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Pittsburgh one of 5 stops on Phish’s summer tour


The summer tour for the iconic jam band Phish includes 13 shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden, three in Chicago, three just outside Denver and one show each in Pittsburgh and Dayton. That’s pretty exclusive company.

The band will perform July 19 at Petersen Events Center in Oakland, according to It last came to the Pittsburgh area in 2012 for a show at First Niagara Pavilion (now KeyBank Pavilion) in Burgettstown. Band leader Trey Anastasio brought his solo project to Pittsburgh’s Stage AE in 2014. Although it’s been a long time between visits, Phish must have found something they like about the city.

Phish is planning to release a new studio album, “Big Boat,” on Oct. 7.

No other details were available on when tickets will go on sale and how much they will cost.

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