Dopapod @ Gramercy Theatre (2 Nights Post-Phish)
July 28 - July 29$20
It’s April, and Summer is fast approaching. Usually, summertime means outdoor concerts at amphitheaters and festivals. However, in 2017, summertime means Phish’s “Baker’s Dozen” residency, which is slated to hit Madison Square Garden for thirteen shows in sixteen days between July 21st and August 6th. When Phish comes to NYC, phans can also look forward to a variety of post-show concerts intended to keep the party going late into the night. With Phish and their loyal base of fervent music fans in town for more than two weeks, NYC concert organizers are stepping up their games to deliver a full slate of surrounding shows by some of the most incredible bands in the improvisational music scene. With that in mind, Live For Live Music is teaming up with CEG Presents to bring Boston jam quartet Dopapod to New York for two Baker’s Dozen after-parties at the Gramercy Theatre on Friday, July 28th and Saturday, July 29th.
The adventurous quartet has been on a tear this year after band members Eli Winderman, Rob Compa, and Chuck Jones reunited with their original drummer Neal “Fro” Evans to bring their exciting live show to increasingly rabid crowds of fans at venues up and down the northeast. With two nights of post-Phish throw downs lined up in NYC, fans can expect their patented mix of funky originals, impressive jams, and precise musicianship as they descend on the Gramercy Theater during the second weekend of Phish’s run.