After the gigantic run, dubbed “The Baker’s Dozen,” the iconic Phish will have performed 52 times at the Madison Square Garden since December 1994. Merely a handful of artist – including Billy Joel, Elton John and the Grateful Dead – have played the venue more than 50 times.
“Baker’s Dozen” tickets will be available for individual nights and as one 13-show package (at the cost of 12). In keeping with the group’s recent MSG shows, all floor tickets will soon be honored as General Admission.
The group performed a series of four shows at Madison Square Garden to close 2016 out.
Last year, the band released their acclaimed 13th studio album, Big Boat, created by Bob Ezrin. Guitarist Trey Anastasio told Rolling Stone that the veteran producer pushed the group out of their “democratic” comfort zone. “Everyone is so conscious of each other’s feelings,” he said. “Bob would say, ‘I know you’re trying to even-steven here, but I would like to suggest that this song isn’t up to snuff,'” says Anastasio. “It kind of took the pressure off.”
Anastasio will launch a solo tour April 14th in Port Chester, New York, although this fall, Phish will not tour.
Phish Summer Tour – Click Here For Tickets
July 14 – Chicago, IL @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
July 15 – Chicago, IL @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
July 16 – Chicago, IL @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
July 18 – Dayton, OH @ Nutter Center
July 19 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Petersen Events Center
“The Baker’s Dozen” Tour Dates @ Madison Square Garden
Friday, July 21st
Saturday, July 22nd
Sunday, July 23rd
Tuesday, July 25th
Wednesday, July 26th
Friday, July 28th
Saturday, July 29th
Sunday, July 30th
Tuesday, August 1st
Wednesday, August 2
Friday, August 4th
Saturday, August 5th
Sunday, August 6th