This past weekend saw Phish mount a three-night run on the Atlantic City Beach in New Jersey. The six sets of music featured bust-outs, setlist shenanigans, and extensive jams to close out the first leg of the band’s summer tour.

All three nights were livestreamed via the band’s LivePhish service, but those weren’t the only cameras rolling this past weekend. Those in attendance would be hard-pressed not to notice the multitude of drones that filled the night sky to catch eye-popping views of the massive beach concerts. Some local news outlets estimated that the Friday show welcomed nearly 38,000 attendees, with crowds stretching for hundreds of yards down the New Jersey shoreline throughout the weekend.

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In new footage posted to YouTube by user Tom Egan, viewers get a before and after look at the Atlantic City Beach during the day and into the night. After the sun goes down on the shore, the full scope of Phish lighting designer Chris Kuroda‘s mastery is in view as his visual displays stretch on into the distance.

Check out drone footage of Phish on the Atlantic City Beach from this past weekend’s run of concerts below. You can also revisit Live For Live Music‘s full coverage of the Friday, Saturday, and Sunday shows.

Phish in Atlantic City 2021 – Drone Footage Before/After

[Video: Tom Egan]