Due to COVID-19, They Might Be Giants has rescheduled its spring 2020 tour. The Twin Cities shows you were planning to attend on Friday, May 15 at First Avenue and/or Saturday, May 16 at The Fitzgerald Theater have been postponed. Your tickets are still valid for the new show dates.
A message from They Might Be Giants:
Hello everyone. Hope you all have found a comfortable spot to shelter in place and are avoiding social contact and unnecessary risks.
Due to the national health emergency, They Might Be Giants has rescheduled a bunch of shows in March, April and May 2020. Many of these rescheduled shows happen later in the year, but due to circumstances completely beyond our control, some land next year. Yes, those 30th Anniversary Flood shows will pour over into 2021 because the 30th Anniversary don’t stop! Please read carefully, as this email should have all the info you need about the rescheduled date that your tickets are valid for.
We apologize for the inconvenience and the delays, but are sincerely grateful to you our audience for your understanding, and praise the flexibility of the promoters and venues for keeping these shows going.
Until we all rock again-
They Might Be Giants
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In honor of the album that made them an international act, They Might Be Giants is celebrating Flood’s 30th anniversary in 2020 by performing the album, in its entirety, on stages in select cities across the US. The show is “an evening with” and TMBG will play two full sets with their barnstorming live band featuring the show-stopping Curt Ramm on trumpet. How will it be presented? In sequence, in reverse sequence, alphabetical, or mixed into additional repertoire? It could be different on any given night. But, in addition to Flood, the song selection in the “evening with” show will span the band’s entire career from early favorites to brand new tracks, as well as the live improvisations that have become a highlight of TMBG shows.
In August, TMBG offered up a special limited edition benefit t-shirt with 100% of profits going to RAICES, a Texas legal team aiding separated families and detained minors seeking asylum in the US. Over the course of a wild month, the TMBG fan community raised $60,000. In the last days of the fundraiser, John Flansburgh accidentally auto-filled an email address meant for a Jeff on the band’s road crew with Jeff Lawson, the founder of Twilio, who had hosted the band at a company event a few years back. Jeff mentioned he was encouraged by the band’s effort to raise money to end this harrowing episode and he offered to match any funds raised by the band. This, in turn, led to a whole new wave of interest on social media, ultimately bringing the total money raised to $200,000. (Yes, the band raised $200,000 for a very good cause by selling t-shirts!)