Event Overview

JTP’s founder, Jim Tobin, has worked with Phish for many years. Phish, believed by many to be the forerunners of the modern day American music festival, helped pave the way for mass, multi-day gatherings of music lovers, taking the concert-going experience to a whole new level. With Phish, Jim helped to lay the foundation of what has become a major industry in America and across the globe – the modern day music festival.

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  • The Clifford Ball – 1996 – Plattsburg, NY: Security Direction
  • The Great Went – 1997 – Loring Air Force Base – Limestone, ME: Operations Management
  • Lemonwheel – 1998 – Loring Air Force Base – Limestone, ME: Operations Management
  • Oswego County Airport – 1999 – Oswego, NY: Operations Management
  • Big Cypress – 1999 – Big Cypress, FL: Operations Management
  • Festival 8 – 2009 – Indio, CA: Site Operations Direction
  • Superball IX – 2011 – Watkins Glen, NY: Site Operations Direction
  • Bader Field – 2012 – Atlantic City, NJ: Site Operations Direction
  • Magnaball – 2015 – Watkins Glen, NY: Site Operations Direction
  • Dick's Sporting Goods Park – 2011-2017 – Commerce City, CO: Site Operations Direction
I’ve had the pleasure of working with Jim Tobin for well over 15 years running. I’ve always been impressed with Jim’s dedication and passion, his ability to multitask and his instant response time in coming up with creative solutions to a variety of challenges. Most importantly, Jim has been able to consistently help realize our vision and maintain our high standards.
— Richard Glasgow (Tour Director, Phish)