Phish has announced the details for the sixth edition of the band’s weekly Dinner and a Movie webcast/cooking series. This week’s show will highlight the band’s performance at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV on 10/28/2016. As per its previous weekly editions, the stream will air for free via LivePhish and the band’s Facebook page beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET. You can also tune in below and read along with our official Dinner and a Movie Stream Companion here.

Phish ‘Dinner And A Movie’ Ep. 6 – 10/28/16 – MGM Grand Garden Arena – Full Show

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The accompanying dinner will feature a Mike Gordon-picked selection of vegetarian dishes as they appear on the menu of Philadelphia restaurant Zahav. The restaurant is owned by chef Michael Solomonov, a partner of Federal Donuts which provided the donuts for fans during Phish’s 2017 Baker’s Dozen run at Madison Square Garden.

This week’s Vegas show follows Episode 1 (8/31/12 and Trey & Sue’s “Between Me and My Mouth” veggie chili), Episode 2 (7/27/14 and Mike’s favorite Hen of the Wood mushroom toast), Episode 3 (7/25/17 and Page’s Tuna Sandwich), Episode 4 (8/22/15 and the Fishmans’ three-course meal), and Episode 5 (7/9/19 and the Anastasio family recipe for Eggplant Parmigiana).

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The Dinner and a Movie webcasts have become an eventful weekly highlight for Phish fans during the ongoing quarantines. Fans will also remember back in Episode 2 when the band hopped on a video call during  the set break to announce the release of their new album, Sigma Oasis.

The dinner recipe portion of this week’s broadcast as picked by Gordon offers fans a selection of deliciously healthy culinary courses including 5-Minute Hummus with Quick Tehina Sauce (served with pita, obviously), Spicy Roasted Cauliflower with Tahini, and Slow-Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Garlic Labneh.

For episode 6 the band has chosen Frontline Foods as the non-profit beneficiary for this week’s webcast, as the announcement notes,

Frontline Foods is a grassroots volunteer-based non-profit that raises money to pay local restaurants to prepare meals for the heroes responding to the COVID-19 crisis. 100% of funds raised go directly to restaurants to help keep the food industry afloat in communities. The effort is meant to be a boon to morale and show appreciation to those on the front lines risking their own health.

For more information and this week’s recipe, read the band’s full announcement below.

Tune into LivePhish or the band’s Facebook page on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. ET for a free broadcast of Phish’s performance from MGM Grand Garden Arena 10/28/2016.