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Lineups for New Year’s 2017 PhanArt Shows Announced!

With the New Year’s Run slowly approaching, PhanArt is proud to announce the lineups for two final shows for 2017. Both shows feature a wide variety of artists selling Phish art and memorabilia, including posters, clothing, stickers, pins, accessories and much more. Tubes will be available for purchase at both shows.

PhanArt’s New Year’s shows are sponsored by Relix, Cash or Trade, NYS Music, JEMP Radio, NYS Music 87/90 and Donutseats.com

Friday, December 29th from 3-7pm visit American Beauty at 251 W. 30th st., just 2 blocks from Madison Square Garden, for a PhanArt pre-show featuring HF Podcast and Polyvamp performing from 4-6pm, along with art and more from:

Jamie Lee Meyer, The Art of Ryan Kerrigan, Phorbin’s Closet, Grateful Momma Bear, Something From the Lot, Original Bootleg, The Overhead View, Blazin’ Donuts, Jen Sclafani, and The Helping Friendly Salve

On Saturday, December 30 at Hotel Pennsylvania, check out more than 2 dozen artists (and more to come!) right across from Madison Square Garden. The show starts at 12 noon and goes until 6pm, and you’ll find music by JEMP Radio and Original Wyllys as well as art from:

Isadora Bullock, The Art of Ryan Kerrigan, Nick DiFabbio, Jamie Lee Meyer, The Mockingbird Foundation, Eastcoasters, Uncle John’s Outfitters, Phorbin’s Closet, ADNB, BabaCool, Original Bootleg, Blazin’ Donuts, The Overhead View, Lizzy Layne, Grateful Momma Bear, Uncle John’s Bone, Fred Sutter, Something from the Lot, 415HolyGuyArt, The Helping Friendly Salve, and Teddi Fuller

Admission to both PhanArt shows if FREE with Tubes available for purchase.

The Waterwheel Foundation announces Fan Poster Sale

The Waterwheel Foundation has announced a Fan Poster Sale featuring various posters that have been created and donated by fans throughout the 3.0 era.

The sale of these donated posters will benefit The Waterwheel Foundation’s general funding, which has recently helped in the Tortola relief effort in the British Virgin Islands, and establishing local music programs in Burlington, VT.

Check out the Google Spreadsheet and Facebook Gallery of the donated art.  In order to purchase a poster, Phans can email ww@phish.com to set up a donation. In addition to the posters listed, there are 20 mystery tubes for sale, with 2 posters in each tube.

American Beauty NYC will have vendors, Stella Blues Band and more before Dead and Company at MSG!

American Beauty NYC will be hosting pre-show events during Dead and Company’s two night run at Madison Square Garden on Sunday, November 12 and Tuesday, November 14. Starting at 3pm and going until 6pm, stop by for craft beer, free pizza, as well as vendors selling clothing, Grateful Dead memorabilia and much more from Pop Pop’s Terrapin Station, JayLi Clothing and more!. Stella Blues Band will be rocking out pre-show on the 14th, which doubles as a fundraiser for Hurricane relief ($10 suggested donation to support a good cause!)

TRPS Presents Festival of Rock posters at Golden Gate Park’s Hall of Flowers Oct. 28

The Rock Poster Society will present the Festival of Rock posters at Golden Gate Park’s Hall of Flowers on Saturday, October 28, in San Francisco, near the corner of Ninth and Lincoln.

Featured poster artists include: Stanley Mouse, Chuck Sperry, Wes Wilson, Emek, Bonnie MacLean, Marq Spusta, Victor Moscoso, Jim Pollock, Jim Mazza, Lee Conklin, The Chambers Project, Ida Griffin, AJ Masthay, David Singer, Randy Tuten, David DeAndrea, Chris Shaw, Alexandra Fischer, Carolyn Ferris, classicposters.com / Mike Storeim, Gary Houston, Tea Lautrec Litho, concertposterauction.com / Brad Kelly, JC Hall / idealposters.com, John Seabury, Alan Forbes (secretserpents), Justin McNeal (secretserpents), Paul Getchell, Rick Savel, Shane Grogg, Perry Pfeffer, Gregg Gordon, John Howard, Norman Orr, Mari Tepper, Kris Mikkelson, Pat Ryan, Vince Dugar, (Jerry Miller of Moby Grape will be hanging, with Pat and Vince from 1:00 to 4:00), SF Rockposters, D King Gallery, Christopher Peterson, Ben Van Meter, Sal Dichiera / Amazing Adventures, Cliff Yamasaki, Hakes Americana, John Bellas, Eric King, Wayne Espinosa, Sherwood Donahue, Mike Dubois, Golden Road Gallery, Psychedelic Art Exchange, Dave Hunter Family, Richard Rodman, The Bill Graham Foundation, and David Byrd.

Doors open at 10am and the show runs until 6pm. From 10am–11am, admission during the first hour is $20 for non-TRPS members. Admission for TRPS members is $5, but your membership needs to be current. Bring your card at entrance or renew or join there! From 11am–3pm admission is $10 for non-TRPS members and $5 for TRPS members, and from 3pm-6pm, admission is FREE to all.

Two PhanArt Shows Announced for December 29 and 30

After 6 shows this summer, PhanArt brings two more installments to New York City during Phish’s NYE run at Madison Square Garden. Both shows are a very short walk to MSG and a great place to meet up with friends before heading over to Phish.

