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PhanArt at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on 4/20

On Saturday, April 20 at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, PhanArt will welcome more than 30 artists and vendors from the Phish community.

Doors open at 12pm with the show running until 5pm. Admission is free, with a day full of food, drinks, bowling, art and much more on tap, with music from Sweeping Views.

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Located at The Linq, a short walk from Venetian, Flamingo, Caesars and nearby hotels, Brooklyn Bowl integrates a premier performance venue, food by Blue Ribbon, 6 Bars, and 32 bowling lanes, giving guests a unique place to relax, eat, drink and watch a live performance, or in this case, a Pop-up art show.

Brooklyn Bowl is located center strip on the Linq Promenade next to the High Roller Observation Wheel, with a monorail stop adding extra convenience.

Here’s the first round of artists, vendors and groups on hand for PhanArt at Brooklyn Bowl on 4/20! There are only a few spots left – interested artists and vendors, reach out to for more info!

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Brooklyn Bowl is located at 3475 Las Vegas Blvd. in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Artbeat of America: A Bluegrass Bazaar Saturday, February 24 Vendor Line-Up and Exclusive Art

ArtBeat of America: a Bluegrass Bazaar presented by PhanArt returns to New Heights Brewing in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday, February 24th from 1-6pm. Check out on the amazing vendor line up and brand new exclusive art!

First things first – bring warm clothes to donate to H33ling the Herd’s 2nd Annual Winter Clothing Drive!

Baba Cool

Baba Cool has been making lyrically-inspired sunglasses since 2015! Everything is designed and made by Brooke, with quality and style in mind.

Daffodil Daydream

Daffodil Daydream Designs was born in the Fall of 2022 and specializes in handmade hats & thrifted clothing, as well as an array of different jewelry (ear cuffs, necklace, & bracelets). Each product is inspired by both the festival and jam band scenes, providing comfortable, funky fashions to highlight a beautiful humans personality.

Croshier Designs

Matt Croshier is a multimedia artist well known to the scene, specializing in fan art for his favorite bands – since 2016.

Headdy Hardware

Headdy Hardware is home to the visual creations of Sean Williams, an illustrator based out of Nashville, Tn. Sean has been an independent artist and illustrator since 2007, focusing on the surrealism of everyday life.

Meet Me at Lot

Lucas McDonough started making screen printed T-shirts for his friends in 2006 before expanding his creations with: Stickers, Flags, Pins and few other things. Meet Me At Lot has been his brand since 2021.

Fiddle & Feather

Fiddle and Feather started on a whim after Billy tour last Spring. Next thing you know artist, Carleen, purchased an embroidery machine and started a clothing brand.

Original Lane Art

Original Lane Art is the brand of Kyle Lane, a Midwest artist that has been assembling creations full-time for the past 7 years.

Smiles With Her Eyes Embroidery

Hey now! Everett and Tracy love to make fun and beautiful embroidered and or tie-dyed clothing and accessories.

H33ling the Herd

H33ling the Herd is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that aims to provide education and raise overdose awareness in our in our music community. They will have educational information, fentanyl testing services, and Narcan available. In addition to all they offer H33ling the Herd will also be collecting gently used winter clothing, hats gloves, socks(new) and toiletries to donate to the Nashville rescue mission. The founder of HTH sells hand made jewelry, turkey tail tinctures, and cbd bath bombs.

Fennario Thunder Provisions Co.

Allan is just a fan making fun merch associated with the music he loves to help him get to see the places and people he enjoys most and that’s you!

Blaze On Creations

Blaze On Creations collaborates with local breweries, repurposing their cans and art into sustainable vessels for their candles. Each Can-dle features all-natural soy wax infused with essential oils, utilizing biodegradable ingredients for recyclability. With impressive 80-300 hour burn times, our musically inspired scents are uniquely blended.

Golden Goddess Creations

Caro the Knotty Goddess and the creator of Golden Goddess Expressions! GGE is a mobile salon & clothing shop based out of Nashville, Tn. Bringing glitter hair tinsel for all those glitter loving queens and kings, a glitter bar to make sure you feel as sparkly on the outside as you are on the inside, and amazing one of a kind clothing items! Come get magical with them!

Blaine Studios

Blaine is a Nashville Glassblower that started a career in glass eight years ago. Blaine loves the relationship between glass and stone, as two natural materials with entirely opposing qualities. In addition to handblown glass Heady Designs will also be selling “stress cups” made with Sarah Ferguson at the Bluegrass Bazaar.

