Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Phish Announces Colorado Dates To Close Summer Tour

     

As expected, Phish has announced a three-day run at Dick's Sporting Goods Park just outside of Denver, CO. These will be Phish's last shows of the year (outside a possible holiday run), as the band is rumored to be hading into the studio this fall, to begin working on their next album.

via phish.com:
Phish will close their 2011 Summer Tour with three consecutive nights at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, CO over Labor Day weekend (September 2, 3 and 4). Onsite camping will be available in the lush soccer fields adjacent to the stadium. Colorado was the site of Phish's first extended tour outside of the Northeast, and the band has enjoyed a special connection with the community ever since. These additional dates will be the last announced by the band for the Summer and Fall.

An online ticket request period is currently underway for the Dick's Sporting Goods Park shows at http://phish.portals.musictoday.com/ and will conclude at noon ET on Monday, May 23. Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Saturday, June 4, at 10:00 AM MT.

Phish kicks off their 2011 Summer Tour on Memorial Day weekend, with three consecutive nights (May 27, 28 & 29) at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, NY. Stops along the way include Cleveland, Cincinnati, Mansfield, Darien Lake and more, as well as 2-night runs in Holmdel, Columbia and Alpharetta. The band also plays host to Super Ball IX, their own 3-Day Festival over Fourth of July Weekend in Watkins Glen, NY. Phish then hits the West Coast for shows at The Gorge, a sold out night at the Hollywood Bowl and two sold out shows in scenic Lake Tahoe, followed by a stop at Outside Lands in San Francisco and three sold out nights in Chicago.

For complete ticketing info, please visit www.phish.com/tours.

 

Daily Audio: 70 Volt Parade w/ Stewart Copeland "Can't Stand Losing You" 12.7.05 Wiltern Theater ~ Los Angelas, CA

  

Hump Day reggae, 70 Volt Parade Style. With Mr. Stewart Copeland lending a hand on the skins.



 

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