Dave Matthews Band Reschedules 2021 Tour
Dave Matthews Band confirmed rescheduled dates for their 2021 tour. The band will hit the road on July 23 and continues the extensive run through November 10. Some previously announced stops have been canceled while new dates in Tampa and Greenwood Village (Colorado) have been added.
Up first comes a stop in Raleigh, North Carolina at Coastal CU Music Park at Walnut Creek on July 23. From there, DMB hits Charlotte, Alpharetta, Tampa and West Palm Beach over the remainder of July. August dates include visits to Chicago, Clarkston (Michigan), Noblesville (Indiana), Syracuse, Mansfield (Massachusetts), Columbia (Maryland), Gilford (New Hampshire), Burgettstown (Pennsylvania) and Virginia Beach.
Dave Matthews Band returns to The Gorge in Quincy, Washington for their annual Labor Day Weekend run September 3 – 5. Dumpstaphunk and Allen Stone open at The Gorge on September 3 with Robert Randolph & The Family Band kicking off the action on September 4 and Mavis Staples as support on September 5. September performances in Bend, Irvine (California), Milwaukee, Saratoga Springs (New York), Wantagh (New York), Holmdel (New Jersey), Cincinnati and Cuyahoga Falls (Ohio) follow.
The October portion of the tour includes stops in Greenwood Village, Colorado; Albuquerque; Rogers, Arkansas and Durant, Oklahoma. DMB wraps the excursion with November dates in Grand Rapids, Michigan and Uncasville, Connecticut. Previously announced 2021 shows in Toronto, Camden, Vancouver, The Woodlands (Texas), Dallas, Southaven (Mississippi), Maryland Heights (Missouri) and Bonner Springs (Kansas) have been canceled.
Tickets for previously announced dates will be valid on the new dates. Fans can either keep their tickets or obtain refunds for the rescheduled shows. Tickets are on sale now for all concerts except for Tampa and Greenwood Village. A Warehouse pre-sale for the new shows in Tampa and Denver is currently underway ahead of the general on-sale Friday, April 30 at 10 a.m. local time.
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