Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers will soon set out on an extensive tour that will keep the multi-instrumentalist and his band busy through the spring, summer and fall. The sextet will be making several festival appearances as well as holding standalone concerts at venues across the United States.
Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers will perform in April at the Wanee Music Festival and Southern Ground Music & Food Festival, followed by a run of theater and outdoor Midwest dates in May and June. Additional festival stops at DelFest, Ann Arbor Summer Festival, Floydfest, Eaux Claires, Shenandoah Valley Music Festival and the Rhythm & Roots Music Festival are also planned.
Also on their tour itinerary is the Hornsby co-curated inaugural Funhouse Fest named after Hornsby’s 1998 song “Funhouse,” taking place at The Lawn Of The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg in Williamsburg, Virginia June 24 – 26. Hornsby will play each of the three days, including with Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder and with The Noisemakers in which they will play the albums The Way It Is and Rehab Reunion in their entireties.
Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers will perform in Montana and Colorado at the beginning of August before closing out the month and continuing into September with gigs on the East Coast. They will team with Bonnie Raitt for a show at the famed Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California at the end of September as well.
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