Phish Announces The Met Philadelphia Concert For SiriusXM

Phish will make their The Met Philly debut in Philadelphia on December 3. The concert at the historic and recently refurbished venue is a special invitation-only performance for SiriusXM subscribers.

There are a number of ways to obtain tickets to the free concert. Phish Radio (Channel 29) will giveaway pairs on-air in the weeks leading up to the show at the 3,500-capacity venue. In addition, invites will be sent to qualified SiriusXM subscribers who have allowed the service to send them emails and registered their music interests at The company has also announced a contest in which tickets will be given away online. Head here to enter. Additional opportunities to score tickets will be announced soon. SiriusXM relaunched Phish Radio (Channel 29) as a permanent addition to its lineup in June and the channel will broadcast the concert live.

“It’s been fun firin’ up our own satellite channel!” said Phish bassist Mike Gordon. “And what better way to celebrate Phish Radio than putting on a live show?”

“After launching Phish Radio earlier this year, we knew we had to deliver something extra special to devoted listeners of their SiriusXM channel,” said Steve Blatter, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Music Programming, SiriusXM. “We’re thrilled this exclusive performance will bring the Phish community even closer to their beloved band.”

Phish’s The Met Philly debut comes in the middle of Fall Tour 2019. The quartet will open the run with two nights in Providence on November 29 and 30 as well as one night in Uniondale, New York on December 1. Phish follows the show in Philadelphia with a performance in Pittsburgh on December 4 and three nights in North Charleston, South Carolina December 6 – 8.