Bruce Hornsby and his band The Noisemakers have just announced the addition of 10 late June and early July concerts to their upcoming touring itinerary. The dates surround the band’s pair of appearances at the 2nd annual Bruce Hornsby Funhouse Fest.
Hornsby & The Noisemakers have announced a visit to Jessye Norman Amphitheater & Plaza in Augusta, Georgia on June 15. The band performs at Pisgah Brewing Company in Black Mountain, North Carolina on June 16 and Knoxville’s Bijou Theatre on June 17. Later in June, Bruce and his group will play Lexington Opera House in Lexington, Kentucky on the 27th and Knuckleheads Saloon in Kansas City on the 29th.
Newly added dates in July include concerts in the Colorado cities of Steamboat Springs and Beaver Creek as well as stops in Phoenix, Las Vegas and Stateline, Nevada. As previously announced, the band will open for Umphrey’s McGee at Red Rocks on July 2 in between headlining shows in Steamboat Springs and Beaver Creek.
- Upcoming Shows
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