Baltimore-based funkers Pigeons Playing Ping Pong have revealed dates for a major summer tour. Coming on the heels of their recently-released Pleasure album, the summer dates will take them throughout the country, hitting many major festivals along the way.The band’s summer dates begin later this month, when they host their very own Domefest from May 19th through the 21st. They’ll also appear at Summer Camp, Revival Fest, Disc Jam, Great Outdoors Jam, Merryland Music Festival, Camp Barefoot, The Big What?, Buffalove Music Festival, Deep Roots Mountain Revival and, last but not least, Catskill Chill. Is that a lot of festivals or what?!Of course the schedule features some standalone headlining performances, including sets at the NorVA, Terminal West, and more. You can catch the full schedule below, and head to the band’s website for more information.Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Tour Dates5/19-21 Bedford, PA Domefest 5/27 Chillicothe, IL – Summer Camp 5/29 Harmony Park, MN – Revival Fest 6/9-12 Stephentown, NY – Disc Jam 6/29 Asheville, NC – Asheville Music Hall 6/30 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West 7/1-2 Branford, FL – Great Outdoors Jam 7/3 Charleston, SC Charleston Pour House 7/10 Columbia, MD – Merryland Music Festival 7/21 Mebane, NC – The Big What? 7/22 Norfolk, VA – The NorVA 7/29 Burlington, VT – Nectar’s7/30 Utica, NY – Saranac Brewery (w/ Moe.) 7/31 Westfield, NY – Buffalove Music Festival 8/18-20 Elkins, WV – Camp Barefoot 8/26 Lancaster, NH – NH Hempfest 9/16 Masontown, WV – Deep Roots Mountain Revival9/22-24 Thornville, OH – Resonance Music Festival 9/23-25 Lakewood, PA – Catskill Chill
Related Shows The King and I Marin Mazzie & Daniel Dae Kim(Photo: Caitlin McNaney) Star Files View Comments A new King of Siam and Broadway queen shall dance in the stunning Lincoln Center revival of The King and I beginning on May 3. Lost alum Daniel Dae Kim will make his Great White Way debut in the role that earned Ken Watanabe a 2015 Tony nod. Three-time Tony nominee Marin Mazzie will rock a hoop skirt, replacing Tony winner Kelli O’Hara as Anna Leonowens. As previously reported, the songbird makes a welcome return to the theater following the happy news that she is in remission after a battle with ovarian cancer. The actress was diagnosed in May 2015, while she was starring in Zorba! at New York City Center. The Vivian Beaumont Theater’s newest resplendent couple recently got to know the press, and we absolutely cannot wait to see them in action. Be sure to catch The King and I (currently starring the wonderful Analisa Leaming and Jose Llana), and take a look at these soon-to-be Broadway royals above! Marin Mazzie Show Closed This production ended its run on June 26, 2016
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC) – Shamarh Brooks hit his 12th first class half-century and his third of the Regional four-day season, to lead a Barbados Pride recovery against Leeward Islands Hurricanes on the opening day of the sixth round encounter here Saturday.Slumping at 19 for two early in the morning at Kensington Oval, Pride finished on 302 for eight, with the right-handed Brooks top-scoring with 63.Test batsman Roston Chase made 49 while West Indies left-handed Jonathan Carter extended his decent form from the one-day series against England with 46.Captain Kevin Stoute weighed in with 41 and Justin Greaves and Jomel Warrican both ended unbeaten on 30 to further rally the Pride innings.Veteran seamer Gavin Tonge (3-39) and Test rookie Alzarri Joseph (3-39) were the best bowlers on show with three wickets apiece.Opting for first knock, Pride found themselves in trouble when they lost left-handed openers Omar Phillips (6) and Anthony Alleyne (11) cheaply inside the first hour.Phillips edged a prod at Tonge to be caught at the wicket in the sixth over and 12 balls later, Alleyne drove the same bowler to Kacey Carty at mid-off.Brooks then combined with Chase to put on 106 for the third wicket, a partnership which took Pride to the safety of lunch at 116 without further loss.They were separated in the fourth over following the resumption when Chase edged Tonge to captain Kieran Powell at second slip, after facing 47 balls in just over 1-3/4 hours and counting six fours a six.His departure triggered a slide as three wickets tumbled for 19 runs to leave the hosts on 144 for five.It was then the turn of Carter and Stoute to revive the innings, putting on 75 for the sixth wicket, to carry Pride to tea at 212 for five.Carter struck seven fours off 103 balls in nearly two hours at the crease while Stoute hit two fours and two sixes off 102 deliveries.When three wickets fell for 38 runs, Greaves and Warrican ensured the tail wagged by adding 45 in an unbroken ninth wicket partnership.PRIDE 1st InningsO Phillips c wkp Hamilton b Tonge 6A Alleyne c Carty b Tonge 11S Brooks c wkp Hamilton b Joseph 63R Chase c Powell b Tonge 49J Carter lbw b Bonner 46+S Dowrich c Cornwall b Joseph 0*K Stoute lbw b Joseph 41J Greaves not out 30K Roach c wkp Hamilton b Bonner 3J Warrican not out 30Extras (b2, lb2, w2, nb17) 23TOTAL (8 wkts, 93 overs) 302To bat: Miguel Cummins.Fall of wickets: 1-14, 2-19, 3-125, 4-144, 5-144, 6-219, 7-245, 8-257.Bowling: Joseph 21-8-39-3 (w1, nb1)), Tonge 14.4-6-29-3 (nb5), Hosein 9-0-48-0, Cornwall 19-0-71-0 (nb6), Campbell 15-2-65-0 (nb1), Bonner 14.2-4-46-2 (w1, nb4).
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