There is good news for the people who are into music as the Phish tour has started off on Wednesday which has started off at Walmart which is in Rogers as Arkansas are going to be back after 521 days after the last performance of the band, it has been getting delayed and postponed because of the Covid-19 situation and that has been the reason with Arkansas to be the opener in the event rather than originally performing for 11 shows for a whole run.
Phish Tour 2021
It was known little by the group that the tour was rescheduled as they were not aware that Covid-19 is going to again hit the world with the wave and when that happened they had to perform and they issued a statement before they had to be on stage which was just some hours away wearing a mask at these shows and getting vaccinated is something that everyone should do and this is how we can show the love for the society as the band wrote it down.
Then it was all about the band and the music as they started off performing on stage and it seems like that Chris Kuroda had many things up his sleeves for the audiences he managed to arrange proper beams which made the playing some part in the presentation during daylight which happened when the show just started.
The band started to took off as they performed “I NEVER NEEDED YOU LIKE BEFORE” and that set the mood for the rest of the show and the show was a huge success, then they went on to perform the album which they created in quarantine in the year 2020 naming LONELY TRIP.
They started as it was the debut of the song which was featuring the band “The Roots” and he went on the become the first artist who has performed for the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon which he did at his home of Rockefeller Center 30, to sum it up Phish has premiered the song “I NEVER NEEDED YOU LIKE THIS BEFORE” and it also included a masterpiece performance on the drum from Jon Fishman, it seems like covid-19 has affected everything directly and indirectly but it seems like that music is something that cannot be stopped from anything.