Restarting a tradition that was canceled in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Phish will return to New York’s Madison Square Garden this December for their annual New Year’s Eve run of concerts.
The jam band announced Wednesday that they’ll return to “the World’s Most Famous Arena” for four shows — December 29th, 30th, 31st and January 1st — Phish’s first concerts at the Garden since their New Year’s run two years earlier in 2019.
For the New Year’s run, Phish have mandated that all fans over the age of 12 must provide proof of full vaccination; kids under 12 can attend with a negative test result within 48 hours of the gig. “For everyone’s safety, please wear a mask at shows,” the band added. Check out Phish’s site now to enter the ticket request lottery.
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It’s happening: Phish returns to NYC for a four-night run at The Garden beginning on Wednesday, December 29th through Saturday, January 1st.
— Phish (@phish) September 29, 2021
The 2021/2022 performance will mark the 14th New Year’s Eve gig at the Garden for Phish, who have their own banner in the arena’s rafters to mark their Baker’s Dozen run of 13 shows in 2017.
In other Phish news, the Trey Anastasio Band announced Wednesday that Phish drummer Jon Fishman would perform with the group for the remainder of the guitarist’s solo tour after drummer Russ Lawton, “despite extensive precautions (& a fully vaccinated band/crew),” tested positive or Covid-19.