Pink Talking Fish Announces Fall Tour 2019
Pink Talking Fish will embark on a national tour this fall. The Pink Floyd/Talking Heads/Phish tribute act will kick off the tour over Labor Day Weekend and end the jaunt in mid-December ahead of a previously announced New Year’s Eve concert in Boston.
Up first is a run through the Northeast over Labor Day Weekend that includes stops in Kingston, Rhode Island on August 29, Asbury Park, New Jersey on August 30, Mason, New Hampshire on August 31 and Lake George, New York on September 1. Additional festival appearances and a headlining show at The Warehouse At FTC in Fairfield, Connecticut follow later in September. October finds the quartet focusing on the East Coast with visits to Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Roanoke, Nashville, Atlanta, Asheville, Savannah, Charlotte, Buffalo, Columbus and Pittsburgh ahead of a “PTF Is Bowie” concept Halloween concert at The National in Richmond.
Pink Talking Fish then jets off to the West Coast for a three-night run spanning November 1 – 3 at Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, California. Each night will feature a different concept with “Animals” slated for the 1st, “PTF Is Bowie” set for the 2nd and a special show for kids on the 3rd. Next, the four-piece returns to the Southeast for concerts in Raleigh, Charleston, Tampa and Fort Lauderdale. PTF will return to California for a pair of shows at Winston’s in Ocean Beach November 21 and 22. Finally, the band hits Rochester and Cleveland and visits Colorado for two nights in December.
Tour Dates for
Pink Talking Fish
- Lake George, NY
- 2 days • Aug 31 - Sep 1, 2019
Pink Talking Fish at Adirondack Independence Music FestivalPigeons Playing Ping PongTwiddleG. Love & Special Sauce
- Greenfield, MA
- 3 days • Sep 13 - 15, 2019
Pink Talking Fish at Wormtown Music FestivalZach DeputyMax CreekJohn Medeski’s Mad Skillet
- Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
- 6 days • Sep 10 - 15, 2019
Pink Talking Fish at Harvest Jazz & Blues FestivalRobert Plant & The Sensational Space ShiftersJason Isbell and The 400 UnitLucinda Williams