Pink Talking Fish Announce Summer & Fall Tour Dates

Fusion supergroup Pink Talking Fish will be bringing their special blend of Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, and Phish on the road this summer and fall for a massive tour of the U.S. The tour spans 15 states including the Northeast and West Coast with stops in the Midwest and Colorado.


Pink Talking Fish Press Photo. Credit: Dave Vann

Made up of Eric Gould on bass, Richard James on keyboards, Zack Burwick on drums, and Cal Kehoe on guitar, the beloved tribute band kicks off the summer with an appearance at Jerry Jam in Bath, NH on July 15. More music festivals are on their summer list including Phlowfest at Alpine Valley in Eats Troy, WI on August 8, Mountain Music & Arts Festival in Warren, NH on August 12, and Adirondack Independence Music & Arts Festival in Lake George, NY on September 3. Also happening this summer are two Phish After Parties in Bangor, ME on July 16 and Atlantic City, NJ on August 6.


Pink Talking Fish Press Photo

September brings Pink Talking Fish to the Midwest with stops in Ohio, Chicago, and Detroit. The band heads back east at the end of the month with dates in Brooklyn NY, Ardmore PA and Fairfield CT.

October includes a Halloween run in California and beyond that starts in Los Angeles on October 27 with dates scheduled for Menlo Park and Napa. The run closes out with a Halloween show on October 31 in Denver, Colorado.


Maine Dead Project

The tour will end with a bang in the Northeast with big shows in Portland ME, Burlington VT and Boston MA. On November 11, The band will perform their first headlining show at The State Theater in Portland with local Grateful Dead staple, Maine Dead Project, playing support. Pink Talking Fish closes out the fall tour with a hometown celebration in Boston MA at Paradise Rock Club on December 2.  For a complete set of dates, see the list below.



Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting the PTF official website.  For more information, click on the links below.


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