Phish

. June 30, 2014.
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Wednesday, July 16 / DTE Energy Music Theatre

There aren’t many bands who have been playing gigs with their original members for 30 plus years. Phish, a jam-rock band known for their musical improvisation, the blending of musical genres, and a dedicated fan base, is one of them. With their new album Fuego (though they don’t necessarily need a new album to tour) Phish brings their show to the D, which could include antics equal to the entire band flying above the crowd on a giant hotdog. 

7:00pm. $55-$75. DTE Energy Music Theatre, 7774 Sashabaw Road, Clarkston, MI 48348, (248) 377-0100. palacenet.com

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