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Published: 2013/07/24

Phish Confirm Fall Dates

Photo by Bill Kelly

Phish have confirmed a series of fall tour dates. The group’s fall run will kick off with a three-night run at Hampton, VA’s Hampton Coliseum from October 18-20 and come to a close with a three-night Halloween celebration at Atlantic City, NJ’s Boardwalk Hall from October 31-November 2. Along the way, the group will revisit the sites of many historic Phish shows, including Rochester, NY’s Blue Cross Arena (10/22), Glens Falls, NY’s Glens Falls Civic Center (10/23), Worcester, MA’s DCU Center Arena (10/25-26) and Hartford, CT’s XL Center (10/27). They will also make their debut appearance at Reading, PA’s Sovereign Center (10/29). These shows arrive in advance of the Vermont Quartet’s 30th anniversary on December 2.

Phish has not performed at Hampton Coliseum since their 2009 comeback shows, and they have not appeared at the Hartford Civic Center since 1999. As previously reported, Phish’s last stop at Glens Falls Civic Center was the band’s first Halloween Musical Costume show on October 31, 1994 while their last appearance at Rochester, NY’s Blue Cross Arena was in 1999. (Their 1997 show, as documented in the film Bittersweet Motel, featured the live debut of Ween’s “Roses are Free.”) Phish’s last Halloween show took place in Atlantic City on October 31, 2010, during their most recent fall tour.

Phish Tickets by mail is now open. The band’s Rochester, Glens Falls and Hampton shows are entirely GA.

Here’s a look at Phish’s fall dates

October 18-20 Hampton, VA—Hampton Coliseum
October 22 Rochester, NY—Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial
October 23 Glens Falls, NY—Glens Falls Civic Center
October 25-26 Worcester, MA—DCU Center Arena
October 27 Hartford, CT—XL Center
October 29 Reading, PA—Sovereign Center
October 31-November 2 Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ

Comments

There are 3 comments associated with this post

Randy Floyd July 24, 2013, 13:40:24

phish is a quartet from vermont? who knew!

J July 24, 2013, 15:36:36

modern rock jazz quartet from VT!

Ha July 25, 2013, 11:52:12

Haha. But quartet shouldn’t be capitalized. Or is that their new name?

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