Iconic multi-instrumentalist Steve Winwood is currently in the middle of a North American Tour. The Rock & Roll Hall Of Famer will visit a number of cities he won’t hit this time around when he returns for a U.S. Tour in September.
Steve Winwood is currently slated to begin his September run at Grand Sierra Resort & Casino in Reno on September 3. From there, he’ll bring his band to the California cities of Saratoga and Oakland before heading to Washington for shows in Woodinville and Goldendale. Later in the month Steve Winwood heads back to California for a show with Mavis Staples at the Hollywood Bowl on September 13 and a performance at San Diego’s Humphrey’s Concerts By The Bay on September 14.
The Traffic co-founder continues the tour with a headlining appearance at the Telluride Blues & Brews Festival on September 15 and a concert at Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Denver on September 16. Winwood is currently set to conclude the tour with shows in the Texas cities of Irving, Austin and Sugar Land.
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