As previous announced, Phish will bring their annual New Year’s Run back to Madison Square Garden in New York City December 30 – January 2. Today, promoters CEG Presents has announced a handful of after-parties set to coincide with the run.
Snarky Puppy, who were already set to ring in the New Year at Irving Plaza, have added a second show on the evening of December 31. The late show at Irving Plaza (1 a.m. doors, 2 a.m. show) will allow those attending Phish’s New Year’s Eve performance to catch the jazz-funk act. On January 1 Grateful Dead tribute act Dead Sessions will play The Cutting Room starting just before midnight. There are a number of January 2 post-Phish options including The James Brown Dance Party featuring Michael Ray, Natalie Cressman, Chris Bullock, Todd Stoops and more at B.B. King Blues Club; The New Mastersounds at The Cutting Room and moe. side project Ha Ha The Moose at Irving Plaza.
For ticketing instructions head to PhishAfterParties.com. Stay tuned for additional announcements.
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