Phish Announce Fall Tour

Jam band will embark on a mini-trek of the East Coast starting in Hampton, Virginia on October 18th

July 24, 2013 4:15 PM ET
Phish performs at Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, New York.
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Phish will be on the road again this fall for a string of dates starting with a three-night stint at the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Virginia on October 18th, 19th and 20th, the band announced on their website.

The mini-trek will find the jam band stalwarts heading north through the East Coast, hitting Rochester, New York, Worcester, Massachusetts and a handful of other cities. Phish will wrap up with another three-night stay, this one at the Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall on October 31st, November 1st and 2nd.

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Phish are currently in the midst of an extensive summer trek, their first bout of dates since their annual New Years Eve shows. In a recent interview with PBS NewsHour, frontman Trey Anastasio revealed the band are working on the follow-up to their 2009 studio effort, Joy.

From now through Sunday, August 4th, fans can request tickets, while general sale begins August 8th and will continue through the 10th. Included in the price of each ticket will be an MP3 download of a soundboard recording of that night's show, which can be redeemed shortly after the concert ends. The full list of Phish tour dates is below. 

10/18 Hampton, VA – Hampton Coliseum
10/19 Hampton, VA – Hampton Coliseum
10/20 Hampton, VA – Hampton Coliseum
10/22 Rochester, NY – Blue Cross Arena
10/23 Glens Falls NY – Glens Falls Civic Center
10/25 Worcester, MA – DCU Center
10/26 Worcester, MA – DCU Center
10/27 Hartford, CT – XL Center
10/29 Reading, PA – Sovereign Center
10/31 Atlantic City, NJ – Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
11/01 Atlantic City, NJ – Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
11/02 Atlantic City, NJ – Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall

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