Chicago, St. Louis, Milwaukee, Nashville, Atlanta, Miami, NYC, Los Angeles and San Francisco are among the cities EOTO will visit this fall. The duo’s “Outer Orbit” tour will feature their visually stunning production the PRISM, which is said to employ 3D visuals and lasers.
Here’s the list of EOTO’s fall dates:
9/25 – Crofoot Ballroom @ Pontiac, MI
9/26 – Concord Music Hall @ Chicago, IL
9/27 – Concord Music Hall @ Chicago, IL
10/01 – Bourbon Theater @ Lincoln, NE
10/02 – 2720 Cherokee @ St. Louis, MO
10/03 – The Rave @ Milwaukee, WI
10/04 – Canopy Club @ Urbana, IL
10/08 – TEMPT @ Nashville, TN
10/09 – Terminal West @ Atlanta, GA
10/10 – Zydeco @ Birmingham, AL
10/11 – The Nest @ Miami, FL
11/21 – Stage 48 @ NYC, NY
11/28 – Winstons @ San Diego, CA
11/29 – El Rey Theatre @ Los Angeles, CA
12/05 – The Independent @ San Francisco, CA
12/06 – Cargo @ Reno, NV
12/10 – Parish @ Austin, TX
12/12 – Granada Theater @ Lawrence, KS
12/13 – Ogden Theatre @ Denver, CO
A tradition continues this June for Widespread Panic.
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.