NEW YORK (April 4, 2019) – The National Hockey Group declared today that it will open the 2019 Stanley Cup® Playoffs with a free show featured by GRAMMY Grant winning band Pen The Elephant at Curtis Hixon Park in downtown Tampa – adjacent the home of the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Tampa Inlet Lightning – on Wednesday, April 10. The 2019 Stanley Cup® Playoffs Gathering highlighting Pen The Elephant, which won’t require a ticket, will start at 5:15 p.m. ET.
This is the first of a progression of shows and melodic exhibitions the NHL is making arrangements for the 2019 Stanley Container Playoffs.
Profoundly enlivened by punk music, siblings Matt Shultz (vocalist) and Brad Shultz (musicality guitarist) of Enclosure The Elephant started playing music in secondary school with individual understudies Jared Champion (drummer) and Daniel Tichenor (bassist). The GRAMMY Grant winning band will discharge another collection, Expressive gestures, on Friday, April 19. Of the new collection, Moving Stone magazine says, “A band-driven strain of shrewdly drawn shadows and silver-covering themes that recommend Tom Trivial and the Heartbreakers in the event that they had been raised on The Fix and Berlin-period David Bowie.”
On radio, Pen The Elephant holds the record for generally No. 1 Elective melodies of any craftsman this decade. The band’s first single off its imminent collection, “Prepared To Give up,” as of now sits on Bulletin’s Elective Tunes diagram. Pen The Elephant as of late reported The Night Running Visit, which it will be co-featuring with Beck, who is highlighted on the collection track, “Night Running.”
The 2019 Stanley Glass Playoffs start Wednesday, April 10. Fans can join the discussion by utilizing the authority hashtag #StanleyCup.