for lawn seating start at $73.
7/30/15 - Did you catch Phish last night? The legendary rockers played the first of two shows in Texas at the Austin360 Amphitheater on Tuesday. This is the group’s first visit to Texas since 2010. It’s also the first time they’ve played a two-set show in the Lone Star State since 1999. Despite their absence, the guys managed to make up for it by putting on an action-packed performance that included over 25 songs from their lengthy history together. They played several hits including “Party Time,” “Free,” “Halley’s Comet” “Wolfman’s Brother,” and Run Like An Antelope.” If you missed the show last night, you’ll have the chance to see Phish again tonight in Grand Prairie, TX at the Verizon Theatre. Tickets are limited and start at just $34.
7/9/15 - The time is nearly here for fans of the jam band Phish to tour. Fans have been waiting for months, but it is now just a few weeks away. Beginning on July 21st, Phish will be playing two shows in Bend, Oregon, two nights in a row. Then, they will move south and play in Mountain View and Inglewood, California. For the time being, those four shows will be it for the west coast, so if you are excited to see them live, be sure to catch one of those. There are still plenty of tickets for the two California shows, but the Oregon shows are nearly sold out. This is likely your last chance if you were planning on catching Phish in Bend, Oregon.
4/17/15 - While it will still be several months before patient fans have the chance to see iconic jam band Phish perform live, the rockers just released something that will tide them over until July. The guys recently released a brand new archival recording of their show on December 12, 1992 at Toronto’s The Spectrum. It was the group’s only show at the venue and their second-ever performance in Canada. Fans can purchase the archival show footage via the band’s website. If you prefer the real deal, come catch Phish live when they kick off their long awaited summer tour in Bend, OR at the Les Schwab Amphitheater on July 21 and July 22. Tickets are still available to both shows in extremely limited quantities, so act fast!
4/8/15 - Phish fans are all geared up to enjoy a full summer concert schedule. In addition to the band’s 2015 tour, Mike Gordon, the bass player and vocalist for the group, has announced a month-long solo tour that will begin June 5 in Charleston, SC at the Charleston Music Hall. His show is sure to be just as psychedelic, intricate, and full of improvisational jams as your typical Phish concert. He will reunite with the band in late July. There are two scheduled shows at the Les Schwab Ampitheatre in Bend, OR on July 21 and 22. Due to the strong following of this talented group, there are only a very limited number of tickets left, but they are still available at this point. Snag yours today starting at $168.
3/31/15 - The 2015 Phish summer tour is a few just months away, and tickets are already selling like hotcakes! Formed in the early 1980s, Phish has been delighting fans with their eclectic blend of rock, folk, funk, and jazz for decades, and are well-known for the cult-like following their live tours produce. This year’s run of performances kicks off in Oregon on July 21, and will continue for 25 shows in total, concluding in Commerce City, Colorado at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. Phishheads can secure tickets for the July 24 show at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California, with prices on lawn seats starting at $85 each! Don’t miss out on your chance to enjoy one of the most unique live concert experiences in rock music!
2014 Summer Tour
7/31/14 – Phish might be wrapping up their summer trek, but the world’s biggest jam band won’t be away from the road for very long! Phish has announced a 2014 fall tour that starts 10/17 at Matthew Knight Arena and closes 10/31-11/2 with a three-night stint in Las Vegas for their annual Halloween bash. The veteran rockers will again play a classic rock album in its entirety during their annual All Hallows Eve concert series, and the MGM Grand Garden has traditionally been Phish’s arena of choice. Phish tickets are still available for their summer tour, with half a dozen dates left on schedule, concluding with three nights in Commerce City, CO at Dicks Sporting Goods Park (8/29-8/31).
3/25/14 - Phishheads rejoice! Your favorite jam-band will be on tour this summer, kicking things off July 1 in Mansfield and snaking through the US with three nights each in Saratoga Springs (get-in for $70 on April 4), New York City (get-in for $84 on April 12), Chicago (get-in for $66 on April 19) and Commerce City ($78 minimum 8/29-8/30). Additionally, Phish's slot at the New Orleans Jazz Fest is the longest that the music festival has to offer: a three-hour set to close Saturday night on April 26.
Phish 2013 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.