Trey Anastasio Locks In Solo Acoustic Plans

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Trey Anastasio performs during the Spirit of Life event honoring Coran Capshaw in Santa Monica Nov. 2.

The acoustic plays start Feb. 8 in Morristown, N.J., at the Mayo Performing Arts Center. They currently last for less than two weeks, ending Feb. 18 in Athens, Ga.’s Classic Center, though more dates are being promised.

Other markets on the routing include Ithaca, N.Y.; Pittsburgh; Washington, D.C.; and Charlotte, N.C.

Presales begin Nov. 28 at noon EST, and the general onsale starts Dec. 1 at 10 a.m. EST.

The Phish guitarist and vocalist goes solo frequently. This year he had runs in September and the spring. He also did solo runs every year from 2010-2015.

The last solo show we have a report from Trey for is his Sept. 16 play in Portland, Maine. That gig saw 3,932 people show up to Thompson’s Point for $45-50 a ticket, grossing a reported $178,455.

Phish recently rocked a three-day residency at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo., Sept. 1-3 and, before that, 13 shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden Arena July 21 to Aug. 6. The MSG shows grossed $15 million and sold 96 percent of tickets, which went at a reported $54 to $74. The legendary jam band also has more MSG shows coming up the last four nights of 2017, Dec. 28-31.

For all things Trey Anastasio tour-related, look no further than his Pollstar artist page.