Goose, the self described indie jam band, descended into Philadelphia, PA and delivered a smoking hot first night of a two night stand at the Fillmore Philly. Last night’s show was their first ever performance in the City of Brotherly Love, and for an extremely packed, sold out crowd. Goose’s epic rise in popularity continued last night, as many in the crowd were at their first ever show.
Today, ascending New York-based jam trio Baked Shrimp announced the initial lineup for LonCon Festival. The two-night camping event, running September 8-10, 2022, is generously hosted by the Yasgur Road campground. This year’s event, the second iteration of the band’s annual festival, will feature headlining appearances from lespecial and Baked Shrimp (two sets). Also making two set appearances are PA-based roots act Cabinet, and Brother Maker, a new project featuring former members of Turkuaz.
The rescheduled eighth annual Goosemas went off without a hitch last Saturday night and included many surprises, most notably the engagement of a band member during the second set. Hosted at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT by the rising jam band Goose, this year's event sold out to a significantly larger crowd than the last in person Goosemas.
THING returns Aug 26-28 in Port Townsend, WA featuring Jungle, Modest Mouse, Father John Misty, Goose, Sparks, Freddie Gibbs and much more!
Following its sold-out inaugural year in 2019, THING, the intimate three-day multidisciplinary event located at Fort Worden in scenic Port Townsend, WA, returns August 26-28, 2022. Produced by Seattle Theatre Group (STG) and Adam Zacks—STG’s Chief Programming Officer and founder of the acclaimed Sasquatch! Festival—the event features a unique and eclectic offering of tightly curated programming including music, comedy, food, podcasts, visual arts and more.
Blink once and you may miss GOOSE fly by. These days, that’s how it seems. Owing much of their success to an exponentially expanding fan base, steady creative output, and a collective commitment to pushing themselves to constantly improve, Goose has flourished over the last few years, emerging as one of the premier bands working today. Now the Connecticut rock group is proud to announce the release of their third studio album, DRIPFIELD.
On Saturday, February 26th at 8 PM ET a free live stream of Goosemas, the annual concert presented by emergent Connecticut rock quintet Goose, will broadcast on The Relix Channel Exclusively on Twitch. The band will take the stage at the Mohegan Sun Arena for the eighth annual iteration of their holiday show, a tradition that began with humble roots in the basement of a Connecticut recording studio.
Today, Connecticut-based rock quintet Goose share the official music video for their recently released single, “Borne.” The dulcet indie tune, now available at all DSPs and streaming services, ponders the grit, focus, and passion required to conceive a dream. While reminding us the journey is no easy undertaking, “Borne” celebrates the beauty of the inner flame that drives us all forward. The dreamlike video, directed by Dylan Hahn, captures a weary artist’s sojourn at a deserted cabin.
AEG Presents is thrilled to announce GOOSE live for 3 nights this summer across Colorado! Dillon Amphitheater on August 16 & 17, 2022, Doors 5:00pm, Show 6:00pm, and Red Rocks Amphitheatre on August 18, 2022, Doors 6:00pm, Show 7:00pm.
TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18 AT 10A MT FOR RRX & 11A MT FOR DILLON!
Dillon Amphitheater – General Admission tickets are $45.00, plus applicable service charges.
All ages are welcome.
The jam rock quintet Goose has been selling out shows and headlining venues where they previously served as the opening band because they deliver epic shows night after night, engage with fans via social media, and find new ways to exercise their creativity. This Connecticut based squad continues to rise up and come together, while attracting a kind and friendly fan base to join them on the ride.
The rising, self declared indie groove jam band Goose delivered a stellar performance on Saturday night's sold out show at San Francisco's iconic Regency Ballroom, and the first of a two night stand in the Bay Area. Prior to the 2022 Winter Tour, the band last played in California in February of 2020, just prior to the shutdown for the covid-19 pandemic, ironically at the Regency Ballroom. This night marked an exciting homecoming for the band and fans.