Westville Music Bowl
Goose returned for another night of tight jams and an exciting set list full of shenanigans at the Westville Music Bowl in New Haven, CT yesterday. This included two new songs from their recent album release, Shenanigan’s Nite Club, a set list rarity and two covers. This sold out show certainly lived up to the hype.
Connecticut’s own Goose descended into New Haven, CT at the Westville Music Bowl after an explosive tour opener in Swanzey, NH on Friday, picking up where they left off. This jam band darling has clearly elevated their game during the pandemic, and did not disappoint in their home state. This sold out show included two notable covers, teases, freestyle rapping and a surprise engagement.
The Disco Biscuits brought the heat once again to the Westville Music Bowl on June 5, 2021. Temperatures hit almost 90 degrees in New Haven, CT, raising the energy level substantially for everyone at the show. The band played more bust out songs, a Frank Zappa cover, a delicious deep house “Tractorbeam” track, and other creative setlist niceties on this beautiful night in the Constitution state.
The Westville Music Bowl in New Haven, CT achieved lift off last night when the Disco Biscuits took the stage. Armed with their signature blend of jam rock and electronic dance music fusion, this Philadelphia based squad delivered inspiring jams to many fans who had not seen live music prior to the start of the covid-19 pandemic. The setlist incorporated fan favorites and a rare gem, which elevated the audience further.
Never miss a Sunday show. These words of wisdom are shared amongst jam band fans. Last night, the proverb lived up to its name as Joe Russo’s Almost Dead closed out a three-night run at the Westville Music Bowl in New Haven, CT on Memorial Day Weekend. There was nothing dry or warm about the conditions at this former outdoor tennis stadium, which only added fuel to the fire.
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead took the stage in New Haven, Connecticut on May 29th, 2021 for the second night of a sold out run at the brand-new Westville Music Bowl, and left fans feeling that euphoric feeling they had forgotten in the fifteen months since their last live show because of the Covid pandemic. This was all despite a furious wind, unseasonably cool temperatures and rain on Memorial Day weekend.