FYI Surrender to the Flow's Summer 2022 issue has been released and it is available for download at this link here. (https://sttflow.gumroad.com/l/sttf74) While it is free to download after you provide an email address, donations are encouraged as STTF has been a labor of love for many years and we at dot net hope you support it! There will be paper copies circulated on tour, so you may see it in the lot or at a show, but you're far more likely to see it if you download a PDF of it. (There likely will be a paper copy available for perusal at the WaterWheel table at shows, too.)
This issue includes information about the Summer Tour from Great Woods to Alpine, e.g., where to eat, things to do, and things you need to know about the towns and the venues. The issue also includes reviews of the Spring Run 2022, articles including ...
a re-print of the interview with the National History Museum Whale, WaterWheel's 25th Anniversary, fans helping others, and things to do during the day at each stop on tour!
This issue also includes regular features like recipes, "My First Show," "Phish Changed My Life," "Everybody Loves Statistics," "Celebrations," fan fiction, a puzzle, and other phishy things you'll likely enjoy. So check it out!
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