Fred Sutter is a Nashville local and has been selling lot merch for 10+ years! Grab you “Billy’s House” Tees at the ArtBeat if America!

Tie Dyed Twice

Michael Martelli has been selling tie dye and custom patches full time for 3 years. Get yours at the Bluegrass Bazaar!

All this and so much more when PhanArt Presents: ArtBeat of America: A Bluegrass Bazaar. Saturday, 2/24, from 1-6p at New Heights Brewing…

The Hometown Flodown at Over Yonder Brewing in Golden, CO – October 6

Ahead of Night 2 of Goose at Red Rocks, Over Yonder Brewing Company will host the Hometown Flodown in Golden, Colorado, just north of Red Rocks, from 1-5pm.

Shuttle service to Red Rocks is provided by Over Yonder Brewing Company, making this a spot to park, eat, drink, shop, and get a ride down the road to Red Rocks, all in one!

The event will be held inside Over Yonder, as well as outside in the adjacent lot. Artists and vendors can sign up by reaching out to for more information.

With regular live music, art markets, and other events, Over Yonder is known for producing high quality, unique, & rotating craft beer that pleases all palates & delivers them in an inviting, refreshing, music-loving, good vibes atmosphere.

Phish Studies Conference Announced for 2024 at Oregon State University

Oregon State University will host the second ever Phish Studies Conference on May 17-19, 2024, in Corvallis, Oregon.

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First held in 2019, the #PhishStudies Conference is an in-depth look at the band, fans, culture, community, publications, and of course music, of Phish. The event was a huge success, with 100s attending daily to take part in panels, discussions, observe gallery displays and presentations of Ph.D dissertations and theses.

“I’ve just come back from one of the coolest, most stimulating and invigorating, and definitely one of the most “far out” (to quote Mr. Bill Kreutzman, via Mr. Benjy Eisen) experiences of my life. Late last Monday night, I got back home to San Luis Obispo, California from Corvallis, Oregon. I had to rise and shine the next day, no time at all to transition from Phishiness to so-called real life—a direct, rather abrupt segue (a rip cord if there ever was one!) into a full day of teaching in university classrooms. I was, and still am, kind of exhausted. But, I’ve had a secret smile the size of Mt. Icculus plastered across my face and tattooed on my heart ever since. This because I am back from Phish Studies, the first-ever academic conference dedicated to our favorite topic/subject/phenomenon.”

Jnan A. Blau, on the 2019 conference
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Also featured at the conference was an exhibit from the Phishsonian Institute, “Beyond The Moss Forgotten exhibit at the Phish Studies conference” which celebrated the art and history of Phish’s performances in the Pacific Northwest since the 1990s.

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Check out more photos from the 2019 Phish Studies Conference by Derek Finholt and visit for an in depth recap of the conference by Jnan A. Blau.

The #PhishStudies Conference is also looking for sponsors to support the mission and event. For more information, contact Professor Stephanie Jenkins.

The only rule is it begins! More info, including sponsorship opportunities, at

Music and Art Collide in ECHO, a new book from Higher Ground and Solidarity of Unbridled Labour

Higher Ground has served, for more than a quarter centry, as Burlington’s premiere indoor music venue, a checkmark for bands looking to make their park in the Green Mountain State. Fans who have been able enough to catch a show there know to stay until the show is over, where concert posters are sometimes handed out to lucky fans.

ECHO: A Survey at 25 Years of Sound, Art, and Ink on Paper, a unique art book featuring a collection of concert posters spanning the history of Higher Ground, the legendary music venue located just outside Burlington, VT, was released on April 1st. ECHO is a site to behold for concert poster collectors across the country.

This meticulously designed coffee table book, appearing like a stack of bound silkscreened posters, features the concert posters that have been a staple of Higher Ground and their partnership with acclaimed design firm and nonprofit, Solidarity of Unbridled Labour and Iskra Print Collective.

The book’s intro, written by Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy, taps into the project quickly.

What coheres in these images is the work of the music and art communities intertwined and invested in each other…Concert posters are as close as one can get to the solid evidence that we all crave—proof that what happens when we create is beyond the scope of the individual work.

With more than 350 original concert posters, all taking place in Vermont – mostly at Higher Ground – the book is snapshot of music history in the Northeast, tracking bands as they progressed around the country, growing in size in many cases, with some moving from the smaller Showcase Lounge to the larger Ballroom space.

The artwork is inviting for any music lover, those who appreciate the art of concert posters, and others who appreciate variety in graphic design.

