How To Buy Phish Tickets For New Year’s Eve Run 2023

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, September 29.

By Team JamBase Sep 27, 2023 8:06 am PDT

Phish tickets for their New Year’s Run 2023 at Madison Square Garden in New York City go on sale on Friday, September 29 at 12 p.m. ET via

Also available starting today are Travel Packages for the four-show run..

Scroll on for ticket on-sale information for Phish New Year’s Eve Run 2023 (JamBase may earn a commission from affiliate ticket purchases).

Where Is Phish Playing For New Year’s Eve?

Phish will celebrate New Year’s Eve and ring in 2024 with a four-night New Year’s Run at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The band returns to The Garden from December 28 – 31.

The 2023 New Year’s Run comes just four months after the quartet played seven shows at MSG as part of their summer tour. Phish’s upcoming four concerts at the venue will mark their 80th – 83rd shows at The Garden.

When Do Phish Tickets Go On Sale To The General Public?

Tickets to Phish at MSG go on sale to the general public on Friday, September 29 at 12 p.m. ET.

Phish tour tickets can be purchased via Ticketmaster.

Are Pre-Sale Phish Tickets Available?

No. Phish Ticketing requests are closed as well.

Are Multi-Day Tickets Available?

Yes. Four-night passes are available. Find links for four-day passes and individual shows below.

On Sale Friday, September 29 12 p.m. ET

Madison Square Garden
New York City
December 28, 29, 30, 31

When Do Travel Packages Go On Sale & What Do They Include?

Phish and 100X Travel are offering travel packages that include concert tickets and local lodging. “Packages include a four night stay for two people at either the Kimpton Hotel Eventi, ACE Hotel New York OR Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel, plus a pair of four-night premium reserved or GA floor tickets and merchandise.”

Travel Packages go on sale today, Wednesday, September 27 at 12 p.m. ET..

How Can I Buy Tickets If The Shows Sell Out?

There are a variety of options available to try to secure Phish tickets if you are unable to secure them when they go on sale:


Don’t get too discouraged if the show(s) you want to attend sells out. There are plenty of different ways to score tickets to sold-out Phish concerts in part due to the large size of the venues played. Our friends at CashorTrade have been helping community members “Embrace The Face” for +13 years. Sign up for the service free or “Go Gold” to take full advantage of CashorTrade’s offerings. Then, either search the listings or write your own asking to purchase the tickets you need (at face value, of course).

Platinum Seats

Ticketmaster Official Platinum Seats are also an option. Additionally, StubHub and SeatGeek are the leading secondary markets for Phish tickets but be ready to pay for the luxury.


Re-Releases happen from time to time. Occasionally tickets will re-enter the primary ticketing pool and get sold by Ticketmaster, often with no announcement. It doesn’t hurt to allow notifications for Phish and Phish: From The Road Twitter accounts, so you’ll be alerted when messages are tweeted. Sometimes the band will let fans know when a re-release is coming or when one is underway. Reasons for re-releases include alternations to the production plot, fewer guest tickets needed than were originally allotted and credit card rejections.

Help From The Community

There are myriad Phish communities on social media and message boards. Fan sites like, and Reddit are good places to look for people selling tickets. Additionally, plenty of Facebook groups are devoted to Phish, both public and private. Just be sure to read the group/site’s rules before posting to make sure you don’t ruffle any feathers or “jump the line” ahead of others who are looking for tickets. Finally, if all else fails, put your finger in the air and hit the lot.

Phish begins their Fall Tour 2023 on October 6 in Nashville. Be sure to visit JamBase’s Phish – The Skinny hub for recaps, setlists and statistical breakdowns after every Phish show this year.

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