SiriusXM announced the launch of Phish Radio today, which will take the place of their current Jam On offerings on channel 29. Jam On will move to be exclusively on the SiriusXM app and online at

Phish Radio will launch tomorrow, June 14, at noon ET and will broadcast the first of Phish’s three sets at this weekend’s Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN, in the evening. The band will then play two sets to close out the fest on Sunday, which will also be available via a Phish Radio broadcast.

“My bandmates and I are thrilled to have a home at SiriusXM where Phish fans can hear music from over three decades of us making music together,” keyboardist Page McConnell says in a press announcement. “We’re excited to make Phish Radio an extension of who we are as a band and a welcome home for fans old and new.”

Phish Radio promises to offer selections from the band’s long career—both studio and live—plus music from their influences, along with recurring segments hosted by the band members, interviews and live broadcasts from Phish’s 2019 tour, which kicked off in St. Louis earlier this week. The channel will also play “regular programming dedicated to the extended Jam On community,” while Jam On moves to the SiriusXM app and