Pigeons Playing Ping Pong has announced a Daft Side Of The Moon theme for this year’s run of Halloween shows. The three-night run spread across two states and the District of Columbia will see a combination of Daft Punk and Pink Floyd covers.
The run begins on October 29th at The Anthem in Washington, D.C. before traveling to Pittsburgh, PA’s Stage AE on October 30th. Finally, Pigeons’ Halloween run comes to a climactic finish on October 31st at EXPRESS LIVE! in Columbus, OH. The band has promised unique setlists for each night as they mine the entirety of Pink Floyd’s expansive catalog and imbue the psych-rock with the dancefloor energy of the electronic French duo. Each show will also feature opening support from liquid funk trio SunSquabi.
Tickets for all three Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Daft Side of the Moon Halloween shows are on sale now via the band’s website.
The triumphant return of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong’s favored Halloween mashup shows comes after the band was forced to put on a delayed Flockbuster performance at an empty The 8×10 in Baltimore on 11/21/20. Previous PPPP Halloween costumes have included Stop Making Cake featuring the music of Cake and Talking Heads, Red Hot Sargent Peppers combining Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Beatles, Dead Zeppelin, and more.
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