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Phish heads happy down by the creek

Campground turns into one big party during band’s annual stop at SPAC

Phish concert campers staying at Lee's Park on Saratoga Lake walk along "Shakedown St." on Thursday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Phish concert campers staying at Lee's Park on Saratoga Lake walk along "Shakedown St." on Thursday morning.
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• Phish storms into SPAC • Fresh Phish gives its fans what they want For one weekend a year, Justin “Gator” Gates finds himself mayor of City Hall. The 34-year-old Glens Falls man presides over a full-sized cooler brimming with beer, a large open-air tent and a veritable settlement of campsites that seem to proliferate around the shady grove he first selected on the shore of Fish Creek four years ago. His duties as mayor? ...


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