It Appears Phish Ditched the LED Boards for This Summer Tour
July 12, 2017
Phish and their crew set up camp at Milwaukee's Bradley Center for the week as they prepare for the summer kickoff in nearby Chicago, beginning on Friday. A report from someone inside the venue seems to suggest that Lighting Director Chris Kuroda has done away with the LED boards that certainly brought a high-level production to Phish's light show.
A shot from inside Bradley Center. Reports no LED boards, new linear prisms. #phish pic.twitter.com/npYzEIwi5IA return to an older format makes sense as to not block those sitting behind the stage during their thirteen shows at Madison Square Garden. On top of that, the new twist was met with largely mixed reviews. Also important to remember that there could be more to this setup as it pieces itself together over the next couple of days.
— Alex G. | HarryPHood (@harryphood) July 12, 2017
Phish hits the stage on July 14 at Northerly Island in Chicago.
UPDATE: More views, with sound!