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The THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS show that was rescheduled for June 19th, 2021 at Washington’s has been rescheduled for Saturday May 14th, 2022. Existing tickets will be honored to the rescheduled show. The refund end date has passed and we are no longer offering refunds for this show. If you can no longer attend, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with your order number, the name and email address you’d like to transfer tickets into. We appreciate your support for THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS and Washington’s and we will see you all next year!
In honor of the album that made them an international act, They Might Be Giants is celebrating Flood’s 30th anniversary in 2022 by performing the album, in its entirety, on stages in select cities across the US. The show is “an evening with” and TMBG will play two full sets with their barnstorming live band featuring the show-stopping Curt Ramm on trumpet. How will it be presented? In sequence, in reverse sequence, alphabetical, or mixed into additional repertoire? It could be different on any given night. But, in addition to Flood, the song selection in the “evening with” show will span the band’s entire career from early favorites to brand new tracks, as well as the live improvisations that have become a highlight of TMBG shows.
Before Alternative Rock, when rock dinosaurs still roamed the earth, They Might Be Giants crawled out of the primordial performance art scene of the Lower East Side and on to the college rock scene with a series of breakthrough songs and best-selling albums. Vaulted into the national scene by a series of highly creative videos, the band ultimately garnered the attention of the powerhouse major-label Elektra Entertainment. Collaborating with British hit-makers Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley, as well as emerging indie engineers Roger Moutenot and Patrick Dillett, the band embarked on an album that would leave their lo-fi roots behind in exchange for a sonic adventure to be called Flood. Embraced by critics and audiences alike, the 19-song album would go on to go platinum and garner a clutch of timeless favorites for the band including “Birdhouse in Your Soul,” “Your Racist Friend,” “Istanbul (Not Constantinople),” “Particle Man,” “Dead,” and many others.