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Published: 2012/03/27

Umphrey’s McGee Adds Summer Shows with G. Love, Confirms Additional Red Rocks Details

Relix cover subjects Umphrey’s McGee has confirmed a number of additional summer dates, including dates with G. Love & Special Sauce in Philadelphia, Boston, Cincinnati and Indianapolis. In past summers, Umphrey’s McGee has toured with the likes of STS9, the Disco Biscuits, Matisyahu and others. After announcing their annual headlining show at Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks from the stage, the members of Umphrey’s McGee have officially confirmed that they will perform at the legendary venue on September 14. The group will offer a full two-set show and Railroad Earth will open the night. The band has also added a show at the Boulder Theater on Saturday, September 15, following their Red Rocks performance. Pre-sale for Red Rocks & Boulder Theater combination tickets as well as Red Rocks VIP packages will also begin this Friday, March 30 at Noon CT (11:00 am MT) through UMTicketing.

Here’s a look at Umphrey’s McGe’s summer dates

June 21-24 North Plains, OR—Re:Generation, Horning’s Hideout (two sets)
June 28 Richmond, VA—Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens
June 29 Philadelphia, PA—Outside the Factory (w/ G. Love & Special Sauce)
June 30 Boston, MA—Bank of America Pavilion (w/ G. Love & Special Sauce)
July 1 Asbury Park, NJ—Stone Pony Summer Stage (w/ G. Love & Special Sauce)
July 3 Interlochen, MI—Kresge Auditorium (w/ G. Love & Special Sauce)
July 4 Cincinnati, OH—Moonlite Gardens (w/ G. Love & Special Sauce)
July 7 Indianapolis, IN—The Lawn at White River State Park (w/ G. Love & Special Sauce)
July 28-29 New York, NY—Catalpa NYC Music Festival
August 6-10 Big Indian NY—sUMmer school at Full Moon Resort
September 14 Morrison, CO—Red Rocks (w/ Railroad Earth)
September 15 Boulder, CO—Boulder Theater

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Brian March 27, 2012, 18:30:50

They are saying the Philly show is “outside the factory” Don’t know how this is possible, the parking lot for the E-factory is tiny. Maybe across the street?

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