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Phish is the next band to perform at the futuristic Sphere Las Vegas: How to get tickets

Phish will jam out at the Las Vegas Sphere this spring for a quartet of shows.

The veteran band is the second act to play the new venue, a haven for head-spinning visuals and pristine sound, following U2’s triumphant inauguration of the distinctive building.

Phish will perform four completely unique shows – both in setlists and visuals – April 18-21. While the band has inked a new partnership with the Sphere, these are the only concerts they will play at the venue in 2024.

“From the moment we first heard about Sphere and its potential, we’ve been dreaming up ways to bring our show to this breathtaking canvas,” said Trey Anastasio, Phish guitarist and vocalist, in a statement. “We’re thrilled to present this completely unique experience to Phish fans.”

Phish's Mike Gordon (from left), Page McConnell, Jon Fishman and Trey Anastasio will play four completely different shows at the Las Vegas Sphere in April.
Phish's Mike Gordon (from left), Page McConnell, Jon Fishman and Trey Anastasio will play four completely different shows at the Las Vegas Sphere in April.

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How to get tickets to Phish's Sphere concerts in 2024

A ticket request period is underway at tickets.phish.com and will continue through noon ET Dec. 11. All remaining tickets – and travel packages – will go on sale to the general public at 1 p.m. ET Dec. 15 via phishatsphere.100xhospitality.com/.

Anastasio, along with band members Page McConnell, Jon Fishman and Mike Gordon, have been the rumored successor to U2, which wraps its groundbreaking “U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere” batch of shows Feb. 18.

Phish (from left) - Page McConnell, Jon Fishman, Trey Anastasio and Mike Gordon - will be the second act to place the new Las Vegas Sphere.
Phish (from left) - Page McConnell, Jon Fishman, Trey Anastasio and Mike Gordon - will be the second act to place the new Las Vegas Sphere.

While Phish is already renowned for never playing the same show twice throughout their four decades of existence, the Sphere’s enormity – it takes up about two city blocks and is taller than a football field is long – coupled with its walls of wraparound LED screens provides a tremendous canvas for the band’s creativity.

The $2.3 billion Sphere, with a capacity of 17,000-20,000, is located off the Las Vegas Strip behind The Venetian Resort.

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Phish follows U2 as the next act at Las Vegas Sphere: Ticket info