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Trey Anastasio Band tickets sell out in advance of Pabst Theater concert

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Trey Anastasio Band tickets have sold out in advance of the upcoming February 5 Pabst Theater concert. While it's possible that some more tickets will be released before the show, it's unlikely and no one should count on it happening. Options for obtaining tickets on the secondary market are sketchy and expensive, to say the least. The best possible scenario is to buy tickets from a trusted friend with extras and the worst possible scenario is buying a fake ticket on Craigslist or in front of the venue. Buying from the secondary ticket market can be expensive and you risk losing your money. You've been warned.

Trey Anastasio is best known as the front man for the wildly successful band Phish who have been together now for thirty years. The band took a hiatus from 2000-2002 and a larger more official break from 2004-2008. Phish have been playing some fiercely inspired concerts and festival dates over the last five years since Anastasio turned his life around and completed fourteen months of a New York drug court program. Anastasio's drug issues came to a head on December 15, 2006 when he was pulled over in Whitehall, NY and arrested for possession of illegal drugs. More information about Trey can be found at his official website.

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