Watch a replay of Phish: Live From The Ninth Cube special New Year’s Eve concert presented by SiriusXM’s Phish Radio. SiriusXM subscribers can relive the one-of-a-kind livestream, or experience it for the first time, exclusively on the SXM App, available now through March 1. Watch Phish: Live From The Ninth Cube exclusively on the SXM App (https://siriusxm.us/PhishNinthCube). No car required.
Also, listen to SiriusXM Phish Radio to hear musical highlights with behind-the-scenes commentary about the historic performance. Phish Radio is available to SiriusXM subscribers on their phone and connected devices at home including Fire TV, Apple TV, Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Android TVs and more with the SXM App.
The unprecedented viewing event took place in the wake of the postponement of Phish’s traditional New Year’s Run at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Instead, the band performed on December 31 without an audience, but with full arena production. Phish: Live From The Ninth Cube marked the first time Phish had included a dialogue with their fans during a show via social media comments and requests, which were viewable by the band as they performed.
The three-set livestream was a part of the band’s “Dinner And A Movie” series, where the band provides a variety of recipes that fans make and then post photos of their results. New Year’s Eve recipes from the band included a whole roasted chicken with lemon, a lemon pasta vegetarian entrée, guitarist Trey Anastasio’s very own recipe for lemonade, and lemon bars for dessert.
The “Dinner And A Movie” series has raised money via the band’s WaterWheel Foundation to help non-profits around the country (and beyond). SiriusXM generously underwrote production costs to make the Phish: Live From The Ninth Cube livestream free and to contribute to Phish’s mission of bringing their community together to support those in need.
The WaterWheel Foundation raised over $300,000 from fan donations for six non-profits close to the Phish community on New Year’s Eve, bringing the total monies raised during the pandemic to over $1.2 million. Additional donations can be made any time at www.phish.com/waterwheel.
View Phish: Live From The Ninth Cube on the band’s exclusive SiriusXM channel, Phish Radio. Preview the performance by watching “Tube” from Phish: Live From The Ninth Cube below:
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