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Episode 62 of Flock Talk has just been released. Coming in the wake of the Domefest cancellation, Brad and Thomas of course discuss their reaction to the sad news. They also recap the Live from Out There sets so far, and play some hot archival tracks.
Sad sad news. The band has just announced that there will be no Domefest this year (link goes to Facebook post). I think we all pretty much knew that Domefest wouldn’t happen in May, but personally I was hoping it would be rescheduled.
I’m not sure what else to say… I was really looking forward to seeing all my flock family again this year on the mountain. Stay safe out there everyone, I know we’ll get to rage together again!
Pigeons just announced that they will be joining the Live From Out There digital concert series! This will be a series of concerts, both live and archival, that will be shown over the next 6 weeks. Proceeds will benefit Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, which aims to assist music industry professionals through this difficult time.
This weekend, Pigeons will be streaming live, as well as premiering the “Stop Making Cake” Halloween set from the House of Blues this past October, with a total of 5 live-streamed sets planned.
You can order the streams at nugs.tv. There are several options available, including individual sets for $4.99, a weekend pass for $14.99, or $49.99 to see all of the sets over the 6 weeks.
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Flock Talk Episode 61 has just been released. After a 2 week vacation, Thomas and Brad recap the last two weekends (Frisco, CO and the Midwest run), and discuss their favorite moments and jams. Then Dave DiCianni (Pigeons/Goose Manager) stops by to help us all understand what’s going on in this difficult time for the music industry. They talk about this past weekend’s successful live stream, and what we can expect in the weeks to come.
As a way of trying to make up for the postponed shows this weekend, Pigeons has just announced that they will be streaming live from Out There this Saturday (March 14) on nugs.tv (cost is $9.99 for the HD stream).
They will also be joined by our other favorite birdband, Goose! Both bands will get full sets, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Sweet Relief Musicians Fund COVID-19 fund. They support the music industry workers that are being affected by all of the recent show postponements. Goose will play at 8PM EST, followed by Pigeons at 9:30.
[2020-03-12 7:02PM] Update: The shows have been rescheduled (Original tickets will be honored). See dates below.
Sad news, everyone. The next 3 shows have been postponed:
Once again, the above 3 shows have been postponed. While this is less than ideal, I think we can agree it’s probably the best move right now, as many states/cities are already banning gatherings of people.
Statement from the band (From Facebook):
Due to rising concerns, this week’s shows in Knoxville, Nashville and Atlanta have been postponed. As much as we wanted these shows to go on, we’re obligated to prioritize the health of our communities and the people we love ❤️ Refunds will be available at the point of purchase and all tickets not refunded will be honored for the rescheduled dates TBD. Thank you for understanding and supporting us on Presto Tour, we will see you soon!
The new dates are:
Original tickets will be honored.