Phish at The William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre

Phish Tickets

The William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre | Berkeley, California

The legendary band Phish just announced an initial number of shows for the spring of 2023! The jam band from Vermont is set to perform a string of dates in three cities, including a three-night run in Berkeley, California! On Wednesday, 19th April 2023, Phish will perform their third night at the Greek Theatre Berkeley! This much-anticipated show will deliver all the hits and showcase the band’s famed improvisations, extended jams, and crafty segues! If you missed Phish’s massive tour last year or simply want to see they live again, hurry and score your tickets now!

Phish at Greek Theatre Berkeley

The highly-regarded and influential progressive band Phish has taken over the jam band world with its quintessential hits and improvisations. The band rose to prominence in the late ‘80s with the release of their debut album, Junta. The self-released effort may not have hit the charts upon its release in 1989, the album was reissued in 2012 and later earned platinum status in the U.S. after selling more than one million copies.

In 1993, the band entered the charts for the first time with the release of their fourth studio album, Rift. The gold-certified album, which spawned singles “Fast Enough For You” and “The Wedge,” entered the Billboard 200 and peaked at number 51. The album had a rock opera concept, making it the band’s second release to have such a centralized theme.

Three years later, Phish released one of their highest-charting album, Billy Breathes. The 1996 effort peaked at number 7 on the Billboard 200, while the single “Free” reached number 11 on the Mainstream Rock chart. The album’s title and the title track were named after the daughter of band co-founder and guitarist Trey Anastasio. Critics have described the record as a “gem.”

Catch Phish perform their highly-acclaimed hits at the Greek Theatre Berkeley on Wednesday, 19th April 2023! Tickets are now up for grabs!

Phish at Greek Theatre Berkeley

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