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550 West Hersheypark Drive
Hershey, PA 17033
GIANT Center Seating Chart
There is a delivery delay till 12/31/20
There is a strict 4 ticket limit per show. Additional orders exceeding the ticket limit may be cancelled without notice. This includes orders associated with the same name, e-mail address, billing address, credit card number, and/or other information. Patrons 2yrs and older require a ticket. Artist(s) subject to change. Due to security enhancements, please arrive at least 45-60 minutes prior to event time. Please only bring essential items with you. Giant Center will only permit bags/backpacks that are 12"x12"x6" or smaller and clear 1-gallon bags. Any bags/backpacks that are larger in size will need to be returned to the owners vehicle or disposed of. No audio/video recording. Tickets can be purchased online up to the start of the event. After this time, if tickets are still available, they can be purchased at the Giant Center Box Office.
Parking: There is ample parking at GIANT Center. Parking fee is charged.
Accessible Seating: This building is fully Accessible and ADA Compliant. There are elevators available to all floors and accessible seating is available throughout GIANT Center. You must contact the Box Office at 717-534-3911 for Accessible seating, as it is NOT available through TIcketmaster.
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Phish was founded in 1983 when freshman Trey Anastasio posted flyers around the University of Vermont Campus, looking for musicians to form a band. (Why didn’t he use Craigslist? Unclear). Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon and Jeff Holdsworth answered the flyer and soon Phish was gigging regularly in the Burlington area. The lineup solidified in 1985, when keyboardist Page McConnell joined the group (and persuaded Anastasio and Fishman to join him at nearby Goddard College) and Holdsworth left soon after. After that, it has been a steady climb from Burlington club band to rodeo-clown backing group to regional touring act to bigger clubs, and eventually theatres and arenas worldwide. The band signed with Elektra Entertainment in late 1991 and has sold more than 8 million albums and DVDs in the United States, including fourteen studio albums and a multitude of live shows. In 2006, the band created their own record label, JEMP Records.