Phish live in Phoenix, AZ, Fri, Oct. 22nd 2021

Phish

Fri, Oct. 22nd 2021

Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix, AZ

in Phoenix, AZ

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Ak-Chin Pavilion

2121 N 83RD AVE
PHOENIX, AZ 85035

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Ak-Chin Pavilion Seating Chart

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Parking

For most shows, general parking is included in the price of your ticket. The parking lots typically open 2 hours prior to the stated show time. VIP Parking: $20.00 Per Vehicle Ak-Chin Pavilion is now offering VIP PARKING for all events. VIP Parking is $20 per CAR, and $40 for Buses, Limos and RV's. Enter the VIP Parking Lot from 79th Ave.

ADA Info

Accessible seating is available in Sections 100,201,202,203,204 & 205. The companion seats are bolted down seats. The wheelchair seats are just a space where a wheelchair may be placed. Limited Mobility seating is available in Sections 101,203,205, & 304. These seats are located near an aisle. Sight and Hearing impaired seating is also available.

Additional Info

General Parking will be included in the final purchase price. For Box, Suite and Season Ticket information see below link

About Phish

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.