Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will head to the Ardmore Music Hall outside Philadelphia, PA for a pair of free livestream performances on Saturday, April 24th and Sunday, April 25th. The performances will mark Pigeons Playing Ping Pong’s first time back on the Ardmore stage since 2015.
Both concerts will be be available to stream free of charge via Ardmore Music Hall’s YouTube channel and via streaming partners Nugs.net. Tips for the band and venue staff are encouraged. Event merchandise and VIP ticketing are also available, including a signed custom foil poster, virtual soundcheck access, and both nights of audio recordings. Head here for details.
In addition to the free livestream, Ardmore Music Hall will welcome a limited, socially-distanced and masked audience of 100 fans per night. Fans can enter a “Golden Ticket” Raffle & Online Auction for a chance to win tickets to each respective show. At the conclusion of each of the raffle drawings, several dozen winners will receive a pair of tickets per show, and an online silent auction for additional pairs of tickets will go live. The raffle is live now here.
The announcement of the Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Ardmore streams comes in the wake of an April Fools “live STREAM” from the band that wound up being a stream of an actual stream—think less concert webcast, more babbling brook.
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong have an ever-growing list of spring tour dates on the schedule including a mix of socially distant venues as well as appearance at Suwannee Surprise later this month their Domefest: Party In The Pods weekend event in May, and more. For a complete list of upcoming Pigeons Playing Ping Pong 2021 tour dates, head here.