Sprocket will help continue the party in New York City after Phish plays Madison Square Garden on Dec. 30. The afterparty takes place at Sprocket’s NYC homebase, the Bitter End.
Sprocket has some fun plans for their afterparty on Dec. 30. The biggest plan is that their drummer, Nate Rosler, makes his return to the stage after several months away for a couple knee surgeries, which is a cause for celebration for the band. Fans can expect to hear some fresh debuts at the show as the band has been working on some new material. Fans can also expect some special tunes to be dusted off and brought back into rotation for the celebration. This will be the final Sprocket show of 2016 as the band will be ringing in the new year at Madison Square Garden with Phish.
The show starts at midnight at the Bitter End in Greenwich Village. Kabina will open the show.