Phish will be taking over New York City’s Madison Square Garden for a "Baker’s Dozen" of shows this summer between the dates of July 21 and August 5.
Primary ticketing is being handled exclusively through Ticketmaster, and is close to sold out at the time of this publication with face value tickets ranging from $60 to $80, not including taxes and fees which are in the range of $15-20.
Tickets for Phish can be purchased individually for each night and are currently averaging $325 on the secondary market, according the data provided by TicketIQ. However, many of the dates, including July 21, 22, and 25 are listing tickets starting below the $60 mark. For July 25, the cheapest ticket can be secured for just $45, well below the face value price.
This 13-date stint coincides with the latest release of their 13th studio record, titled Big Boat, which was released back in October 2016. The band was recently down in Mexico’s Riviera Maya in January for a three-night resort concert, after their annual New Year’s Eve run of four shows at The Garden. This has been somewhat of a yearly tradition, but it is unknown whether they will return to close out 2017 after this summer residency.
After the Baker’s Dozen run of dates, Phish will have performed 52 times at Madison Square Garden over their career since December 1994. Now, Phish will be added to the list of artists who have all played the venue over 50 times. Those acts include the Grateful Dead, Elton John, and Billy Joel.
Although Phish has no plans to go out on tour prior to The Baker’s Dozen, the Trey Anastasio Band will be hitting the road for a spring tour beginning on April 14.
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