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Phish Concert San Francisco Death

Phish Concert San Francisco Death
Phish Concert San Francisco Death

Phish Concert San Francisco Death: Anastasio, the band’s lead vocalist, and guitarist, finally took a minute at a tour stop in Oregon to express “a few words to our beloved Phish community” two days after one of their fans died after a Phish performance at Chase Center in San Francisco.

Ahead of a tour stop in Eugene on Tuesday, Oct. 19, Anastasio addressed the crowd, saying, “We had some very horrible stuff happen at the last performance that we did, and I just wanted to say a couple of words about how devastated we all are.”

Anastasio was alluding to the death of Ryan Prosser, 47, of Athens, New York, on Sunday, Oct. 17 — the second day of Phish’s two-night stay at Oracle Arena, home of the Golden State Warriors — during the band’s two-night stand.

Phish Concert San Francisco Death

At least two other individuals were hurt in a second event, which authorities think was an accident when another guy fell from the venue’s upper levels and landed on a person in a seat below at approximately 9:45 p.m.

According to the San Francisco Police Department, there is no indication of foul play and that Prosser’s death, which occurred at around 8:55 p.m. Sunday, may have been caused by him voluntarily jumping from a balcony at the venue, according to a statement released on Tuesday afternoon.

Around 9:45 p.m. Sunday, Reeves was sitting in Section 213 while waiting for the band’s second set to begin when the guy collapsed and landed on him.

“Right inside portal 50, between sections 213 and 214, there’s a flat foyer area with one row of folding ADA seats at the very front,” explained Reeves, a 44-year-old Oakland resident. “Right inside portal 50, between sections 213 and 214, there’s a flat foyer area with one row of folding ADA seats at the very front.” In the meantime, I was sitting cross-legged on the floor directly behind those chairs, waiting for the second set to begin.”

Phish Concert San Francisco Death
Phish Concert San Francisco Death

He had originally been allocated to the second row of upper deck Section 217, but he had relocated to a different location because he “…didn’t feel secure dancing in that section.”

“Because the balcony rows are so tiny, it’s quite difficult to dance at your seat without danger of tripping and falling,” he explained. “I just made the decision to look for another location.”

The unintentional fall occurred approximately an hour after an attendee died after falling from the top level of the Chase Center onto the seats in Section 116.

The cause of the tragic fall is still under investigation by San Francisco officials, but the San Francisco Medical Examiner on Tuesday named the victim as Ryan Prosser, a 47-year-old Athens, New York resident.

Phish Concert San Francisco Death
Phish Concert San Francisco Death

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