[Courtesy of Christy Articola, one of the Phish community's most generous and gracious fans over the course of twenty-five years, and the Editor and Publisher of STTF. Do not miss user @farmose (formerly @fad_albert)'s "Horoscopes" in this STTF! -Ed.]
It's our 25th Anniversary issue and it's hard to believe---but amazing for us to contemplate---that we have been putting this magazine out to Phish fans for two and a half decades! We are so thankful for your support and readership, and we think you're really going to love this one.
This issue is full of good stuff for you! It includes information about this year's Fall Tour 2023 in Nashville, Dayton, and Chicago---where to eat, things to do, and things you need to know about each area and venue. You can read reviews of the second half of Summer Tour 2023 in this one, too.
Further, we offer articles on a variety of interesting topics that we know you'll just love and so much more, including articles about a new podcast, a new Phish-fan-focused book, a documentary with a Phish-based soundtrack, and more! And this issue also includes our regular features like recipes, My First Show, My Favorite Jam Ever, 20 Years Later, Phish Changed My Life, Everybody Loves Statistics, horoscopes, Celebrations, fan fiction, a puzzle, and other things we think you'll enjoy.
It's free to download, but we also accept donations if you feel so inclined.
Please check out this issue and tell your friends, and have a great time on Fall Tour this year, everyone! Thanks for all your support over these many years.
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