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Published: 2010/07/30

Furthur Confirms Worcester and New York City Dates

Photo by Alan Sheckter

Looking ahead to November, Furthur has confirmed three additional shows. The group will perform two nights in New York City at Madison Square Garden on Saturday November 20 and Sunday November 21. In addition, on the preceding evening, November 19, the band will travel to Worcester, MA for a show at the DCU Center. These gigs are billed on the Furthur website as the “last three shows of the 2010 fall tour.” Thus far the band has only announced September dates, so it’s unclear if any additional shows will be added (although this certainly seems possible). Tonight, Furthur is at the Gathering of the Vibes.


There are 9 comments associated with this post

Real Dead July 31, 2010, 21:38:00

Damn, Bob and Phil are getting some mileage out of their Jerry imposter.

jerry's kid August 1, 2010, 23:29:38

What the hell do you expect the band to do?
Fucking stop because Jerry died. I idolize Jerry too but damn give the new guy a break. Obviously the crowd love the music and that is what it is all about RIGHT.

nazz nomad August 2, 2010, 02:10:18

good luck filling arenas- they could barely fill Radio City last spring, and that was with kreutzman and hart.

concerned August 2, 2010, 05:37:21

wow guys. can we please try to keep it positive? There are enough bad vibes out there as it is. Cheers

eblood August 2, 2010, 14:03:27

@nazz furthur sold out rcmh 2 nights back to back last winter ’10, spring 09 tour was the las Dead tour with bill and mickey. and they did the arena circuit 5 nights in the tri state including MSG sold out. they over sell all there show anyway. so siked on the garden dates gives us some wiggle room!!

RST August 6, 2010, 19:22:17

I am rooting for Furthur and would no be surprised if they fill these arenas so close to the holiday. However, some may disagree and should feel comfortable posting as such without being dismissed as “too negative.” Sensitivity is nice, but honesty is better.

John K August 9, 2010, 20:30:01


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