Aug 16, 2012, 11:08 AM EST
Here’s an episode of Someone Famous Wore Philly Gear Once we didn’t expect to ever see. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Justin Bieber paired a Flyers baseball hat with a tie-dyed t-shirt while attending last night’s Phish concert in Long Beach, California. You can see him pictured above with girlfriend Selena Gomez back stage.
Bieber’s musical director is apparently a huge Phish fan. The band’s lighting guru, Chris Kuroda, will even be doing work for the Bieb’s next tour.
As most Philly-area Phish fans already know, guitarist Trey Anastasio is a huge Flyers fan (video), so perhaps the Biebs was trying to butter up the jam band legends.
>>Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez Hang at Phish Show, Meet Band (Exclusive) [Hollywood Reporter]
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