‘Phish In The North Country’ Exhibit Coming To Burlington

By Scott Bernstein Aug 15, 2017 8:01 am PDT

A new exhibit celebrating the rich history of Phish and the 20th anniversary of the band’s WaterWheel Foundation is coming to the Flynn Center in Burlington, Vermont. Phish In The North Country will be held at the Tarrant Gallery at the Flynn between October 7 and December 31. The Flynn Center is working closely with Phish archivist Kevin Shapiro and the WaterWheel Foundation on the exhibit.

The exhibit will document the band’s 34-year history beginning with their start at the University of Vermont through their rise to Nectar’s, Hunt’s, The Front, The Flynn, Boston, Albany, Saratoga Springs and throughout the world. Phish In The North Country will focus on “local” shows, i.e. those within striking distance for Vermonters. Look for the exhibit to include special edition posters that have accompanied the band’s various charitable events as well as an array of art from Xerox flyers for telephone poles to highly collectible fine art pieces.

Special events will be held throughout the run and will be announced soon.

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