Upstate New York jam act Formula 5 will soon embark on a 28-date fall tour. The band’s Autumn run includes 10 shows with Colorado’s Cycles.
F5 will support Pigeons Playing Ping Pong in Syracuse on August 31 and Buffalo on September 1. The band then plays Lake George, New York on September 3 followed by shows in East Salem, New York; Minot, Maine; Stanhope, New Jersey and New Paltz, New York. A set at Wormtown will take place on September 16 ahead of a performance at Putnam Den in Saratoga Springs, New York on September 22.
October starts for Formula 5 with a Howlin’ On The Hudson Boat Cruise on the 5th followed by gigs in the Massachusetts cities of Greenfield and Northampton. F5 then visits New Hope and teams with Cycles for shows in New York City, Manchester, Burlington, Bridgeport and Lake George. The band heads to the Midwest for a show at Mom’s Place in Chicago on November 6 ahead of a run with Cycles that includes stops in Taos and the Colorado cities of Buena Vista, Boulder, Montrose and Steamboat Springs. F5 supports the Dead Phish Orchestra in Denver on November 18 and are currently slated to end the tour with The Jauntee in Albany on November 24.
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