Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will return to the Brooklyn Bowl stage on Saturday, February 6th, for a free livestream performance ahead of Super Bowl LV the following night.

In celebration of the big game, the jam-funk quartet will perform a two-set show featuring a “Halftime Hall of Fame” theme which promises tributes to some of the Super Bowl’s most iconic halftime performances of the past three decades. The free livestream will air via The Relix Channel exclusively on Twitch.

The Baltimore-based group has made a habit of mounting “themed,” cover-oriented shows through the years on special occasions like Halloween and New Year’s Eve. Past Pigeons Playing Ping Pong theme concepts have included “Flockbuster” (featuring music from classic films), “Stop Making Cake” (featuring the music of Talking Heads and Cake), “Red Hot Sgt. Peppers” (featuring the music of Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Beatles), and“Dead Zeppelin” (featuring the music of the Grateful Dead and Led Zeppelin).

“New year, fresh theme, elevated high energy psychedelic funk,” singer/guitarist “Scrambled Greg” Ormont says in a press statement about the band’s “Halftime Hall of Fame” theme. “We’ve been practicing a ton and definitely have a few trick plays up our sleeve to make this Super Bowl stream extra special.”

Proceeds from the Pigeons Playing Ping Pong virtual event at Brooklyn Bowl will benefit two separate organizations, Rex Foundation and Conscious Alliance. Rex Foundation is a national nonprofit established by the Grateful Dead to proactively provide extensive community support to creative endeavors in the arts, sciences, and education. Conscious Alliance is a nonprofit that connects a network of creatives to collect large-scale donations in order to combat hunger in historically underserved communities.

Fans can donate to the aforementioned organizations at pigeonslive.com. The ten highest donations received before 11:59 PM ET on Friday, February 5th will earn a Zoom meet and greet with the band following their performance.