Ping pong pigeons confirm 2021 New Years race in Asheville
The New Years concert themed “Arena 54 NYE” will be supported by Keller Williams and Funk You.
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will present a two-night New Years Run in Asheville with an “Arena 54 NYE” theme from December 31 to late 2021. The group will begin the ride at The Orange Peel on December 30 before returning to ExploreAsheville.com Arena on New Years Eve.
Solo band Keller Williams and Georgian band Funk You will open for Pigeons Playing Ping Pong on New Years Eve. PPPP performed “The Electric Kool-Aid Asheville Test” at ExploreAsheville.com Arena on December 31, 2019.
The Baltimore-based quartet’s ‘intergalactic disco celebration’ on New Years Eve “will combine unusual alien elements from Area 51 with the disco pastiche of one of history’s most renowned nightclubs, the Studio 54, ”according to a statement from Pigeons Play Ping Pong. “If Dave Grohl says it, it must be true, the disco is back! said PPPP leader Greg Ormont in reference to Foo Fighters’ Hail satin tribute album recorded as the Dee Gees. “I think we set the bar pretty high the last time we played on New Years Eve in this epic arena, and now we’re going to launch this bar into space infusing our high-energy psychedelic funk with beats. smile-inducing disco and the supernatural vibes that Asheville emanates as strongly as Roswell.
Admission to The Orange Peel can only be purchased in a package with New Years Eve tickets. A PPPP presale runs from Wednesday, August 11 at 10 a.m. ET through Thursday August 12 at 10 p.m. ET using HERD as a code. Tickets are up for grabs for the general public this Friday, August 12 at 10 a.m.ET via Ticketmaster (2 days pass, new year’s eve).
“In accordance with current safety protocols, sites require proof of full vaccination or proof of a negative COVID test (within the past 48 hours) to enter,” the group said in a press release announcing the race. two nights. “A COVID nasal swab test will be available in a nearby area on 12/31 / for those looking for immediate proof of their COVID status (there will be no on-site testing station on 12/30 at The Orange Peel ). The state of North Carolina has strongly encouraged the wearing of masks in indoor public places for all vaccinated and unvaccinated citizens. “