They Might Be Giants is coming to Brooklyn’s Kings Theater this December

Sam Graff

They Might Be Giants, the 1982 critically acclaimed alternative rock band will continue “The Big Show Tour” on the East Coast after sold-out shows in the Midwest.

On Dec. 13, The Might Be Giants will hit the stage at Brooklyn’s Kings Theater. 

What started out of a phone machine in their Brooklyn apartments, has turned into a career lasting over four decades, giving birth to TV original themes and countless shows and commercials. With no signs of stopping, last year vinyl interest in the band reached historic peaks. 

To please eager fans, in December, the band will also travel to Philadelphia (Dec. 5-6), Washington, D.C. (Dec. 7-8), and Boston (Dec. 14-15) this winter.

Each night, the band will spotlight a different album and keep the song selection ever-changing, keeping the audience on their toes. Additionally, Mark Pender from the Conan show will accompany the band as their trumpet in a three-piece horn section. 

Tickets for each date are sold online