Goose

Rising indie-groove act Goose has found a way to make the best out of a bleak summer for music fans. From their participation in virtual festivals like Bonnaroo and Live From Out There to their wildly successful, self-produced Bingo Tour, the band has maintained a connection to fans while patiently growing their brand online.

Today, Connecticut-based indie-groove band Goose announced a pair of live, socially distant concerts at South Farms in Morris, CT. On Friday, October 30th and Saturday, October 31st, the band will return to the multipurpose outdoor venue with a grid-like layout where the audience is situated in pairs, on 8’x8’ plots of grass.

Higher Ground is pleased to announce Goose will perform at the Higher Ground Drive-In Experience at the Champlain Valley Expo on Friday, October 2nd, 2020. Tickets go on sale Thursday, September 10th at 10am ET.

GOOSE

Friday, October 2nd, 2020

Higher Ground Drive-In Experience at the Champlain Valley Expo

GA $125 per vehicle

Gates 6:00PM, Show 7:00PM

All ages. Rain or shine

ANNOUNCE: Wednesday, September 9th at 10am ET

PUBLIC ON SALE: Thursday, September 10th at 10am ET

Today, Connecticut-based indie-groove band Goose announced a pair of socially distant live concerts at South Farms in Morris, CT. The event venue, a multipurpose farm, has designed a grid-like layout where the audience is situated in pairs, on an 8’x8’ plot of grass.

“We’re looking forward to playing a live show in our home state for the first time since December… people won’t be right up against the stage so I’m going to need everyone to bust out dance moves that are epic enough for me to see while we play”

 -Ben Atkind (Drums)

After selling out their first show in less than 24-hours American Indie-Groove band Goose announced a second show at the Yarmouth Drive-in on Cape Cod. Goose will take the stage live at New England’s largest entertainment venue Friday, September 11 at 8:00 pm and Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 PM. The Saturday show has already sold out.

After completing an innovative and well-received virtual “Bingo Tour” earlier this summer, Connecticut indie-groove band Goose announced its return to the stage with a socially distanced drive-in show on Cape Cod. Hosted at the Yarmouth Drive-In on Saturday, September 12th, the band will play an outdoor multi-set show, with fans situated in designated socially distant areas adjacent to their vehicles. Having not performed for an audience since early March, Goose is looking forward to playing live.

Today, ascending indie-groove band Goose announced the upcoming release of the new live album, “Alive and Well,” their first full-length offering in almost four years. Set for digital release on April 10th, the album will feature a selection of various tracks from 2019 - a seminal year in the quartet’s short history. The highly anticipated project is Goose’s first live album and captures the refined sound that propelled their epochal rise to national acclaim.

On a cold, sleepy midweek night in February, two of the country’s best jam bands descended on the Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo. Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and the growing like wildfire Goose were on an extended tour that included two sold-out nights at the legendary Troubadour club in Los Angeles, just a few nights before. A pair of Seattle fans that had been following the band across the southwest for the previous seven shows were pleasantly surprised to find a half-full venue at this stop in the rural college town of SLO.

For the droves of fans who block off dates months in advance, repeatedly caravan with friends to North Plains, Oregon, and grow their festival families year after year, Northwest String Summit continues to add world-class entertainment to their already stacked lineup for their 19th annual event.

In true migratory bird fashion, Connecticut-based indie-groove band Goose made their second tropical appearance this winter, playing three sets on “Rock Legends Cruise” this weekend. Taking place aboard Royal Caribbean’s “Independence of the Seas,” the five-day floating festival featured performances by musical legends of the past six decades, including Roger Daltrey (The Who), Nancy Wilson (Heart), Robby Kreiger (The Doors), Larkin Poe and Brandon “Taz” Niederauer.

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