Discussion in 'Totally Off-Topic' started by gregkoko, Mar 3, 2014.
Trey Anastasio on the endurance of jam bands and the life of Phish
This was a really great read.
I saw The Phish from Vermont in Camden this past weekend.
Same! Skipped Saturday though. Sunday was pretty, pretty good.
The Curtain With from Camden
Mr Completely from Camden
67 canisters of nitrous oxide found outside Fenway after Phish show
I saw the Nitrous Mafia firsthand in Camden and those people do not mess around.
Yeah, was up there for that show and they were filling balloons right in the open. They were so brazen about it that I figured it was legal
The band has a song thats about nitrous oxide. Obviously the fans are going to do it then.... /s
People are doing drugs at Phish shows? Alert the media!
Article should be “67 EMPTY canisters”
Ruby Waves from Alpine being broadcast live right now.
Its so good, 19:45-23:30, specifically around the 22 min mark its just filthy.
Also really like 10:00 - 15:00, especially that transition from the trippy jam to the sped up jam around 12:45 or so.
finally got a chance to listen to the whole jam in its entirety on a drive today, really impressive jam
Going to make my way down south for the Chucktown shows. Saturday and Sunday.
One year ago today
Not what I wanted to see during my first "cannonball" into this thread. At least I had Wed arrival, so got to squeeze 36 hours out of it, but man the wounds havent totally healed yet
Our killer setup is what hurt the most about the cancellation. If you look in back right, you can see the stage. We baked chocolate chip cookies and handed them out to peeps as the news broke.... yes, we had an oven.
That’s a hell of a setup
Announcement Regarding Camping & Parking At Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
As you may have heard, there have been ongoing cases of plague in prairie dog colonies in the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge this summer. Fortunately, the Tri-County Health Department has advised that Dick’s Sporting Goods Park (DSGP) is safe to host Phish’s concerts over Labor Day weekend. While there have been no confirmed cases of plague on site at DSPG, as an extra measure of caution, the Health Department has restricted parking at the venue to asphalt lots — concertgoers will not be allowed to park on unpaved lots or grass.
As a result, we are sorry to say that there will be no overnight camping allowed for this year’s shows. All camping tickets and RV tickets (and associated service charges) will be automatically refunded within the next few days. We recognize the tremendous inconvenience this may cause for those who had planned on camping. Our friends at CID have created a special portal with listings of nearby hotels including some with discounted weekend rates for Phish fans.
While DSGP has significant asphalt parking on site, off-site parking will need to be utilized to accommodate all concertgoers. We will be providing free off-site parking and free shuttles at nearby locations, and we will be notifying ticket holders of parking and shuttle details once they are finalized over the next week.
Also, please note that due to these restrictions, vending will not be permitted on site as the area traditionally set aside for vending is no longer useable.
Thanks very much for your cooperation — our goal is to make sure these concerts go off as smoothly as possible while preserving the safety of all attendees.