They Might Be Giants gear up for east coast shows

There's also a couple of midwest gigs on their itinerary

They Might Be Giants are set to perform a string of shows on the US east coast, kicking off this Saturday (May 9) in Tarrytown, NY.

This weekend’s show is an all-ages matinee performance, with two more family shows scheduled for July in Boston and New Haven, CT.

In addition to the family shows, the band will this summer perform two special shows of their 1990 album ‘Flood’ in its entirety in Boston and Kansas City, MO.


The band will tour the US in October and November, stay tuned to NME.COM for those dates.

They will play:

Tarrytown, NY Family Matinee (May 9)
Kansas City, MO Beaumont Club Special ‘Flood’ Show (22)
Kansas City, MO Family Show at Crowne City Sq. (23)
New York, NY Final Le Poisson Rouge Show (30)
Portland, ME Port City Music Hall (June 12)
Boston, MA Berklee Performance Center Family Matinee (13)
Boston, MA Berklee Performance Center Special ‘Flood’ Show (13)
New Haven, CT FREE Family Concert New Haven Green (14)
Brooklyn NY ‘Celebrate Brooklyn’ Prospect Park Band Shell (July 11)

–By our New York staff.
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