​Renowned rock photographer Danny Clinch will bring a special Phish-centric “Clinch Crates” photo sale to New York City on August 5, held at the Sonos flagship Soho store.

​The pop-up store will detail Clinch’s longstanding relationship with the band, which stretches nearly their entire musical career, in honor of their historic Baker’s Dozen run at Madison Square Garden. Fans will have a chance to purchase rare images of the band both on and off stage, meet Clinch and hear the stories behind his work. ​The one-day print sale will fun from 10 AM-5 PM at the store located at 101 Greene Street.

​On the event, Clinch said: “The Clinch Crates idea comes from a recent moment when I was in my storage unit and discovered piles of old school prints of mine. I began to dig through them and I discovered many gems hidden in these piles. Some I had printed myself: small prints, large prints, contact sheets, and polaroids. I would come upon a box for example with PHISH written on it and it would be filled with incredible moments I had captured. In the spirit of digging through milk crates for vinyl records, the idea of digging through crates for photographs was born, and by keeping the costs of these prints affordable, it allows fans a unique opportunity to own a fine art photograph of musicians they admire.”

​A portion of all print sales will benefit the band’s WaterWheel Foundation.