The Newport Daily
Express (printed immediately after the festival)
provides excellent coverage and awesome photos of
5 day festival in Northern Vermont. This is
the only daily paper in the
entire area for 35 miles and was printed only a few
miles from the actual
concert. That's real local coverage!
Since the entire area is so rural and only 5 miles from
Border, the total circulation of this paper is only
5,000 and they were
completely sold out within hours!
Most of the
5,000 were delivered to local residents who simply
them after they were read. Very few new copies
exist which makes them
extremely rare. They will never be printed
again. This local newspaper
will continue to increase in value year after year!
Most of this
paper is devoted to the Phish Concert including great
photos, and a full 2 page photo spread in the middle.
The headline reads
"Phish - A Coventry Farewell" and the first
article is entitled "Coventry 2004 -
Woodstock plus 35" which compares their final
concert to Woodstock.
Below the headline there's an excellent photo of
the band beginning their
first set on Saturday night.
This was a
very unique festival... the absolute biggest thing to
ever happen in
Northern Vermont.... maybe even in the whole state!
Heavy rains for 4 solid
days turned the fields into mud and unfortunately made
it impossible for many
fans to get here.
By Saturday there was absolutely nowhere to put the
remaining cars (due to the
mud) and people were asked to turn around. Of'
course the die hard fans were
going to get there no matter what and more than 2,500
cars were abandoned on
the interstate. Over 6,000 fans walked 10 -
20 miles in heavy rain to get to this
newspaper completely covers everything both inside and
out of the
concert including the music, the unique events due to
the weather and
location, and the great Phish fans from all over the
world who made
it to this small remote corner of Northern Vermont.
If you attended you know
that this was truly a historic event, but either way
you now have a chance to own one of these extremely rare
Remember... there were
only 5,000 of these printed, most of them no
longer exist... and there will never be another Phish
This newspaper from the actual location of their final
farewell is no
doubt a collector's item and will continue to increase
in value year
The limited number now
available are brand new (never even been opened)
and are priced way below their actual value.
This will make a great gift for any Phish fan and a
great addition to any
memorabilia collection. Don't miss out!
Order yours now while supplies
last and own a rare piece of rock and roll history
dedicated to the final
farewell of one of the greatest bands of all time!!
*Note - Your paper is
guaranteed to be authentic (not a copy but the actual
paper printed in
Northern Vermont immediately after their final
performance) and will be rushed to you via First
Class Mail in a special protective envelope.