Trey Anastasio Band Books Fall US Tour

Doug Seymour
Photo of Trey Anastasio by Doug Seymour

Phish’s annual Labor Day run at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo., isn’t the last you’ll see of Trey Anastasio in 2022. The jam band hero just announced a fall tour with the Trey Anastasio Band that begins in late September.

Anastasio’s solo road trip starts Sept. 23 at Kettlehouse Amphitheater in Bonner, Mont. The 11-date routing features gigs in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, two nights in Arizona and five nights in California, wrapping Oct. 8 at The Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley. Check out the routing below.

A ticket presale began Wednesday via and the general onsale starts Friday, July 22 at 10 a.m. local venue time at

In March Anastasio released his latest album, Mercy, which marks his 12th solo LP overall and first acoustic solo. Mercy features nine songs Anastasio wrote during the pandemic.

“It’s two years since we went into hiding,” Anastasio writes in the liner notes (via Rolling Stone). “This is still going on, and it’s an even lonelier trip… Here I was, still at home, playing acoustic guitar. I thought, ‘These songs just want to be one guy with a guitar, singing.’”

In addition to writing new music during the pandemic, Anastasio kept busy with an eight-week livestream residency at Manhattan’s Beacon Theatre. The series raised more than $1 million for charity via Anastasio’s Divided Sky Fund, financing an addiction treatment facility in Vermont. The Beacon Jams won the Pollstar Award in June 2021 for Best Livestream Event/Virtual Event. Earlier that year Anastasio appeared on the cover of Pollstar to celebrate the success of the residency. And once the venue was ready to open to the public again for its first post-pandemic shows, Anastasio had the honor of playing two solo acoustic shows in June 2021.

Anastasio grossed $2 million overall in 2021, ranking No. 133 on Pollstar’s year-end North American touring chart. Box office reports submitted to Pollstar for Anastasio include the two Beacon shows in June that grossed $397,273 and a two-night run at New York’s Radio City Music Hall in October that brought in $666,650.

Phish ranked No. 9 on the North American Year End chart with $44.4 million grossed.


09/23 Bonner, MT – Kettlehouse Amphitheater
09/24 Redmond, WA – Marymoor Park
09/25 Troutdale, OR – Edgefield
09/27 Garden City, ID – Revolution Concert House and Event Center
09/30 Riverside, CA – Riverside Municipal Auditorium
10/01 Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Palladium
10/03 Phoenix, AZ – Orpheum Theater
10/04 Phoenix, AZ – Orpheum Theater
10/06 San Diego, CA – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
10/07 Santa Barbara, CA – The Arlington Theatre
10/08 Berkeley, CA – The Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley

Jam Beacono: How Trey Anastasio Reimagined His Catalog And The Beacon Theatre To Raise $1.2 Million For Charity