@TreysGuitar, maybe the band asked? Seeing how few people wore masks at outdoor shows, they might have felt a little refresher course was needed before they started indoor shows.Not that I'm arguing with anything the post is saying, but the band actually has nothing to do with this site. That would be phish.com - this is a fan-controlled site.
Whatever your personal feelings on the subject, Phish has made their stance perfectly clear. This article wouldn't be on the front page of this website if the band wasn't on board with his advice.
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