Perpetual Groove Plots Fall Tour 2022
The jam quartet announced 18 tour dates with more on the way.
Perpetual Groove announced details of their 2022 Fall Tour dates. The quartet will start the trek at their “home venue” on September 9 and are currently slated to conclude the run on November 19 at the JamBurg event with Spafford and Daniel Heitz Band.
The band began 2022 by saying goodbye to longtime drummer Albert Suttle on New Year's Eve at the Georgia Theatre in Atlanta. Drummer Daniel Stanley replaced Suttle and will return to the Georgia Theatre with bandmates Brock Butler, Adam Perry and Matt McDonald on September 9.
Perpetual Groove hits Charleston, South Carolina (September 10) before a swing through Texas featuring stops in Dallas (September 14), Austin (September 15) and Houston (September 16). The quartet ends the month with performances in New Orleans (September 17), Savannah, Georgia (September 23) and Greer, South Carolina (September 24). PGroove’s October includes performances in Baltimore (October 12), Ardmore, Pennsylvania (October 13); Brooklyn (October 15); Morristown, New Jersey (October 16); Charlotte (October 19); Richmond (October 20); Raleigh (October 21) and High Point, North Carolina (October 22).
The four-piece are scheduled to end the tour in Florida with gigs in Jacksonville (November 18) and Leesburg (November 19). However, the announcement included news more dates will be added soon.
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