Here’s How To Stream Phish Live At Dick’s In Colorado This Labor Day Weekend

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Smell that in the air? That’s the smell of summer coming to a close. But before we start to think of flannel weather, let’s close the season with a bang.

If you can’t make it to Phish’s annual Labor Day run at Dick’s Sporting Good Park this weekend, there’s good news: You can stream Phish live at Dick’s via LivePhish from the comfort of your couch, deck, or campsite. This year’s Colorado Phish run kicks off on Thursday, September 1st and concludes on September 4th, marking the first time Phish has ever done four nights at the venue.

It’s going to be a real hootenanny.

Phish Live Stream – Dick’s Sporting Goods Park 2022

LivePhish will broadcast a stream of the Dick’s Phish shows on September 1, 2, 3, and 4.

You can buy each show’s stream individually or together in a bundle at a discount price – details on how to buy here via LivePhish. Per usual, options for the Phish stream from this weekend include 4K and HD options. Throw it on your smart TV, phone, or laptop and enjoy.

The ticket time for Phish’s return to the Garden is 7:30 PM MT for each night, so if you’re on the east coast, look for the show to start between 9:30 – 10PM ET and run until around 1AM.

If you’re going, have a safe and fun time. Phish at Dick’s over Labor Day is a summer tradition that can’t be beaten. It’s a wonderful way to tie a bow on the summer. I’ve been a couple times with friends and always had a blast. The energy is electric and Phish always brings it. It’s truly an iconic place to surrender to the flow.

If you’re not going, no sweat. Something tells me you’ll still have a good time this weekend.

Hopefully you’ve had yourself one heck of a fun summer – I certainly have.


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