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Dec 28
7:30 PM
Madison Square Garden - New YorkNY
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Madison Square Garden - New YorkNY

Phish Ticket Information

Boasting a perfect pairing of talent and inventiveness, marquee jam band Phish is a must-see live. You’ll be hard-pressed to find two similar shows during a Phish tour, as the blending of audience participation, improvised set lists, unique covers, and plenty of other surprises help to make Phish concerts an experience unlike any other. Enjoy the veteran group on a stage near you during the next can’t-miss run by shopping in the Vivid Seats marketplace for an affordable selection of Phish tickets backed by a 100% Buyer Guarantee for all confirmed orders. While shopping for a Phish concert to attend, personalized customer service also is available daily by phone (866.848.8499) and Live Chat should you require any additional assistance.

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Who Is Phish?

Phish Band Members

Phish was formed in 1983, and its founding members include current members Trey Anastasio (lead vocals and guitar), Mike Gordon (bass), and Jon Fishman (percussion). The fourth and final current Phish member is Page McConnell (keyboards), who became a permanent part of the band in 1985.

Chris Kuroda, who does Phish light designs for concerts, has been dubbed the fifth member of the band.

Phish Tour Details

From its beginnings at the University of Vermont in the early 1980s, Phish has built a strong fan base around its live shows. Phish tours have become legendary over the years, thanks to the group’s ability to change up setlists, and even individual songs, with new live flourishes. The community built around Phish live shows has also helped the band gain a strong following. Phish “phans” are incredibly devoted to the group, and many travel across the country several times a year to catch the latest Phish tour in person.

For a complete and up-to-date list of Phish tour dates, check out the schedule of performances featured at the top of the page.

Phish Tour History

Since 1983, Phish have toured the country and entertained thousands. In 1989, the band played 129 shows, far outpacing any year before or since. The group tends to tour seasonally, with big events taking play on New Year's Eve. Almost 35 years later, the band continues to hit stages across North America for multi-day stints as well as one-off performances. 

Special Phish Concerts

Phish Halloween Shows

Who Has Phish Covered on Halloween?

For Halloween, Phish sometimes puts on what the band calls a “musical costume.” For one set of the night at Halloween concerts, Phish plays a full album by a specific band, which is sometimes voted on by fans. In the past, Phish musical costumes have included The Beatles’ “White Album” (1994), The Who’s “Quadrophenia” (1995), Talking Heads’ “Remain in Light” (1996), The Velvet Underground’s “Loaded” (1998), The Rolling Stones’ “Exile on Main St.” (2009), and Little Feat’s “Waiting for Columbus” (2010).

Phish Festivals

Over the course of the band’s career, there have been just a handful of Phish festivals. These multi-day events have been held at venues all across the country, and sets have been known to go late into the night each day of the festival. The first Phish festival, dubbed The Clifford Ball, took place in 1996. Other notable festivals hosted by this Vermont jam band include 1997’s The Great Went, 1999’s Big Cypress, 2009’s Festival 8, and 2015’s Magnaball.

Read more about the best Phish festival moments on our blog.

Phish Ticket Prices & Tour Schedule Details

How Much Are Phish Tickets?
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Cheapest Phish Tour Tickets
There are always great deals to be found at Vivid Seats. Prices will fluctuate based on many factors such as inventory and demand, so be sure to get your cheap tickets to see Phish live before it’s too late!

Is the Phish Tour Coming to a City Near Me?
In 2017, Phish visited cities like Commerce City (outside Denver), Chicago and Pittsburgh. The band also played a residency at Madison Square Garden on July 21. The residence included 13 shows. Fans could purchase a package for all 13 shows, weekend passes or single-night Phish tickets. 

Phish Setlists and Songs

Phish setlists vary greatly from show to show. If you were to attend every show on one tour, it’s almost guaranteed that you’d hear a different setlist every concert. Some of the most popular Phish songs to hear live include “Bathtub Gin,” “You Enjoy Myself,” “Possum,” “Bouncing Around the Room,” “David Bowie,” and “Chalk Dust Torture.”

See the sample setlists below from earlier Phish shows to get an idea of what the foursome has played at previous concerts.

Sample Phish Setlist

Mexican Cousin
The Curtain With
Sample in a Jar
Yarmouth Road
The Landlady
Army of One
Kill Devil Falls
Bathtub Gin
The Moma Dance
Saw It Again
Down with Disease
Crosseyed and Painless
Phish Concert

Any Phish fan will tell you the best way to really fall in love with the band is to see a live show. At each Phish concert, old songs are brought to life with new jams that keep things fresh. Watch a 2015 performance of “Tweezer” in the video below, and then see when the next Phish concert dates are scheduled at the top of the page.