Vulfpeck is officially bringing their low-volume funk to one of music’s biggest stages: New York City’s iconic Madison Square Garden. The band’s MSG debut will go down on Saturday, September 28th. The show will feature support from another Vulf-related band, The Fearless Flyers, marking just their second-ever live performance.Tickets to Vulfpeck at Madison Square Garden will go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 1st at noon and will be available through Ticketmaster Charge By Phone (1-866-858-0008) and all Ticketmaster Outlets. Tickets will also be available in person on Saturday, February 2nd at the Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall and Beacon Theatre box offices. For more information visit BoweryPresents.com.Vulfpeck has seen a quick rise to the top over the last few years, hitting some of the country’s most exciting music festivals and stages despite avoiding a traditional approach to touring. The Ann Arbor, MI-bred funk outfit experienced the majority of their early fame on the Internet in response to their clever music videos and unusual digital marketing. Since breaking into the international live music scene, the band—comprised of multi-instrumentalist Jack Stratton, bassist Joe Dart, keyboardist Woody Goss, and drummer/guitarist/vocalist Theo Katzman—has sold out headlining concerts worldwide, including almost all of their North American stops in 2017 and 2018 plus shows in Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin, Glasgow, London, and Dublin. To call Vulfpeck a phenomenon is a huge understatement, as they’ve captured the respect and attention of most living funk lords today. Fans can also assume that regular touring members Cory Wong (guitar), Antwaun Stanley (vocals), and Joey Dosik (keyboards, saxophone) will be on hand for collaborations along with the rest of the band’s talented roster.Related: Vulfpeck Shares Video Of Recent “Dean Town” Collaboration With Chris Thile [Watch]This monumental gig for Vulfpeck is the latest step in the gradual world takeover they’ve waged over the last several years. In late 2018, Vulfpeck released their eighth full-length album, Hill Climber, which has been met with acclaim from fans and critics alike. As of now, the band has only one other performance on the schedule for their 2019 Wisdom of Crowds tour, though one that’s no less exciting—a sold-out Red Rocks blowout with support from Khruangbin and Cory Henry on Thursday, May 9th.