Wmnf Presents: Freakin Dreamin Groovefest Feat Runaway Gin

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5pm – $15/20


You can purchase advance tickets online at wmnf.org/events by calling the station during business hours at 813-238-8001 or in person at Skipper’s Smokehouse or other WMNF ticket outlets.

Runaway Gin: A Tribute to Phish (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE)

Runaway Gin is the World’s most active Phish Tribute Band.

They play every Sunday at the Charleston Pour House and tour constantly across the greater Southeast region. This summer the band sold out the Hard Rock Cafe “Fare Thee Well” Afterparty on July 4th in Chicago and catapulted themselves onto the National music scene.

Runaway Gin has played many Phish after parties and is known for dropping their own brand of “Phishy” theatrics including an all covers show where they played an entire show consisting of songs Phish has covered and a happy birthday show for Trey Anastasio in which they spelled out “Happy Birthday” using the first letter of each song.

Runaway Gin’s trademark attribute is capturing the essence of Phish yet adding an original twist to jams and shows to fit the mood of the present rather than attempting the futile task of reproducing the past.



The HubbTones are a five piece rock-n-roll band made up of veterans of the Tampa Bay music scene who play a wide variety of deep-cut album rock.


Uncle John’s Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE)

Formed in Clearwater, Florida in 1989 from a combination of talented musicians who love to play the music of the Grateful Dead. They recreate the atmosphere and musical adventure of a live Dead show. Uncle John’s Band has performed hundreds of shows full of musical energy and pleasure for all those who have attended around Florida, Georgia and Illinois.

In 2015, UJB returned to Illinois when they were invited to perform at the Chicago Field Museum in conjunction with The Grateful Dead’s “Fare Thee Well” 3-concert run at Soldier Field. Later that summer, they won Creative Loafing’s 25th Annual “Best Of The Bay” award for Best Local Jam Band.

Since 1998, they have performed over 900 Thursday nights at Skipper’s Smokehouse in Tampa affectionately called by fans ‘Thursday Night Church’.

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