There are dozens of artists you’ll find inside the pages of ECHO, among them Neil Young, Ice Cube, Norah Jones, My Morning Jacket, Wu Tang Clan, Ween, Sturgill Simpson, Phish, Willie Nelson, Anderson .Paak, and many more. There are also the obscure artists you’ll come across in the pages of the book, those who fit a niche, faded out or otherwise never crossed your radar; the artwork in Echo will have you discovering new music.

Iskra Print Collective, a community space in Burlington that is dedicated to the practice, understanding, and appreciation of the printmaking arts, has held the task of creating silkscreen posters for certain shows at Higher Ground, which are uniquely not available for purchase. These prints evoke the spirit of each artist and band are embodied with bold creativity, and the deep dive into screenprinting found in ECHO is remarkable.

Michael Jager, co-Founder and Creative Director of Solidarity of Unbridled Labour and Co-Founder of Iskra Print Collective, works to conceptualize and realize ideas that help guide and create culture and positive change from within. Working with Ezra Pound’s principle, “Make it new,” through his multi-disciplinary collaboration, Jager has created work for brands including Burton Snowboards, Microsoft’s Xbox, Nike, Levi’s,  Phish, MTV, Virgin, Lululemon, Yara, Tomra, Seventh Generation, MasterClass, and Patagonia.

Making the project even more special is all proceeds going directly to Iskra Print Collective.

Nestled inside the pages and pages of artwork inside ECHO are interviews with Alex Crothers, founder  and co-owner of Higher Ground.

Crothers shares his unique insight from the past 25 years in his interview, which is echoed in his initial correspondence with Jager, outlining his vision for a partnership between the two.

Crothers opened the venue in 1998 and has produced more than 10,000 events in that span of time. By attracting rising stars as well as legendary musicians, Crothers pushes Higher Ground with core values to create bigger and better things while embracing community, storytelling, and the creative process. Through working with Iskra Print Collective, Higher Ground meets this mission.

ECHO is a must own book for any music-lover or Vermonter, and a must for any concert poster collector. The incredible design of the coffee table book is also the perfect addition to your library. Purchase ECHO here.

PhanArt Heads to Mohegan Sun on Nov. 12 for TAB and Goose

Goose and Trey Anastasio Band, two bands that go great together, will perform at Mohegan Sun on Saturday, November 12.

Earlier that day, PhanArt will hold a show that brings together artists and vendors from the Goose and Phish communities, and a perfect time to get a start on holiday shopping.

The PhanArt/Hometown Flodown show will be held in the Earth Meeting Rooms in the Earth Expo & Convention Center, where the July 2019 PhanArt Show was held. See below for location and park in the Winter Garage for easiest access to both the PhanArt show and Mohegan Sun Arena.

The event will feature a wide variety of clothing, art and goods available directly from vendors, from 1-6pm, in the Spring, Summer and Fall Meeting Rooms in the Earth Convention Center.

A unique combined issue of the Phish fanzine Surrender to the Flow and the Goose fanzine The El Goose Times will be on hand, as well as plenty of other unique collaborations to check out.

Admission is free and is an ALL ages show – stop by to meet and support your local small business!

Interested Artists and Vendors, contact for more information.

Don’t miss a meeting of the minds as artists from the Phish and Goose communities come together for PhanArt and The Hometown Flodown.

Stay tuned for news on The Hometown Flodown during Goosemas in Broomfield, CO!

North Bowl Philly Pop-Up PhanArt Show Announced for Monday July 18

On Monday July 18, North Bowl in the Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia will host Funk n Bowl and a PhanArt Pop-Up Show!

Admission is FREE with food and drink specials, with vending from 5-10pm and music from 8pm-12am!

Get your gear from Summer Tour and enjoy some Philly Funk with friends before N1 of The Mann.

Interested artists and vendors reach out to for more information.

Details on Atlantic City and Alpine Valley shows coming later this week!

Lineup for April 22 PhanArt Show Announced

After being postponed, the PhanArt show on April 22 is proud to announce the initial lineup of artists and vendors taking part in the upcoming event.

A total of 40 artists and vendors are featured at the PhanArt Show, with a broad array of home goods, posters, clothing, stickers, jewelry and other Phish and music inspired memorabilia.

Admission is free for PhanArt shows, with doors opening at Noon on Friday, April 22 at The Stewart Hotel on 7th Avenue in NYC, just one block diagonal from Madison Square Garden, where Phish will play their delayed New Years Eve show later that night.