Pigeons Playing Ping Pong extend fall tour with added shows in Baltimore, Richmond
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The funkadelic jam band known as Pigeons Playing Ping Pong have added a handful of new concert dates for this fall following their energizing performance at Lockn Festival over the weekend. The dance-friendly rock band from Baltimore will now be playing a pair of hometown shows at Ram’s Head Live! on Nov. 23 and 24, in addition to a concert on Halloween night with The Kitchen Dwellers at The National in Richmond, Virginia on Oct. 31.

The four new concerts, which also includes a performance at Charlotte’s Neighborhood Theatre on Nov. 1, were announced by the jam band on Monday. The news comes along with some rock and roll momentum that the band picked up during their wildly fun appearance at Virginia's Lockn Festival over the weekend, where they provided fans with a high-energy party on Saturday for a mid-afternoon set. The concerts are added onto band’s previously announced North American fall tour, which begins this Friday (Aug. 31) in Buffalo, NY and keeps the rock quartet on the road now well into late November. Pigeons are also set to play San Francisco’s Regency Ballroom during the middle stage of the tour on Oct. 6.

Tickets to select shows on the tour, including the Halloween show as well as their two hometown performances at Ram’s Head Live! will be going on sale this Friday, and can be purchased by clicking here.

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong also recently announced that they would be making their live debut at the famous Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York shortly after the start of the New Year. The iconic venue just north of New York City has become a staple for fans and touring acts within the jam scene, as the venue is to the scene on the east coast in winter what Red Rocks Amphitheatre is for jam bands out west during the summer.

A full review of the band’s shows during their residency at Brooklyn Bowl earlier this year can be read by clicking here.