Perpetual Groove Will Livestream Their Final Show
Perpetual Groove will webcast their final pre-hiatus show live on Friday, April 5. The group’s final pre-hiatus show will take place at the Georgia Theatre in Athens, GA. The stream—which will be hosted by TourGigs—is set to kick off at 9pm EST with an opening set from Ghost Owl, the new project from PGroove’s Adam Perry, Albert Suttle and Matthew McDonald. The band will then start their two sets at 10:30pm EST. More information and purchase options will be available soon.
Perpetual Groove’s final show has already sold out so this is the best way for those who did not purchase tickets to experience it. The concert will be streamed in high-definition, and the band will be recorded at a variety of angles from 14+ cameras. Both the Ghost Owl and Perpetual Groove performances will eventually be available on DVD and Blu-Ray.
As previously reported, Perpetual Groove will be going on an indefinite hiatus following this concert. Frontman Brock Butler wrote an open letter to fans explaining why he decided to take a break from the band.