Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Continue Their String of Sold Out Performances – Tickets Are Still Available for the NorVA

By Sean Chagnon / January 30, 2019

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong had truly exceptional, exponential growth in 2018. The band has been steadily selling out performances with the help of their insatiable fans, the Flock, and creating unbelievably creative spectacles including their Halloween "Red Hot Sgt. Peppers" (Beatles and Red Hot Chili Peppers) and "New Year's 'Steve'" (musicians named Steve) themed shows.

Their 2019 Winter / Spring Tour started out on January 24 at the legendary Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ, and the band is coming off a sold-out appearance at the revered Capitol Theatre in New York.

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong -  Winter 2019 Tour - Southern VA & North Carolina
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong -  Winter 2019 Tour - Southern VA & North Carolina


As the band makes their way south towards Florida, they have set their sights on Southern Virginia and North Carolina. This band continues to sell out their Winter Tour and has already sold out three of their four appearances in the region - Jefferson Theatre in Charlottesville, The Orange Peel in Asheville, and the Lincoln Theater in Raleigh.

With an incredible night of funk with Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and The Fritz, we anticipate this performance at The NorVa will sell out. Better to be safe than sorry and buy these tickets, so you can spend a cold polar-vortex evening staying warm with a sizzling night of music at The NorVa, in "NorFlock", Virginia!

Performance Details

Performance Details

Performance

Details


Thursday, January 31, 2019

Show: 8:00 PM


The NorVa

https://www.thenorva.com

317 Monticello Avenue

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 (Google Maps Link)



About the author

Sean Chagnon

When Sean isn't designing boats for the Navy during the week, he can be found near live music, a brewery, or with a board under his feet in the mountains or water. He is a life long resident of Hampton Roads, Virginia, who enjoys chasing the Milky Way and shooting long exposures as much as concerts and festivals.