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Phish will perform three full sets this New Year’s Eve, LIVE from the Ninth Cube. The show will be performed without an audience and will be webcast for free with a simulcast on Phish Radio on SiriusXM. Phish will take the stage promptly at 8:30PM ET on December 31st.

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 http://www.mimifishman.org/auction/browse/featured

Globe Hall Presents Kings of Prussia (Ultimate Phish Tribute) with Tumbledown Shack (Grateful Dead) on Saturday, December 11 — Kings of Prussia is Colorado’s hottest new Phish Tribute act. Since live music has been returning following the Covid-19 pandemic, Kings of Prussia have been on a meteoric rise.

Marcus Rezak has announced a special ‘Phunk Your Face’ performance at The Miracle Theater in Inglewood, CA, after Phish at The Forum on Sunday, October 24th, 2021. Presented by PR Productions and Spin Cycles Presents, Rezak will be joined by Ike Willis (Frank Zappa), Shira Elias (Turkuaz), Pete Griffin (Steve Vai), Adrian Tramontano (Kung Fu/Marble Eyes), and Eric Blumenfeld (Kinetix). Universal Peoples will open the night with music starting at 10:30 p.m.

On December 30th, The Brooklyn Jam Syndicate and Magic Sky Present a Phish After Party at Bowery Electric featuring Jam of Thrones. Composed of members of New York jamband staples Escaper, Space Bacon, and Dead Wrong, Jam of Thrones honors the music of the Grateful Dead, Phish, and the Disco Biscuits.

Phish on October 15 returned to Sacramento, California, opening the fall tour with two sets of skillfully innovative rock, jazz, and funky songs, instrumental textures, and artistic noodling. The three-plus-hour show found Phish firing on all cylinders, including guitarist Trey Anastasio’s ever-imaginative bag of guitar tricks, Page McConnell’s incredible array of organ and grand piano keyboard flourishes, Mike Gordon’s always-solid substructural bass, and Jon Fishman’s bright, rat-a-tat-tat drumming.

Phish brought extended jams and a catalog of vintage tunes with a peppering of new tracks to the state of the art Chase Center in San Francisco, California last night. This was the first time the Vermont based rock band has performed at the Golden State Warriors' quarters, though they certainly felt at home. The band kicked off their west coast fall tour on Friday night in neighboring Sacramento, Ca.

Acoustic guitar pioneer Leo Kottke and Phish bassist Mike Gordon have announced plans for an eagerly awaited series of live dates. The brief tour – which marks the duo’s first live run together in more than 16 years – begins December 8 at Munhall, PA’s Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall and continues through late December. Ticket pre-sales begin today at select venues; general on-sales for all dates get underway this Friday, October 8.

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