Pink Talking Fish To Transform The Cap Into ‘Junta Circus’ With PPPP’s Greg Ormont As The Ringmaster

first_imgPink Talking Fish will return to The Capitol Theatre on February 23rd, 2019 for a very special JUNTA CIRCUS performance. Marking their third headlining performance at the historic venue, Pink Talking Fish will take on Phish’s 1989 Junta album while intertwining Pink Floyd and Talking Heads songs throughout the setlist. Just like in previous events at The Cap, this PTF show will be a “one set marathon performance”.Earlier this year, Pink Talking Fish presented their rendition of Pink Floyd’s The Wall, complete with a giant video wall onstage. In 2017, the band performed Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense with a variety of special guests. Both shows were one continuous set of music, lasting over three hours each.To add to the special occasion, The Capitol Theatre will be fully transformed into a circus(!). The band is teaming up with New York’s “Big Apple Circus” to provide live circus attractions both on and off stage. In addition, Greg Ormont from Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will serve as “The Ringmaster”.As the press release states, “This will be a spectacle that celebrates the collaboration of live music with live performance art and delves deep into a very special presentation of some of the most beloved classic Phish compositions.There will be an online pre-sale for Pink Talking Fish’s Junta Circus on Thursday, November 8th, from 10 am to 10 pm. General on-sale begins on Friday, November 9th at 12 pm. Click here for tickets.last_img