ElephantProof will not tour the Northeast as planned this month, the band announced on Wednesday. Out of an abundance of caution, the Goose offshoot featuring drummer Ben Atkind and former keyboardist Chris Enright has moved several shows to May, canceled another, and found a substitute to open for Pigeons Playing Ping Pong.

The band’s January 8th show at Park City Music Hall in Bridgeport, CT will now take place May 14th. Annie in the Water will no longer provide opening support, with the show instead featuring JEDD. The new project features Goose auxiliary percussionist Jeffrey Arevalo alongside Francesco Perrouna III (Residual Groove), Previn Edwards (Residual Groove), and Kiran Edwards (KRIS, Residual Groove). Instead of playing Putnam Place in Saratoga Springs on January 14th, ElephantProof will now perform on May 13th with support from Annie in the Water.

Ticket holders who cannot make the new dates have seven days to request a refund from the point of purchase. All originally purchased tickets will be honored at the new dates.

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ElephantProof has elected to cancel its January 7th show at Soundcheck Studios in Pembroke, MA. Ticketholders will receive an automatic refund from point of purchase. Finally, for Pigeons Playing Ping Pong’s January 15th show at The Fillmore Philadelphia, ElephantProof tapped Dogs in a Pile to open the show.

See the full announcement from ElephantProof below and visit the band’s website for tickets and an updated list of tour dates.


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