Phish will return to Watkins Glen, NY, this weekend for their eleventh festival, Curveball, and more details of the three-day offerings have been revealed, with the announcement of the schedules for the “From the Archives” radio show and the JEMP Records Store vinyl releases.
The Bunny, the Curveball festival radio, will again air “From the Archives,” a radio show hosted by archivist Kevin Shapiro featuring a deep dive into Phish’s history and catalog. The show will air Thursday at 10pm, and both Friday and Sunday at 3pm. Fans can listen to The Bunny for free (for the three-day festival) on SiriusXM Radio channel 29& or at LivePhish.com.
Additionally, Curveball organizers have announced that the onsite JEMP Records Store will release the exclusive, new vinyl pressing of Phish’s live album Slip Stitch and Pass on Friday at 1pm, Saturday at noon and Sunday at 2pm, until copies are sold out. Phish photographer Rene Huemer will also host a pop-up gallery at the store on Saturday at noon, while Drew Millward will have a poster release on Friday at 1pm, until the posters are sold out.
In other Curveball news, the Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office has announce some road closures around Watkins Glen International to help control the incoming traffic for the festival. Read more information on specific traffic routing via WENY.