Article Contributed by Greg Knight | Published on Tuesday, May 18, 2021

After early September appearances at 4848 Festival in West Virginia and Bonnaroo in Tennessee, Goose will return to New York City for a pair of shows at Terminal 5 on 10/8-9, marking their first public indoor shows in 568 days. The band’s previous NYC performance was a sold-out show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, a venue nearly one-fifth the size of Terminal 5. Subsequent stops include a Halloweekend run through The State Theatre in Portland, ME (10/28-29), and The Palladium in Worcester, MA (10/30-31).

“Really fascinated to see the kind of energy we’re going to create with our fans this Fall. There’s really nothing like all being in the same room together, and it’s been so long, I have a feeling we’re going to see some really special nights…especially in all of these new places we’ve never played before.” -Peter Anpsach (vocals, guitar, keys).

The band will migrate to uncharted territory in November, beginning with inaugural Atlanta shows at recently constructed venue The Eastern. After making their New Orleans debut at The Republic (11/9), Goose will touch down in Texas for the first time, playing four shows in Houston, Austin, and Dallas. Tour concludes in Denver at Mission Ballroom, the band’s largest venue to date.

With the exception of the Mission Ballroom shows, a limited number of tickets to each fall date are now available through a fan lottery running today through Wednesday, May 19th at 5 PM ET. Entrants will be notified by end of day on Wednesday, May 19th.

Pre-sale tickets will be available on Thursday, May 20th at 10 AM venue local time using the code ‘STOCKS’. General on-sale commences this Friday, May 21st at 10 AM venue local time.

For the Mission Ballroom shows, lottery will run until 5 PM venue local time on Wednesday, May 26th, followed by a presale from 10 AM - 10 PM local time on Thursday, May 27th. General on-sale begins on Friday, May 28th at 10 AM venue local time.

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