They Might Be Giants Continue US Tour, Making Stops At Sasquatch! Music Festival & Bonnaroo!

They Might Be Giants Continue US Tour, Making Stops At Sasquatch! Music Festival & Bonnaroo!

“They make defiantly uncool look and sound unbelievably cool…”
– Village Voice, September 2008

“… better than great. Perfect.”
– Boing Boing, September 2009

“Not sure whether to give these guys another Grammy, a Nobel Prize in one of the sciences, or both.”
– Urban Baby, September 2009

With the arrival of Summer, They Might Be Giants have many reasons to celebrate. The band will play Washington state’s Sasquatch! Music Festival this Memorial Day weekend and Bonnaroo on June 13. The band recently played two sold out benefit kids’ shows in the Boston area as well, with proceeds going to Boston By Foot ( The band has played a series of successful kids’ shows in support of Here Comes Science, their 2009 release.

In addition, They Might Be Giants’ album No! is up for a Nickelodean “ParentsConnect” Award for Best Kids’ Music CD. Visit here to vote for the band and show your support!

Released in September 2009, Here Comes Science has received praise across the board for its unique and exciting fusion of rock, education and humor. They Might Be Giants is continuing their 2010 tour through this fall, including a number of family shows.

They Might Be Giants Spring/Summer 2010 Tour Dates

05/30: George, WA @ Sasquatch Festival
06/11: Asbury Park, NJ @ The Stone Pony
06/12: Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live*
06/13: Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo
06/26: London, UK @ Royal Festival Hall*
06/26: London, UK @ Royal Festival Hall
08/21: Napa, CA @ Uptown Theatre
08/22: San Francisco, CA @ Stern Grove Festival (free show)*
09/24: Providence, RI @ Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
09/25: Uncasville, CT @ Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun (4th Annual Fan Appreciation Show)
09/26: New York, NY @ Town Hall*

* – family show

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