Phrequency, a new program offering communal wellness activities to the jam community, has announced a string of pre-show activities in New York City to help fans prepare for the Phish New Year’s Eve run at Madison Square Garden.

The program, founded by Alexa Alianiello of the New York City emotional fitness company Frequency, aims to provide a pre-show environment that combines music, wellness, fashion, and art among the concert-going community through meditation, yoga, multi-sensory experiences, and art and accessory bazaars from local merchants. Frequency creates immersive experiences using light, sound, vibration, and mindfulness practices using a 360-degree dome at their facility at 242 W 27th St in New York.

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The run of Phrequency events kicks off with the NYE Run Recharge on December 28th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., where participants will experience a variety of immersive events inside the 360-degree audiovisual dome along with snacks and beverages. The Recharge begins with stillness meditation at 11 a.m., followed by “Helping Friendly Yoga” at noon and 1 p.m., then “The [Human] Connection” at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m., which they describe as “a transformative group experience of connection and what it means to be human on this soul planet.” Tickets for the NYE Run Recharge are $25 per event and are available through Eventbrite. Meanwhile, there will also be the Chicdown Pop-Up Bazaar on 12/28 and 12/29 from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m., where attendees can shop for hand-crafted goods from local merchants. The event is free, but registration is required through Eventbrite.

Phrequency’s offerings on December 29th will include a Kaleidoscope Multi-Sensory Experience from noon to 7 p.m. and will be hosted by Jenn Kessler, artist and creator of Phish Chicks. This event will also be held in the dome and will offer participants the opportunity to “experience a harmonious blend of kaleidoscopic visuals inside of a dome, subtle scents, melodic sounds, soft and sparkly textures, and tasty bites.” Tickets for the Kaleidoscope Multi-Sensory Experience are $13 each and are available through Eventbrite.

Alianiello, who has been going to Phish concerts for the past ten years, maintains that there is an intrinsic link between the experience of a Phish concert and the experiences offered at Frequency. “Frequency in its essence is endemic to Phish and the jam community,” she explains. “We use light, sound, and vibration along with rituals to create experiences of connection and transformation for groups of people by combining the healing arts and visual arts.”

Donations from the Chicdown Pop-Up Bazaar and a portion of the proceeds from Phrequency NYE run events will go to support Backline, the organization dedicated to promoting and maintaining mental health awareness within the music community by connecting industry professionals with care providers.

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For those unable to make it to the Phrequency events over the New Year’s run, the entire program—including its trademark dome—is quite mobile. Frequency has operated at SXSW, Miami’s Art BaselBurning Man, and more in the past. While they have no immediate or specific plans for taking the event on the road, Alianello says they are committed to bringing Frequency to the fans in search of a different live music experience, “one centered around connection, consciousness, wellness, and self-expression.”

Learn more about Frequency’s programs and facilities on their website.