This summer, Phish will do what they do best and play live shows.
The funky, psychedelic jam-band has a sprawling North American tour all over the continent for multi-day concerts in a handful of cities.
In addition to the tour, Phish will also perform four back-to-back shows at Madison Square Garden on April 20-23. The shows will make up for the group’s postponed New Year’s Eve concerts.
Here’s everything to know about how to see Phish live in 2022.
Three-day beach passes start at $305 before fees on StubHub.
The best price we spotted for a single-day pass was for Friday, Aug. 5 for $75 before fees.
All of the above prices listed were found at the time of publication and are subject to fluctuation.
If you’re hoping to attend all four days of Phish’s New York residency on April 20-23, the best price we could find was on SeatGeek for $448 before fees.
Only want to attend a single day? Go on Wednesday, April 20. SeatGeek currently has tickets available for $85 before fees.
General admission passes to see Phish both days at the TD Pavilion at the Mann on July 19-20 begin at $103 before fees.
Out of the two days, tickets for Tuesday, July 19 are slightly cheaper coming out to $54 before fees.
Phish won’t just be playing all over the Northeast.
They’ll kick start their tour into high gear in Orange Beach, Alabama on Memorial Day Weekend with three concerts from May 27-29.
Notable stops on the summer-long trek include South Carolina (May 31-June 1), Massachusetts (July 14-15), New York (July 26-27), Maryland (July 30-31) and finally Colorado (Sept. 1-4) where Phish will close out their tour on Labor Day Weekend.
A complete calendar with all tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets can be found here.
RELATED STORIES ABOUT LIVE EVENTS:
The biggest classic rock concert tours in 2022
What is Vivid Seats? Is it legit? Do they have fees? Here’s everything to know
The biggest music festivals in 2022: Dates, cities, ticket info, lineups announced
Is StubHub legit? Do they have fees? Here’s everything to know
Please subscribe now and support the local journalism YOU rely on and trust.
Matt Levy covers the live entertainment industry, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].