Phish will return to New York City’s Madison Square Garden for a four-night New Year’s run in December.
Madison Square Garden has become home for Phish as they ring in the new year. The Vermont jamband will spend Dec. 28 to 31 at the storied arena for what will be their 10th New Year’s Eves show there. The four nights will also bring their total shows at MSG to 39 since they first played the venue back in 1994.
Prices for this year’s run have increased over past years. For the shows on Dec. 28 to 30, tickets are $75 for reserved seating and $80 for general admission floor. For the New Year’s Eve show, reserved seats are $85 with the floor at $90. There is a ticket request period currently underway, ending on Monday, Oct. 10 at noon. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, Oct. 14 at noon.
Phish’s new album, Big Boat, is due to be released on Oct. 7. The album features many songs played over the summer tour, including the first single “Breath and Burning,” as well as fan-favorites “Blaze On” and “No Men in No Man’s Land.”