On December 29 from 3-7pm, PhanArt takes over American Beauty NYC before the show, with an art show upstairs, featuring a wide variety of art, clothing, collectibles, photography and much more. During the show, Polyvamp will perform downstairs for a free pre-party, and HFPodcast will be broadcasting live from the show!

The final PhanArt show of 2017 will be held at Hotel Pennsylvania on December 30 from 12-6pm. Check out art, clothing, collectibles and much more Phish related memorabilia from more than 2 dozen artists, with music by JEMP Radio. Interested artists and vendors should contact phanart@gmail.com for more info.

Both shows featured Free admission, tubes for purchase (First Tube $3, second Tube $2) and Cash Bar. Lineups will be announced in mid-November!

Baker’s Dozen Acrylic Photo Prints

The universe is a donut. Tomorrow’s flavor is Kansas / Metallica. And this is still Lawn Boy. These are a few of the things we learned over the course of The Baker’s Dozen. Emphasis on few, since there were so many great moments over the run. For those lucky enough to attend all 13 (or any) of the Baker’s Dozen shows, Stephen Olker has created a mural, capturing one image from each night of the run.

Select photos from Baker’s are combined with the mural from the 7th Ave. entrance to MSG,  as well as the banner that now hangs inside MSG to memorialize this epic run. Can you guess which night was Velvet?

This photo mural is offered on acrylic and Kodak Endura Metallic paper (each 20″ x 30″). The run will be limited and each piece will be numbered and hand signed.

The total price for the acrylic will be $275 plus shipping ($15-25, depending on location).  The total price for the Kodak Endura Metallic paper will be $130. Shipping will be free.

Visit Stephen’s website to place a deposit for preorder, which is $125 for the acrylic, or $50 for the paper print. When the pre-order period is over, I will send an email with an estimated shipping date, and make a link available to complete your purchase. Each acrylic will include some hanger wire and a hanger. Expect the acrylic to ship between 10/15 and 11/01 and the paper to ship 11/01 – 11/15.

Preorder and placing a deposit ends 10/05 Midnight CST!

Summer Tour Shirts from PhanArt

PhanArt’s tour shirts for Summer 2017 are now on sale and available at Dick’s (Pheanuts too!) Order one below! Each shirt is printed on Next Level tees (ladies shirts on Bella) and run $23 each with free shippingand stickers with each order!

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Announcing the Lineups for PhanArt’s 6 Summer Shows

Summer tour is here and over the next 7 weeks, PhanArt brings 6 shows to Dead and Company at Wrigley Field, Phish in Chicago and NYC and to Twiddle’s Tumbledown. Each show is packed with more than 60 artists and their music inspired art for fans to find their favorite memorabilia, artwork, clothing, collectibles and much more!

The summer kicks off with PhanArt returning to Chicago, IL for a show on June 30th at The Cubby Bear, located directly across from Wrigley Field. Dead and Company kick off night 1 of their two night home stand at Wrigley and PhanArt will provide an opportunity for fans to track down their favorite Grateful Dead inspired art as close to the concert as possible!

PhanArt will be back in Chicago on July 16 on the third day of Phish’s three night run at Northerly Island. Congress Plaza Hotel, which has hosted 4 previous PhanArt shows, including the immensely successful ‘In All Good Company‘ held during Fare Thee Well in July 2015, will be the spot to find all the art and goods you would normally find on Shakedown.

Heading back east, PhanArt will return to The Hotel Pennsylvania, located directly across from Madison Square Garden for the first of 3 shows during The Baker’s Dozen.

Heading up north to Burlington for Twiddle’s Tumbledown? Then stop by Club Metronome above Nectar’s for an early PhanArt show focusing on Twiddle inspired artwork from a variety of up and coming vendors and artists, plus a very special comedy/musical performance from Ryan Dempsey of Twiddle!

Back in NYC, PhanArt will hold an intimate art show with a few first time artists at American Beauty NYC, sponsored by L4LM. The event will feature Space Carnival performing 2 sets on the first floor while PhanArt takes over the top floor of the venue from 3-7pm.

Finally, PhanArt will hold the final show of Summer 2017 with another show at The Hotel Pennsylvania. Pick up tickets that night to the Formula 5 show at BB King’s and get your last chance to snag Baker’s Dozen themed art!

Homer’s Bakers Dozen Shirt

Homer is getting ready for the Baker’s Dozen. Eric Voigt designed this shirt sharing: “When I first heard about the Baker’s Dozen run, I immediately thought of Homer’s obsession with donuts, Phish’s 12/06/96 YEM vocal jam (donuts, I love donuts…), and the secret language Simpsons tease. With the history between Phish and The Simpson’s, I thought the two went together hand in hand and I was inspired to combine the two ideas into a design. Can’t wait for tour to start and will see you all in the Big Apple soon enough! ”

Order with Donuts or without. 

Terry Werner Dead and Company Summer Tour Posters

Terry Werner has released his Dead & Company Boulder prints online alongside his archival Grateful Dead ’77 Cornell print.

Each print is in an edition of 125 on white and an additional edition of 45 on natural stock. There are options for double print orders and for a limited time every dead Co/Cornell double print order includes a free Dead Co Wrigley print! Order Boulder (white) and natural, or the Cornell (white) through Terry’s online store.

Werner’s Wrigley poster will be available at the PhanArt show on June 30 at The Cubby Bear from 12-6pm. Free admission with tubes available for purchase, right across the street from Wrigley Field!