Phish Announce New Year's Eve Run At Madison Square Garden, New Album Release
September 27, 2016 at 1:08 PM (PT)
PHISH has announced plans to once again celebrate NEW YEAR'S EVE with a four-night run at NEW YORK's MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, set for WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28th through SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31st. The four shows will bring the band's total performances at the world famous arena to 40 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 10th at 12n (ET). Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14th at 12n (ET). As with Phish's two prior MSG runs, all floor tickets will be General Admission.
The band's new studio album, "Big Boat," released via the band's own JEMP RECORDS, on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7th.
"Big Boat" is available now for pre-order at the PHISH DRY GOODS OFFICIAL STORE, with all CD and digital pre-orders accompanied by instant downloads of the album's lead track, "Breath and Burning," as well as the just released "Blaze On."
NPR MUSIC's "All Songs Considered" debuted "Breath and Burning" earlier this month.
Recorded in NASHVILLE, NEW YORK and the band's hone state of VERMONT, "Big Boat" features 13 new songs contributed by all four members of the band. Noted TREY ANASTASIO: "There's definitely a point of view to this one. We're old enough to have a healthy respect for mortality." The album was produced by BOB EZRIN, his second collaboration with the band following 2014's "Fuego."