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Phish is playing at Wrigley Field this summer

Zach Long
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Zach Long

Last summer, Deadheads from around the world flocked to Soldier Field (and its surrounding parking lots) for the Grateful Dead's final Fare Thee Well concerts. This year, you'll see more folks in tie-dye shirts invading Chicago, albeit in a different part of the city. Phish has announced it will play two shows at Wrigley Field this summer, on June 24 and 25. Phish frontman Trey Anastasio filled in as vocalist for the Grateful Dead during the band's performances in 2015, so he's no stranger to playing extended jam band odes in front of a crowd of thousands in Chicago. 

Traditionally, Phish has played summer concerts at Northerly Island or the UIC Pavilion—this will mark the first time that the band has played in Wrigley Field. Wrigleyville may seem like a strange place for a Phish show, but there are plenty of munchies available at restaurants around the stadium (including a Taco Bell) and a variety of decent bars for some pre-show drinks. Plus, there has to be some crossover between Phish Phans and Wrigleyville bros, right?

Tickets to both Wrigley Field concerts will go on sale Saturday, February 27 at 12pm CT. Prices range from $75 for general admission in the field to $45–$65 for seats in the stands.

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