Continuing to cement their status as dedicated road warriors, Phish have unveiled plans for a brief fall tour. The rockers will visit a handful of U.S. cities on the trek, including some they have neglected to play for some time.
It all kicks off November 29 in Providence, Rhode Island with the first of two nights at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. Local fans will surely welcome the band with open arms as they have not performed there since 2010. From there, they’ll head to Uniondale, New York for a show at the Nassau Coliseum. Phish have played the Long Island venue several times throughout their career, however, their last gig there came an astonishing 16 years ago.
They’ll continue their Northeast stretch with a December 4 show in Pittsburgh before closing out the trek with a three-night stint in Charleston December 6-8. Although not officially announced yet, the band is likely to return to the road before the year closes for their annual four-night New Year’s Eve run at Madison Square Garden.
The upcoming tour comes off a busy summer for Trey Anastasio and company. They headlined Bonnaroo in June and followed it up with an extensive summer tour that brought them to a mix of arenas, amphitheaters and even ballparks. Phish’s hectic summer schedule will conclude with their annual three-night engagement at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in the Commerce City, Colorado.
Frontman Anastasio has even more tour dates lined up during the nearly three-month fall hiatus for Phish. He’ll take his solo material to nearly a dozen cities in October, including notable stops at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and New York’s Carnegie Hall.
See the full list of Phish fall tour dates below and find tickets for all shows here.
Phish Tour Dates – Fall 2019
Nov. 29 – Providence, RI – Dunkin’ Donuts Center
Nov. 30 – Providence, RI – Dunkin’ Donuts Center
Dec. 1 – Uniondale, NY – Nassau Coliseum
Dec. 4 – Pittsburgh, PA – Peterson Event Center
Dec. 6 – Charleston, SC – North Charleston Coliseum
Dec. 7 – Charleston, SC – North Charleston Coliseum
Dec. 8 – Charleston, SC – North Charleston Coliseum