Neighbor Adds 2022 Tour Dates
Listen to the band's Paradise Rock Club debut from Friday featuring two new covers.
Neighbor expanded their upcoming tour with three new headlining tour dates. The Boston-based jam quartet confirmed a July concert in Rhode Island and October shows in New York and Maine.
The Met in Pawtucket, Rhode Island will host Neighbor on July 28. Then, after a busy summer, the band will perform at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, New York on October 7 before two nights at The Ramble Festival in Darlington, Maryland on October 8 and 9. Additionally, Neighbor announced a concert at Portland, Maine’s State Theatre on October 22 featuring support from Coyote Island.
While tickets for the new headlining shows go on sale to the general public this Friday, May 13 at 12 p.m. ET, pre-sale tickets for Pawtucket and Woodstock are available now using APPLETREE as the code. Find links to purchase below:
Neighbor played their biggest hometown show yet this past Friday when they made their debut at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club. The four-piece tipped their hat to the venue’s name by debuting a cover of Eddie Money’s “Two Tickets To Paradise” to kick off the two-set concert. The group went on to tease or jam on “Two Tickets To Paradise” later in the night during “Steel,” “Canopy” and “Trippin’ In A Van.” Another new cover ended the evening as Neighbor premiered their take on Willie Nelson’s “On The Road Again.”
Stream an audience recording taped by Mike Bogigian below:
Setlist (via Neighbor Tunes)
Set One: Two Tickets To Paradise, Steel, Drums > Words On A Line, Broadway, Granddaddy Said, Isla > What Should Will Never Be, Canopy > Shitstorm -> Canopy
Set Two: Pine Tree > I Saw You > Planet Silver, The Weeds > Great Barrier Reef, High Five Gauntlet, Mighty Apple Tree, Trippin’ in a Van, Cucamonga Carl, On The Road Again
-  First time played.
-  Young Lust and Two Tickets To Paradise tease.
-  Steel jam.
-  Two Tickets To Paradise jam.
-  High Five Gauntlet tease.
-  Two Tickets to Paradise tease.
-  Free Bird and Steel teases.
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