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Published: 2010/08/13

Gov’t Mule Confirms New Year’s, Halloween, West Coast Dates, More

Photo by Heath Robson

Gov’t Mule has outlined many of its major events for the rest of the year. The band will celebrate Halloween at Oakland, CA’s Fox Theatre on October 30 by paying tribute to a classic band. Gov’t Mule will also return to New York’s Beacon Theater for shows on December 30 and 31. VIP Packages for The Beacon shows will be available and, once again, will include access to watch soundcheck on December 30. In addition, the group has confirmed that Eric Krasno & Chapter 2, Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews and Ron Holloway will all appear at Mule’s Island Exodus event from January 27-31.

Here’s a look at the band’s newly confirmed dates

October 23 Las Vegas, NV—The Joint at The Hard Rock (with Widespread Panic)

October 24 Valley Center, CA—Open Sky Amphitheatre(with Widespread Panic)

October 27 Seattle, WA—Showbox SoDo

October 28 Portland, OR—Crystal Ballroom

October 29 Reno, NV—Knitting Factory

October 30 Oakland, CA—Fox Theatre

November 2 Anaheim, CA—House of Blues

November 3 Tempe, AZ—Marquee Theatre

November 4 Tuscon, AZ—Rialto Theatre

November 5 Los Angeles, CA—The Music Box

December 30 New York, NY—The Beacon Theatre

December 31 New York, NY—The Beacon Theatre

Comments

There are 7 comments associated with this post

Eric September 8, 2010, 19:35:46

Any guess as to what Mule will cover 10/30/10 in Oak Town?

Bob October 18, 2010, 11:24:16

It appears they are doing The Who. Check mule.net the ad has a who logo, should be a good one

Paolo August 13, 2010, 15:39:46

Forgot one of the most important pieces of Mule news: they’re going to be off the road for most of 2011!

Jambands.com August 13, 2010, 20:48:39

We are actually including that in a separate news story today.

Larry Rains August 16, 2010, 03:17:49

Devastating news! I can’t imagine not seeing Mule for a year! My favorite band of all time (right there beside the Allman Brothers Band and Grateful Dead of course) and one of the best guitarist of our time! Saw them 4 times this year, last show was at Loudoun County’s Belmont and they were incredible! Nobody deserves a break more than Warren, Matt, and Danny… but man, I’m gonna go nuts!

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