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Jam rock titans Phish kicked off their annual new years eve four day run at the famed Madison Square Garden in the heart of New York, NY for the first time in three years. This time honored tradition was rescheduled in 2021 and never scheduled in 2020 based on complications from the COVID-19 virus. This year's attendance was also affected by the Southwest Airlines meltdown, as many fans were left stranded and unable to walk though the doors of this legendary building.

Phish will return to Madison Square Garden for four nights from December 28-31, and is offering free live streams of three of CEG Presents’ annual Phish After-Party series shows featuring Eggy, Prince/Bowie, and Dogs in a Pile live from The Cutting Room in New York City.

On New Year’s Eve, Volume will share a re-broadcast of Dopapod’s performance at the recent North Beach Music Festival at 10 PM EST and again at 1:30 AM EST, also free.

Phish has announced their annual New Year’s Eve run at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, set for December 28, 29, 30, and 31. A ticket request period is now underway at and will continue through Monday, October 3 at 12 noon (ET). Entrants will be notified of their ticket status by Wednesday, October 5 at 11:59 pm (ET). Tickets officially go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, October 7 at 12 noon (ET).

Osiris Media has launched the third season of the podcast Undermine, exploring one of the most remarkable feats a band has ever done: Phish's 13 consecutive shows at Madison Square Garden in the summer of 2017. The season features interviews with Scott Bernstein (JamBase), Jesse Jarnow (WFMU, After Midnight), musicologist Dr. Jake Cohen, and more—plus a group of fans lucky enough to catch all 13 shows.

Phish | 2001 | Madison Square Garden | 4/21/22

The jam rock icon Phish triumphantly returned to Madison Square Garden for the first night of a four night stand, rescheduled from December 2021 because of complications with the COVID-19 pandemic. The show kicked off with a bang, including a type II jam in the first song, despite not having played since February 27th, 2022. The band didn't stop there, and brought a mix of old and new songs, each elevating the show in a uniquely exciting way.

Phish has decided to postpone their upcoming Madison Square Garden shows in light of the spread of the Omicron variant in NYC right now.

The Mimi Fishman Foundation just launched a new on-line charity auction.  The auction features official tour posters signed by all four members of the band.  All stops of the 2021 Summer tour are included from Arkansas to Colorado.  The auction is currently live and concludes December 16, 2021.   Posters from the recently completed fall tour will be featured in a future auction.

The Mimi Fishman Foundation is once again hosting a WaterWheel Foundation on-line charity auction. The auction features tickets as well as an CID Entertainment packages for Phish’s 2021 New Years run. The auction is now available for bidding and comes to a conclusion December 6, 2021
The auction can be found at

Phish will return for their fourteenth New Years Run at the storied Madison Square Garden on December 29, 2021 through January 1st, 2022. This is the first time that the band has played at the venue since the December 31st, 2019 New Years show that left guitarist Trey Anastasio stuck in the rafters on a dangling platform after a mechanical failure during their annual New Years gag.

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