Average Ticket Prices
Rain - A Tribute To The Beatles $52.00      Napalm Death $24.63      Steve Miller Band $59.16      Blue October $28.25      Rob Thomas $39.80      The 1975 $38.66      Il Divo $71.39      Escondido $11.33      Morgan Heritage $28.65      Band Of Horses $39.16      Rodney Carrington $44.12      Penny and Sparrow $15.23      Madeon $36.11      Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band $125.26      Bryan Adams $45.79      Junior Brown $25.51      Chicago $66.95      Chris Isaak $53.82      Tegan And Sara $36.45      The Octonauts $33.52      Jon Bellion $22.25      Rebelution $29.10      Wild Belle $16.41      Vince Gill $62.34      Switchfoot $31.90      Darlingside $18.78      Andy McKee $26.07      Sister Sparrow And The Dirty Birds $18.89      Kacey Musgraves $33.82      "Winter Jam" $14.43      Joe Satriani $58.09      Carrie Underwood $68.89      Ne-Hi $13.18      Death Cab For Cutie $36.85      Adia Victoria $9.88      Tedeschi Trucks Band $52.68      Fifth Harmony $40.32      Coheed And Cambria $31.10      Matt Nathanson $35.32      Adele $111.58      Josh Groban $67.82      "Vans Warped Tour" $34.61      Black Tiger Sex Machine $18.60      Melanie Martinez $31.37      Keb' Mo' $49.85      Yellowcard $28.07      Hippie Sabotage $17.56      "Positive Hits Tour" $23.13      Muuy Biien $8.27      Arbor Labor Union $9.45      
See all average ticket prices

Phish Summer Tour

11:01 AM Wednesday 2/29/12 | |

Jon Fishman is prepping for Phish’s summer tour by making sure he looks good in his signature muumuu dress. The drummer’s secret training includes running, lifting weights, drinking green smoothies, hitting the tanning bed and getting a facial.

  • Phish

    Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Calif.
    August 12, 2011

    (Jason Moore)

    | 

The tour features several two-night and three-nights stands along the East Coast as well as the Midwest/Great Lakes regions.

Phish starts its 2012 excursion with two nights in Worcester, Mass., at the DCU Center June 7-8, followed by three nights at Atlantic City’s Bader Field June 15-17.

Next the rockers will jam in Portsmouth, Va., at the Ntelos Wireless Pavilion June 19-20. The schedule also includes a few one-off shows in Cincinnati (June 22); Burgettstown, Pa. (June 23) and Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (June 24).

Additional stops are scheduled in Noblesville, Ind. (June 28-29); East Troy, Wis., (June 30-July 1); Wantagh, N.Y. (June 3-4) and Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (June 6-8).

An online ticket request period for the tour is ongoing now via Phish’s secure online ticketing system. Fans can request up to four tickets per show and may request tickets to more than one show, but the entire ticket request for all shows must be placed at one time.

The request period ends March 12 at 11:50 a.m. EDT. All requests are treated equally in the system, regardless of the time they are placed during the 12-day request period. Fans will be notified of their order status prior to the public on-sale date. If your ticket request can be fulfilled, your credit card will be charged at that time.

Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning March 16.

For more information, click here for Phish’s website.


Comments



Artists Mentioned in this article