Runaway Gin – A Tribute to Phish Announce Winter 2020 Tour Dates

After a sold out post-Phish performance at the Charleston Pour House this past Friday, December 6th, Charleston’s very own Phish tribute band, Runaway Gin have announced a new set of tour dates. The band, which has been voted the best Phish tribute band in the world, and is also the most active Phish tribute in the world, will hit the road for 16 dates starting in January.

Charleston date is Saturday, February 8th at Charleston Pour House.

Runaway Gin has also just released full show soundboards from their Norva debut on November 29th, containing both a 30-plus minute “You Enjoy My Frankenstein” and a 24-minute “Runaway Jim”on the anniversary of Phish’s longest jam: The Worcester Centrum Jam on November 29th, 1997. Check those soundboards out here.

Runaway Gin Winter 2020 Tour Dates

Friday, January 10th, The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
Saturday,  January 11th : Mercy Lounge – Nashville, TN
Friday, January 24th : Ramkat – Winston-Salem, NC
Saturday, January 25th : 5 Points Music Sanctuary – Roanoke, VA
Thursday and Friday , January 30 + 31st : Old Town Pub – Steamboat Springs, CO
Saturday, February 1st: Cervantes Other Side – Denver, CO
Saturday, February 8th: Charleston Pour House – Charleston, SC
Friday, February 28th: the Orpheum – Tampa, FL
Saturday, February 29th: Revolution Live – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Thursday, March 5th: PHOME – Portland, ME 
Friday, March 6th: Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MASaturday, March 7th: Arch Street Tavern – Hartford, CT
Friday, March 20th: the Senate – Columbia, SC
Saturday, March 21st: Neighborhood Theatre – Charlotte, NC
Friday, March 27th: Ardmore Music Hall – Ardmore, PA
Saturday, March 28th: Thunderbird Music Hall – Pittsburgh, PA
Friday, May 1st: the Pour House Music Hall – Raleigh, NC
Saturday, May 2nd: the Broadberry – Richmond, VA

Chris Huber

Chris Huber is the Founder & Editor of Extra Chill. He started this blog in 2011 as a freshman at the College of Charleston, where he earned a B.A. in Creative Writing in 2015. Still residing in Charleston, Chris now runs Extra Chill full time while moonlighting as a sailing charter captain on Folly Beach. His roles include the management of the blog itself, the team, web development, and event curation. Things have changed a lot around here since our humble beginnings as a college blog. Head on over to our about page to unravel the full story of Extra Chill.

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