After much anticipation, tonight, July 17th, Phish kicks off their 2018 summer tour with the first of two sold-out nights at Stateline, Nevada’s Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys. While these first two shows of Phish’s summer tour will not be streamed for fans unable to make the show, today, the band has announced a number of webcasts across the summer, starting with the group’s upcoming three-night run at The Gorge this weekend.
Most notably, the band is launching a special I Saw It Again summer webcast pass, which will give fans access to stream 16 of the band’s summer shows spanning from July 20th to September 2nd for $249.99 (SD) or $299.99 (HD). The I Saw It Again webcast pass also comes with the option to upgrade and receive a commemorative T-shirt, which is weather forecast-themed.
In addition, Phish has announced a number of single-show streams as well as multi-night run packages, with the first being the option to stream single performances or the entirety of the band’s upcoming run at The Gorge from July 20th through 22nd. Fans will also have access to buy packaged streams for multi-night runs in Los Angeles, Alpharetta, and Merriweather, in addition to a three-night pass for Phish’s highly anticipated August music festival, Curveball, and the annual summer tour closer at Dick’s Sporting Good Park in Broomfield, Colorado.
Phish shows this summer not available to stream, in addition to the tour opening Tahoe shows tonight and tomorrow, include shows at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on July 24th and 25th, Austin’s Austin360 Amphitheater on July 31st, Camden’s BB&T Pavilion on August 7th and 8th, and Raleigh’s Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek on August 10th.
For more information and to purchase upcoming Phish webcasts, head here. As noted in a Facebook post, LivePhish+ subscribers will receive an additional discount on the Season Pass (which was emailed out via LivePhish.com), and folks can purchase LivePhish webcasts after the show if they plan to watch them within a few days after the performance.