By Allen Halas OnMilwaukee Staff Writer Published Feb 27, 2024 at 4:45 PM Photography: Dan Garcia

Earlier this year, jam band legends Phish announced a four-night residency at the Sphere in Las Vegas, and if you weren’t willing to shell out hundreds of dollars for the now sold-out immersive experience and plane tickets, you’re in luck. On Tuesday, the band announced a 26 show, yet only nine-city tour for 2024, which includes Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy.

The weekend of July 26th-28th will be the third stop of the run for the band, who are playing multiple night residencies in each of the places they choose to touch down this summer. Phish last played the amphitheater in 2022, also in a three-night run, and in 2019 prior to that. In addition to the tour, the band will also be holding their self-produced Mondegreen festival, their first in nine years. The band haven’t released a studio album since 2020, but their live shows have been filtering their way online in official releases, with “The Gorge ‘98” released as a four-disc set last January.

Tickets for Phish at Alpine Valley will go on sale along with the rest of the tour on Friday, March 15th via Phish’s official website. A ticket request period is also underway until March 11th for fan club members as well. In addition to single day tickets, a three-day pass for all of the shows that weekend will be made available through Alpine Valley. 

The announcement of Phish adds to a 2024 lineup for Alpine Valley that is becoming increasingly busy, including shows from Noah Kahan, a weekend of Dave Matthews Band in June, Hootie and the Blowfish, and Jason Aldean as well. Stay tuned to OnMilwaukee for even more concert announcements, and see who’s playing local stages this weekend right here.