Northeast jam quartet Dopapod is heading to the West Coast this June. The band detailed a run of dates that spans nearly a month and includes stops in Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Oregon, Washington and California ahead of an appearance at High Sierra. Dopapod also shared pro-shot video of a Ween cover they recently played with a few musical friends.
The West Coast swing begins with a performance at The Fox Theatre in Boulder on June 10. From there, Dopapod visits Steamboat Springs, Jackson, Missoula and Portland, Oregon. The tour continues with stops in Seattle, Eugene, Santa Cruz, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. Rob Compa & Co. end the run at the High Sierra Music Festival in Quincy, California.
Back on April 5 Dopapod played Port City Music Hall in Portland, Maine featuring support from Hayley Jane & The Primates. Dopapod debuted a cover of Ween’s 12 Golden Country Greats gem “Japanese Cowboy” with help from Hayley Jane and The Primates guitarist Justin Hancock. Watch video captured by MKDevo:
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