DMB Sets 2010 North American Dates
Dave Matthews Band has announced an extensive Summer 2010 North American tour. In addition to amphitheater and festival dates, the band will continue a tradition of playing baseball stadiums with dates scheduled at Pittsburgh’s PNC Park (7/10) and Queens, NY’s new CITI Field (7/16-17). DMB opened St. Louis’ Busch Stadium in 2008 and has played a total of four dates at Boston’s Fenway Park since 2006.
Also, to make up for canceled 2008 and 2009 dates at the USANA Amphitheater in Utah, the band will perform a free show at the venue on August 17. Ticket priority will be given to those who purchased tickets to last year’s scheduled performance at the venue (the band missed its 2008 Utah show because of LeRoi Moore’s funeral and its 2009 stop at the venue due to health reasons). Supporting acts throughout the tour include: Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, The Felice Brothers, Yonder Mountain String Band, Robert Earl Keen, Martin Sexton, Zac Brown Band, Amos Lee, Gov’t Mule, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, Brett Dennen, Raphael Saadiq and Ben Harper and Relentless 7. The tour kicks off on 5/28 in Hartford, CT and concludes on 9/15 in St. Paul, MN.
DMB, the top-selling touring artist of the decade (according to Pollstar and Billboard), is set to perform on the 2010 Grammy Awards telecast on January 31 and will launch a month-long European tour in Hamburg, Germany on February 16.
May 28-29 Hartford, CT—Comcast Theatre (with Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings)
June 1 Toronto, ONT—Molson Amphitheatre (with The Felice Brothers)
June 2 Darien Center, NY—Darien Lake Performing Arts Center (with The Felice Brothers)
June 4-5 Saratoga Springs, NY—Saratoga Performing Arts Center (with The Felice Brothers)
June 7 Mansfield, MA—Comcast Center (with Yonder Mountain String Band)
June 15 Cincinnati, OH—Riverbend Music Center (with Robert Earl Keen)
June 16 Maryland Heights, MO—Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre (with Robert Earl Keen)
June 18-19 Noblesville, IN—Verizon Wireless Music Center (with Robert Earl Keen)
June 22 Columbus, OH—Huntington Park (with Robert Earl Keen)
June 23 Clarkston, MI—DTE Energy Music Center (with Martin Sexton)
June 25 Cuyahoga Falls, OH—Blossom Music Center (with Martin Sexton)
June 30-July 1 Camden, NJ—Susquehanna Bank Center (with Martin Sexton)
July 3-4 East Troy, WI—Alpine Valley Music Theatre (with Zac Brown Band)
July 9 Hershey, PA— Hersheypark Stadium (with Zac Brown Band)
July 10 Pittsburgh, PA—PNC Park (with Zac Brown Band)
July 13 Bethel, NY—Bethel Woods Center for the Arts (with Amos Lee)
July 14 Scranton, PA—Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain (with Amos Lee)
July 16-17 Queens, NY—Citi Field (with Zac Brown Band)
July 20 Virginia Beach, VA—Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre (with Amos Lee)
July 21 Charlotte, NC—Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre (with Amos Lee)
July 23 Washington, DC—Nationals Park (with Zac Brown Band)
July 25 Louisville, KY—Churchill Downs Music Festival
July 27 Atlanta, GA—Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood (with Gov’t Mule)
July 28 Tampa, FL—Ford Amphitheatre (with Gov’t Mule)
July 30-31 West Palm Beach, FL—Cruzan Amphitheatre (with Gov’t Mule)
August 14 Wichita, KS—InTrust Bank Arena (with Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears)
August 17 West Valley City, UT—USANA Amphitheatre (with Brett Dennen)
August 20 Chula Vista, CA—Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre (with Brett Dennen)
August 21 Irvine, CA—Verizon Wireless Amphitheater (with Brett Dennen)
August 23 Los Angeles, CA—Hollywood Bowl (with Raphael Saadiq)
August 25 Concord, CA—Sleep Train Pavilion at Concord (with Raphael Saadiq)
August 27-28 Marysville, CA—Sleep Train Amphitheatre (with Raphael Saadiq)
August 31 Boise, ID—Taco Bell Arena
September 3-5 George, WA—Gorge Amphitheatre (with Ben Harper and Relentless7)
September 10 Woodlands, TX—Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion (with Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears)
September 11 Dallas, TX—Superpages.com Center (with Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears)
September 14 Omaha, NE—Qwest Center (with Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears)
September 15 St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center (with Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears)
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