Phish Launches 2015 Summer Tour Next Week, Tickets Averaging $144 on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 7/16/15) Phans are gearing up for the start of Phish’s 2015 summer tour, which kicks off next Tuesday in Oregon. 23 dates are scheduled over the two-month run and it will conclude with a three-show stay at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Colorado in September. The tour will also feature the band’s annual Magnaball Festival, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.

According to TicketIQ, the average price for Phish tickets over the summer road stint is $143.59 on the secondary market. Phish will play its most expensive show on July 22 at Les Schwab Amphitheater in Oregon. The average secondary price for July 22 Phish tickets is $244.85 and the get-in price starts at $160. Other top-priced stops include August 9 at Alpine Valley Music Theatre ($226.33 avg./$48 get-in) and August 1 at Aarons Amphitheatre ($224.49 avg./$57 get-in).

There won’t be many shows that own a ticket average below $100 on the resale market. The band’s cheapest show comes on July 28 at Austin360 Amphitheater, where tickets average at $67.60 and get-in price is $16. August 15 at Merriweather Post Pavilion will be the only other show below the $100 ticket average with a median price of $94.91 and a $42 get-in.

If planning on seeing the band at Magnaball 2015 next month, plenty of three-day passes can be found on TicketIQ. The average price for a Magnaball three-day pass is $323.20 and the cheapest available is listed for $258.

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Hey Phans, Take 10% Off Phish Tickets Throughout This Weekend

In celebration of another tour from the legendary Phish, you can take 10% off Phish tickets at TicketIQ.com using the code "PHAN10" this weekend (April 3rd - April 5th). The code will ONLY work on "TNTickets" and "SellerDirect" listings. As a bonus, you can use the discount on Grateful Dead tickets or the Dear Jerry concert too!

Read more about the tour here or click the date below to see all tickets available!

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