Chicago-based rockers Wilco have extended their 2017 Fall Tour with three additional shows. The band’s newly added appearances in St. Louis and St. Paul, Minnesota will be their final concerts of 2017 and the group has revealed the plan to take a break from touring in 2018.
Wilco will now perform on November 13 at The Pageant in St. Louis. The band will then head up the Avenue Of The Saints for concerts on November 15 and 16 at The Palace Theatre in St. Paul. Tickets to the three shows go on sale on Friday, September 15.
Today’s announcement stated the three newly added shows will be the final dates Wilco performs in 2017. The message also reads, “the band plan to take most, if not all, of 2018 off from the road. So this will be your last chance for a good long while.” A statement from the band adds the hiatus will allow Wilco “to record new material and for individual members to pursue other pursuits.”
Wilco’s 2017 Fall Tour begins September 22 at Pinewood Bowl Amphitheater in Lincoln, Nebraska.
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