Phish Postpone Toronto Show
Phish have postponed tonight’s performance at Toronto’s Molson Canadian Amphitheare due to power outages in the city stemming from recent severe downpours. The Vermont Quartet will now play Toronto on July 22. It will be the band’s first international appearance in 13 years.
A note from the band reads:
Due to insurmountable transportation and public safety issues resulting from the power outage in Toronto after severe downpours in the city, Phish’s performance tonight at Molson Canadian Amphitheare has been postponed. The show has been moved to Monday, July 22. All tickets will be honored at the new date. Refunds are available at point of purchase for fans who cannot attend. Phish has been greatly looking forward to their first Toronto appearance in nearly 13 years. Everyone involved worked tirelessly throughout the day and exhausted all options, but ultimately, public safety had to come first. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Phish has only cancelled one show since they started touring nationally, a Baltimore, MD appearance on July 19, 1993. That show was cancelled due to lack of ticket sales.