Gorge Amphitheatre | Quincy, WA
Phish concerts are by turns playful, intricate, spontaneous, quirky and raw – put simply, there's nothing quite like them! Coming to Gorge Amphitheatre on Sunday 19th July 2020 for the final night of a three night stand, the jam band legends will be pulling out all the stops as they perform their way through a perfectly sculpted setlist of Phish classics, surprises and rarities! As all Phish fans know, these guys have turned improvisation into a true artform and their live renditions of songs transcend their former selves, turning into something completely different via some truly virtuoso musicianship!
More than just a band, Phish is a movement. The Vermont-based group formed in 1983, and its current line-up of "Trey, Page, Mike, and Fish" has been performing together on-and-off for the past three decade. Following in the footseps of bands like the Grateful Dead with a fierce dedication to touring, improvisation-led live shows that are never the same twice, and a passionate and loyal fanbase that will travel thousands of miles to see them, Phish first found fame in the 1990s and has since inspired countless "jam bands" that have since made their names in music. Not only is Phish one of the most popular touring bands in the US, but the group has sold over 8 million albums and DVDs in the United States throughout its career, having released 13 studio albums to date.