Last weekend's three Phish concerts in Atlantic City led to more than 60 arrests and the confiscation of a large cache of drugs, from marijuana to nitrous oxide to LSD.

There were 64 arrests and almost $300,000 worth of drugs seized before, during and after the band played three concerts at Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City police said.

An additional $12,251 was seized and believed to be the proceeds of drugs sold at the concert, cops said.

Police conducted several undercover operations in the areas surrounding the shows held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Police said they confiscated 70 nitrous oxide tanks, about 19 ounces of marijuana, four marijuana laced brownies, 16 marijuana-laced rice crisp treats, 66 marijuana-laced cookies and 134.9 grams of psilocybin mushrooms.

They also confiscated 30.7 grams of cocaine and 2.2 grams of Heroin.

After the Saturday evening show, two officers were injured while attempting to arrest two men who were resisting, cops said. One officer sustained a hand injury while another was assaulted with nitrous oxide. Both were treated and released.

Another officer's radio was stolen while he was trying to arrest another male who was also resisting, cops said.

"I think it dampened but didn't disrupt their enjoyment," Sgt. Monica McMenamin, of the Atlantic City Police Department, said of the arrests. "We did the best we could to allow them to enjoy their time in Atlantic City this weekend."