The folks from Phish will be back in Atlantic City this fall for a three-night appearance at Boardwalk Hall kicking off on Halloween.
The performances will be the final ones in a tour that begins Oct. 18 in Hampton, Va. and concludes Nov. 2 in Atlantic City.
The popular jam band, led by frontman Trey Anastasio are becoming regular visitors to Atlantic City.
The band headlined a two-day festival at Bader Field in Atlantic City in 2011. It also performed a three-night Halloween-weekend gig in Atlantic City in 2010.
Local Phish fans will be particularly excited about the Halloween show, as the band traditionally covers a legendary album in its entirety during their annual Oct. 31 shows.
In 2010, they performed Little Feat's "Waiting for Columbus" in Atlantic City.
The Press of Atlantic City's columnist Pinky Kravitz first revealed the plans for a tour stop in the resort on July 17.
An online ticket request period for the tour is currently underway at http://tickets.phish.com/ and will end on Sunday, Aug. 4, at 11:59 p.m. Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning August 8th and continue through the 10th. For complete ticketing details, visit http://phish.com/.