Pink Talking Fish: To New Year’s Run… and Beyond

Pink Talking Fish is taking to the road for a New Year’s run that will have the band hitting three cities in as many nights. The Tale Of Three Cities New Year’s Tour will kick off in New York City December 29th at the Gramercy Theatre for a post-Phish performance. From there the band will work their way south to the Ardmore Hall in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, for their December 30th performance with guests Big Mind. The band will then continue farther south for their NYE show at Gypsy Sally’s in Washington, DC, where they will be joined by guests Staycation.

Pink Talking Fish – Brian Hensley Photography

The band will then take a quick break before hitting the road once again for their Coast to Coast 2019 Winter Tour. The tour gets underway January 18th in Plattsburgh NY with special guests Wild Adriatic, followed by a two-night stand at Snow Barn in Dover VT.  The band will next head to Worchester MA, where they will join forces with Jazz Is Phish, Lespecial and The Lizards for an event called Birds Of A Feather at the Palladium. The band will then make their way back to Vermont for one final show in January at Jay Peak Resort.

The tour will take a short break before resuming on February 21st back in Vermont before heading to New Hampshire on the 22nd and Port Chester NY on the 23rd. The Port Chester performance will see the band perform Phish’s Junta album while interweaving Talking Heads and Pink Floyd tunes throughout. The evening will also feature Scrambled Greg Ormont (Pigeons Playing Ping Pong) as The Ringmaster. The band will then makes their way to Florida for a run of shows, including two in Key West as well as stops in Fort Lauderdale and Tampa. Heading back north, the band makes a stop in Harrisburg on March 14th, before stops in Richmond and Norfolk and a final East Coast show in Greensboro at Blind Tiger on March 17th.

The band will then head west for a run of five shows that kicks off on March 27th in Phoenix AZ at Last Exit Live. From there,  the band will head to California for four shows to close out the tour, starting with two in San Diego at Winston’s Beach Club. The tour wraps up with a show on the 30th in Los Angeles and one in Anaheim on the 31st at the House of Blues Anaheim. For more information about any of the shows or for tickets click the links below.                                                                                      

Pink Talking Fish are: Eric Gould, bass; Richard James, keyboards; Zack Burwick, drums; and Dave Brunyak, guitar.


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