British mega act Mumford & Sons have announced the “Arrow Through The Heartland U.S. Tour.” The run will find the band playing at huge venues mostly within the middle of the country between April 3 and April 23 with a June show at SPAC also announced.
The tour begins at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Houston on April 3 and includes stops in Houston, Tulsa, Little Rock, New Orleans, Birmingham, Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville, St. Louis, Kansas City, Omaha, St. Paul, Madison and Indianapolis. Blake Mills will open all shows with the exception of the June date in Saratoga Springs.
A pre-sale begins Wednesday, November 11 at 10 a.m. local time and will be followed by general on-sales at 10 a.m. local time on Friday, November 13.
New Hope rockers Ween have confirmed a pair of Midwest concerts leading up to their return to Red Rocks.
British electro-funk act Jamiroquai has confirmed their first show in New York City in over 12 years.
Umphrey’s McGee closed out a two-night stand at the Crystal Ballroom by welcoming out saxophonist Russell Scott for a Herbie Hancock cover.
A series of six co-headlining shows featuring Gov’t Mule and The Avett Brothers along with opener The Magpie Salute have been confirmed.
Listen to Widespread Panic dust off a Beatles cover for the first time in over 12 years as part of their first of three shows at The Theater At MGM National Harbor.
Eric Krasno, Bill Nershi, Nicki Bluhm and more will perform at this year’s Music & Art Immersion in Barcelona, Spain.