Longtime progressive rock band Phish is scheduled to ring in the New Year at New York City’s Madison Square Garden with material for three different shows from December 30th to January 1st. The group will headline the DCU Center in Worcester, MA December 27th and 28th before they hit the Big Apple. Their website just recently announced this statement: “Not only will the New York City run include a three-set New Year’s Eve show, but for the first time in Phish History, the band will perform on January 1st.”
Phish is currently looking forward to their string of fall concert dates beginning at the Austin City Limits Festival October 8th. They also plan to make stops in northeastern areas that include Augusta, Utica, Providence, Amherst, Manchester and Atlantic City.
Trey Anastasio announced his desire to produce new material and set up additional shows in the near future. “I’m trying to write songs that work for both (Phish and TAB),” he said in a recent interview with Relix. “Or I’m actually thinking, after this run of Phish shows, of maybe doing a couple of very, very small sort of acoustic shows. And I was just thinking this morning that I’m trying to get songs that work in every context.” Check back for more Phish tour updates right here at Ace!