Earlier this month Bay Area jam act Tea Leaf Green embarked on their first extended tour in years. On Saturday night TLG concludes the tour with a return to Brooklyn Bowl in New York City. If you can’t make it to Brooklyn Bowl in person, there’s an option to watch from home or wherever you have an internet connection.
nugs.tv has announced a webcast of Saturday’s Tea Leaf Green show live from Brooklyn. The webcast is currently available for pre-order in both SD and HD formats. Both the webcast and TLG’s performance are expected to begin around 9:15 p.m. ET on Saturday night.
For a preview, watch the second set of Tea Leaf Green’s recent show at Ardmore Music Hall near Philadelphia, which as reported featured a guest spot from Tom Hamilton:
Set Two: Bouncin Betty, Red Ribbons -> Earth And Sky, If It Wasn’t For The Money -> Freedom, Don’t Curse At The Night, 5,000 Acres, Criminal Intent*, Long As I Can See The Light*, Pretty Jane
Encore: The Garden I -> The Garden II -> The Garden III -> Sex In The ’70s -> Death Cake
* with Tom Hamilton
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