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Showcase Buy Now. Cumberland County Civic Center. CoreStates Spectrum. Olympic Center Ice Rink. Worcester's Centrum Centre. Madison Square Garden. WantaghUnited States. AmherstUnited States. WorcesterUnited States. New York CityUnited States. Great Western Forum. Shepherd's Bush Empire. Wolf Mountain Amphitheatre. Alpine Valley Music Theatre.
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Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheatre. Blockbuster Desert Sky Pavilion. Ventura County Fairgrounds. The Gorge Amphitheatre. Riverport Amphitheatre.
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Known as the "Baker's Dozen", the shows ran from 21 July through 6 August. Partnering with Philadelphia's independent Federal Donuts, the band created a different theme for each night's show, based on the various flavors of donuts, and those who got in the door early were treated to a sample of that night's flavor. Each night's setlist would tie in to the flavor somewhat, with both existing and newly learned songs making appearances for example, the band performed Shuggie Otis' "Strawberry Letter 23" on "strawberry" night.
Many of the shows would begin with a cover song performed a cappella, and it became a guessing game as to what songs may appear in a given night. Another feature of the Baker's Dozen was that, over the course of thirteen shows, Slave To The Traffic Light - Phish - Hampton/Winston-Salem 97 (CD did not repeat a single song, performing unique songs over the course of 26 sets of music, and they performed without any special guests.
For their efforts, and because of the sheer number of times Phish has sold out the venue, Madison Square Garden installed a banner that commemorates the Baker's Dozen, which hangs in the arena with the other championship banners.
Once again foregoing the clever setlist game, the shows were heavy on improvisation and the result of a band still riding the momentum of the Baker's Dozen. Phish concluded with a "long-awaited triumphant return" to Madison Square Garden for a four-show run that concluded on New Year's Eve.
The gag this year was based on an aquatic theme, laid out in the song, "Soul Planet" which was debuted that evening. The stage was transformed into a pirate ship, with sails, cannons, and a Phish-themed jolly roger flag. Audience members were given glowing bracelets that made the venue look like the sea. The remainder of the show contained songs that feature nautical themes. Musical costume is a term for the band Phish 's elaborate Halloween concerts that involved the band performing an entire album by another artist  and including it as the second of three sets.
For the and Halloween shows, Phish fans were able to vote via newsletter for their choice in which album was to be played. The band has played a total of fourteen times on Halloween night:,,,and with special audience participation costume contests being a part of the, and shows. Phish Tickets By Mail or PTBM was a service that sold tickets to performances by Phish before their general on-sale date through Ticketmaster and other traditional ticketing outlets. Beginning in the mids, the Phish ticket presale was done through mail order.
For each Phish tour starting with "taper only" tickets for the December New Years Run, and both taper and regular tickets for Summer Tour specific instructions for mail order were listed in the band's newsletter, "Doniac Schvice" and, later, Phish.
There were very specific details that needed to be done, in an effort to deter scalpers and ticket brokers. The ticket orders were then outsourced to a business to fulfill the orders. In the final years of the mail order process, ticket orders were processed by the staff at the Flynn Theatre in Burlington, Vermont. The order in which Slave To The Traffic Light - Phish - Hampton/Winston-Salem 97 (CD requests were fulfilled was random, and no seniority or special treatment was given to any fan.
These tickets were printed in limited amounts on colored paper with foil and some sort of design, and only issued through mail order. Inwhile Phish was on a hiatus, Trey Anastasio booked a tour of amphitheatres and major venues. It was his largest tour, at the time, without Phish.
With Phish's management, Dionysian Productions scaled down during the hiatus, Anastasio and Dionysian used an internet-based ticket presale service run by Musictodaywho has been running a similar service for Dave Matthews Band 's Warehouse Fan Association since Instead of fans filling out postcards, they went to a website, requested shows and put in credit card information. For this tour, the orders were still processed at the Flynn Theatre. When Trey Anastasio went on tour inhe used the Musictoday service again.
However, unlike the tour, the final processing process took place at Musictoday's home base in Charlottesville, Virginia. All ticket presales for Phish and side projects, from that point on, used Musictoday's online service.
As Phish side-project tours have become smaller following Phish's disbandment, most presales have been real-time sales, with a first-come-first-served approach in place of the lotteries employed in Phish's touring heyday. With Phish's return to the stage inthe band is once again using Musictoday's online service.
Shows with special events attached to them tend to run towards the higher end of the spectrum given that they typically have an extra set of music included in the show. Two books, The Pharmer's Almanac and The Phish Companioncontained detailed collections of Phish setlists, the first appearing in six volumes between and and the latter prepared to release a third volume in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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