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Published: 2012/12/14

North Mississippi Allstars Announce Early 2013 Dates

The North Mississippi Allstars have confirmed a series of tour dates for early 2013. The band will kick things off down South with a gig in Hattiesburg, MS on January 30 before heading to the West Coast for a number of shows, including a performance at the Knitting Factory in Spokane, WA with Leftover Salmon. The group will then make their way through the Midwest, concluding at the Revolution Room in Little Rock, AR on February 23. Lightin’ Malcom will play bass in place of Chris Chew, who is still recovering after being hospitalized with a serious medical condition earlier this year. Tickets to the upcoming shows can be purchased here, and the full list of 2013 tour dates is below. As previously reported, the North Mississippi Allstars Duo will join Drive-By Truckers at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC on New Year’s Eve.

North Mississippi Allstars 2013 Winter Tour Dates

January 30 Hattiesburg, MS—Brewsky’s
January 31 Baton Rouge, LA—The Varsity Theatre
February 1 Houston, TX—Last Concert
February 2 Austin, TX—The Parish
February 5 Phoenix, AZ—Rhythm Room
February 6 Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up
February 7 Los Angeles, CA—The Grammy Museum
February 8 San Francisco, CA—The Independent
February 9 San Francisco, CA—The Independent
February 11 Eugene, OR—WOW Hall
February 12 Portland, OR—Doug Fir
February 13 Seattle, WA—Tractor Tavern
February 14 Spokane, WA—The Knitting Factory w/Leftover Salmon
February 15 Missoula, MT—UC Ballroom
February 16 Bozeman, MT—The Filling Station
February 19 Lincoln, NE—Bourbon Theatre
February 20 Omaha, NE—The Waiting Room
February 21 Kansas City, MO—Knuckleheads
February 22 Tulsa, OK—Cain’s Ballroom
February 23 Little Rock, AR—Revolution Music Room

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RogueListener December 16, 2012, 01:41:14

I hate to see great acts skip the Rogue Valley in SW Oregon

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