If you're going to be in Atlantic City this weekend for the Bader Field shows, be sure to check out the First Tube Poster Show presented by the Mothership Art Collective, a group of poster artists from around the country which has mounted several successful poster shows in the past around Phish multi-show runs.
The show will be held in the Westminster Room of the Trump Plaza Hotel on the AC Boardwalk (2225 Boardwalk) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free.
Artists displaying their work will include AJ Masthay, Mike DuBois, TRiPP, Ryan Kerrigan, John Warner, Erin Cadigan, Bruce Horan, Jiggs, Noah Phence, Dave Calarco (Mr. Miner, who will be selling and autographing his book "Mr Miner's Phish Thoughts"), Branden Otto, Lauren Domsky, Party Time Pins, Brian Kushner of PhanBadge, Adam Davidoff of Phishcoins, 10 Minute Tube Designs and Pin Me Down. Non-profits include PhanArt, Screen ‘n’ Suds, and The Mockingbird Foundation ("Phish.net").
Stop by and check out the Mockingbird Foundation table next to the PhanArt table where we will be selling stickers and an eclectic collection of past art from PhanArt's collection for donations. As always, donations to the not for profit and all volunteer Phish fan Mockingbird Foundation support music education for underserved kids (we've donated over $720,000 so far since 2001) and the non-profit, no advertisiing operation of this website and information archive, www.phish.net and our mobile smartphone version m.phish.net.
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