Phoam – A Tribte To Phish

With Special Guests LITZ

Baltimore Soundstage, November 25, 2016

Photo by Jordan August

Phoam – A Tribute to Phish, made up of local musicians from the Baltimore and DC areas, takes the music of one of the greatest jambands of all time and adds a special flair to it that brings throngs of local fans out to their shows. Fans of the local Baltimore and DC music scenes will know the four musicians from their other projects, ELM (Electric Love Machine), Psycho Killers and Weekapaug Orchestra. Anyone who has seen these guys in action will know that they are no joke and are perfectly capable of doing justice to our beloved Phish. The art of improvisation is strong among this group, who have all been playing together in one outlet or another for many years. Their last show together was played at Baltimore’s favorite local venue The 8×10 as an afterparty for a scorching Dark Star Orchestra show at Pier Six Pavilion. Not only did Phoam shred the place to pieces, they packed out the venue, nearly selling it out.

This time, the quartet will be bringing their Phish tribute to Baltimore Soundstage as a benefit concert for Toys For Tots, an incredible program that collects new, unwrapped toys and distributes them as Christmas gifts to less fortunate children as a message of hope. Plus, Baltimore Soundstage is offering an EXTRA incentive to participate in the benefit portion of this performance. Anyone who brings new, unwrapped toys for Toys for Tots will be entered into a drawing to win a grand prize of tickets to EVERY Soundstage show in 2017! There will also be other drawings that will allow winners to win two tickets to a show of their choice in 2017. The show will take place on Friday, November 25, including an opening performance from local Baltimore sensations LITZ, starting at 9:00 pm. Doors will open at 8:00, and tickets are just $15.00 in advance ($18.00 day of show). Hope to see you there for great music, great people and a great cause!


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Photo by Jordan August
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