Phish is back on the road
All is not lost for Phish fans who thought their years of touring, camping and scouring the lots were over when Phish played its last show in 2004.
Believe it or not, Phish is back.
Announcing its first tour in five years, Phish is planning a 10-night U.S. tour this summer with a two-night stint in East Troy's Alpine Valley Music Theater.
The two nights at Alpine Valley, June 20 and 21, are the last of a short East Coast and Midwestern tour.
This summer's tour will be preceded by a previously released three night show in March at Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Va. Phish will release "The Clifford Ball," a live recording of their entire 1996 festival in Plattsburgh, N.Y. on March 3.
Tickets for Alpine Valley can currently be requested through Phish's Web site but will go on sale to the general public through Ticketmaster starting Jan. 30.
I can't wait to buy some tickets so I can scalp them to some trust fund hippies.
red_5, look a little harder, all that is already here.
I would imagine there will be a huge influx of high grade weed and 'shrooms in late June for the Milwaukee area. Enjoy Summerfest!
The tires are the things... Bummed is what you are...
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