PGroove Give Thanks To Ziggy's

Perpetual Groove
Thanksgathering | November 23-25 | Ziggy's | Winston-Salem, NC

Perpetual Groove
As Perpetual Groove's Serious Business Tour makes its way across the Eastern United States, the band is pleased to announce this year's Thanksgiving performances in Winston-Salem. The 9th Annual Thanksgathering will take place between November 23-25 at the legendary Ziggy's which will be closing its doors as the band wraps up their final set. Perpetual Groove [PG] and their fans have been invited to tear the roof off at Ziggy's after 30 years of music at their current location. Saturday will feature PG headlining with two sets and on Sunday the band will perform once more in addition to hosting an all-star jam with the musicians scheduled over the course of the weekend. Other bands on the Thanksgathering bill include the Ruins (Adam and Brock from PG with Travis Kline and John Hruby), Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band, the Mantras, the Pranksters, Carolina Clearwater and Silence in the Sky.

The band's current tour is powered by the Green Mountain Energy Company and is leaving a positive impact on our environment. All emissions are being offset with renewable energy credits through our partnership with Sustainable Waves and Eco-Tunes. This includes all the travel, lodging and electricity expended by the venues at Perpetual Groove concerts. For the first time ever we're offering fans a way to "green-up" their ticket through PGroove Netix, the band's own online ticketing service. For an additional two dollars, you may purchase your own renewable energy credit to offset the emissions created by traveling to and from Perpetual Groove performances. And of course, for every ticket purchased through our website, one tree will be planted. We strongly encourage our fans to take advantage of this opportunity and commit themselves to bettering our environment.

In December, Perpetual Groove will step away from their conventional ways as they move New Year's Eve to Charlotte, NC for two nights at the Neighborhood Theatre. Tickets for NYE are on sale now and travel/transportation packages will be announced soon by the Theatre. Looking forward to 2008, Perpetual Groove will board the latest installment of Jam Cruise. The big news, however, comes in February as the band returns to California - bringing with them, the first official live PG album, which is tentatively set for release on February 19. Don't forget, the highlight of the spring... JAM IN THE DAM! That's right, you'll have the opportunity to follow the band across the Atlantic to Europe as they join Umphrey's McGee, The Disco Biscuits, Dark Star Orchestra, Tea Leaf Green and Lotus for their first ever performances in Amsterdam at the legendary Melkweg. Tickets are still available for Jam in the Dam, but moving fast, so don't wait any longer!

PGroove Tour Dates available HERE.

[Published on: 10/26/07]

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Tennille starstarstarstarstar Fri 10/26/2007 11:22AM
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Another legendary venue in the South is shuttered.

Here's to Jay and the entire Ziggy's family for more than 25 years of live music!

Lord_Nikon starstarstarstarstar Fri 10/26/2007 11:27AM
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I love me some PGroove and that's the truth.

moeMan1 star Fri 10/26/2007 01:32PM
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come back to CO its been too long!!

Darkstar16 star Fri 10/26/2007 02:37PM
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eatthebebe Fri 10/26/2007 03:25PM
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we will all miss Ziggy's. I cant think of another venue that I have never had a bad time or been around such a chill bunch of people.

What the ? starstarstarstar Fri 10/26/2007 03:52PM
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I second moeMan1's sentiment. I just moved to CO from the east coast and really miss P grove, but I'm glad someone is going to get a great show.

RothburyWithCheese starstarstarstarstar Sat 10/27/2007 09:16AM
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Brock Butler for president..

DBang Sat 10/27/2007 04:25PM
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ziggy's will be missed. i virtually grew up was the only cool place to see music in winston salem at the time. I saw some really great bands grace that stage...Phish, the Meters, David Byrne, WSP, Black Crowes, KDTU, Leftover, and many more. rip ziggy's.

Chaloupka Sat 10/27/2007 07:32PM
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bigfro Sun 10/28/2007 02:54PM
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scooter6 Mon 10/29/2007 09:28AM
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I will be there all three nights!!

mojofolk Mon 10/29/2007 10:18AM
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PGroove and Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band... you lucky ducks

tedwerd starstarstarstarstar Mon 10/29/2007 06:04PM
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Triggin starstarstarstarstar Wed 10/31/2007 07:32AM
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Never miss a Ziggy's show. I have so many wonderful memories from Ziggy's, some of the best Perpetual Groove music has surfaced in this venue. If you have the chance to see them, these will be epic shows!