Phish have confirmed the details for their heavily rumored 13-night run at New York’s Madison Square Garden. “The Baker’s Dozen” residency will be held at the “World’s Most Famous Arena” from Friday, July 21 through Sunday, August 6. The Vermont Quartet have also announced that they will not tour this fall.

“The Baker’s Dozen” brings the band’s total performances at the famed arena to 52 shows since their Garden debut on December 30, 1994. With these 2017 performances, Phish will join an elite group of artists that have played over 50 shows at Madison Square Garden, including Elton John, Billy Joel and the Grateful Dead. Joel, who holds the record for most MSG performances, performs 12 shows—one a month—at the venue each.

Tickets to “The Baker’s Dozen” will be available as a 13-show package for the price of 12, or as individual nights. An online ticket request period for individual tickets and “Baker’s Dozen” packages are available now at Phish Tickets through Sunday, February 12 at 11:59 pm ET. Remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning February 17 at Noon ET. As with Phish’s most recent runs at The Garden, all floor tickets will be General Admission.

The members of Phish have toyed with the idea for a “Baker’s Dozen” run for years. In a 2007 interview with Relix, keyboardist Page McConnell mentioned a 13-night run as one of the off-the-wall ideas that was shut down by their original management company. In typical Phish prankster fashion, the group even discussed hosting the “Baker’s Dozen” set of shows at Providence, RI’s Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

Phish were featured on the cover of the October_November issue of Relix. The entire cover story is available here.

Here’s a look at Phish’s upcoming “Baker’s Dozen” at MSG

Friday, July 21
Saturday, July 22
Sunday, July 23
Tuesday, July 25
Wednesday, July 26
Friday, July 28
Saturday, July 29
Sunday, July 30
Tuesday, August 1
Wednesday, August 2
Friday, August 4
Saturday, August 5
Sunday, August 6