On Friday evening, December 7, Connecticut-based rock quintet Goose performed from a rooftop at Rockefeller Center for the continuation of a holiday tradition like no other. Called “Goosemas: Livestream from Rockefeller Center,” the band’s seventh annual holiday concert streamed exclusively on The Relix Channel on Twitch and drew over 60,000 worldwide viewers while raising over an astounding $45,000 with proceeds benefiting Save our Stages and Conscious Alliance.
Today, Connecticut-based rock quintet Goose announced plans for a live stream concert from Rockefeller Center in the heart of New York City. “Goosemas Livestream from Rockefeller Center” is the band’s seventh annual holiday celebration in as many years. The livestream premieres December 11 at 7pm ET exclusively on Twitch with proceeds benefiting Save Our Stages and Conscious Alliance.
In June 2020, Connecticut indie-groove quintet Goose consolidated their signature live experience into a virtual summer event called “Bingo Tour.” The ten-day tour featured four “Bingo Nights” of live music, and six additional days of community events, all live-streamed. Premiering on Vimeo on Wednesday, November 25th at 12 AM ET, Bingo Tour is a curated compilation of live performances from the four live Bingo Nights into one show experience.
Today, rising Connecticut-based jam quintet Goose announced a pair of upcoming free live streams for fans. Featuring both shows from the band’s recent Halloweekend at South Farms in Morris, CT, the video premieres will be available on both Facebook and YouTube. Night one will debut on Tuesday, November 17th at 8 PM ET, and night two will follow on Wednesday, November 18th at 8 PM ET.
At midnight, Connecticut-based indie-groove band Goose released a new EP, Night Lights. The surprise project includes four singles released over the past eighteen months and a previously unreleased cut of the song “Yeti.” Available across all streaming platforms, the studio recordings are polished takes on several tracks that precede the formation of the band.
Rising indie-groove act Goose has found a way to make the best out of a bleak summer for music fans. From their participation in virtual festivals like Bonnaroo and Live From Out There to their wildly successful, self-produced Bingo Tour, the band has maintained a connection to fans while patiently growing their brand online.
Today, Connecticut-based indie-groove band Goose announced a pair of live, socially distant concerts at South Farms in Morris, CT. On Friday, October 30th and Saturday, October 31st, the band will return to the multipurpose outdoor venue with a grid-like layout where the audience is situated in pairs, on 8’x8’ plots of grass.
Higher Ground is pleased to announce Goose will perform at the Higher Ground Drive-In Experience at the Champlain Valley Expo on Friday, October 2nd, 2020. Tickets go on sale Thursday, September 10th at 10am ET.
Friday, October 2nd, 2020
Higher Ground Drive-In Experience at the Champlain Valley Expo
GA $125 per vehicle
Gates 6:00PM, Show 7:00PM
All ages. Rain or shine
ANNOUNCE: Wednesday, September 9th at 10am ET
PUBLIC ON SALE: Thursday, September 10th at 10am ET
Today, Connecticut-based indie-groove band Goose announced a pair of socially distant live concerts at South Farms in Morris, CT. The event venue, a multipurpose farm, has designed a grid-like layout where the audience is situated in pairs, on an 8’x8’ plot of grass.
“We’re looking forward to playing a live show in our home state for the first time since December… people won’t be right up against the stage so I’m going to need everyone to bust out dance moves that are epic enough for me to see while we play”
-Ben Atkind (Drums)
After selling out their first show in less than 24-hours American Indie-Groove band Goose announced a second show at the Yarmouth Drive-in on Cape Cod. Goose will take the stage live at New England’s largest entertainment venue Friday, September 11 at 8:00 pm and Saturday, September 12 at 8:00 PM. The Saturday show has already sold out.