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Published: 2013/07/24

Greensky Bluegrass Confirm Fall Dates

Greensky Bluegrass has announced an extensive 42-date fall tour. The coast-to-coast run finds the band making their debut performances at the Austin City Limits Festival, New York’s Bowery Ballroom and Boston’s Royale. Additional highlights include Halloween at Seattle’s Neptune Theater and a return to the historic Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco. Along the way, the Michigan quintet will share dates with Pert Near Sandstone, Elephant Revival, Fruition, Toubab Krewe, The Grant Farm and The California Honeydrops. The tour kicks off next Tuesday at Blu Nightclub in Lake Tahoe.

Here’s a look at Greensky Bluegrass’ upcoming dates

July 30 Lake Tahoe, NV—Blu Nightclub
August 2 Blairstown, NJ—Historic Blairstown Theater
August 3-4 Johnstown, PA—Flood City Music Festival
August 9 Chicago, IL—Lincoln Hall
August 10 Somerset, WI—SummerSet Music Fest
August 11 Alta, WY—Grand Targhee Bluegrass
August 16 Loveland, CO—Arise Music Festival
August 17 Cockeyesville, MD—Hot August Blues
August 18 Scranton, PA—The Peach Festival
August 24 Aurora, IL (supporting Bruce Hornsby)—River’s Edge
August 31 Kalamazoo, MI—Audiotree Music Festival
September 12 Madison, WI—Majestic Theatre•
September 13 Bayfield, WI—Big Top Chautauqua*
September 14 Hancock, MI—Orpheum Theater
September 15 Fish Creek, WI—DC Auditorium*
September 18 Cleveland, OH—Beachland Ballroom^
September 19 Baltimore, MD—Ram’s Head Live^
September 20 Boston, MA—Royale ^
September 21 New York, NY—Bowery Ballroom^
September 22 N. Adams, MA—FreshGrass Festival at MassMOCA
September 24 Washington, DC—The Hamilton^
September 25 Charlottesville, VA—Jefferson Theatre%^
September 26 Asheville, NC—The Grey Eagle ^
September 27 Raleigh, NC—Wide Open Bluegrass (IBMA)
September 28 Atlanta, GA—Terminal West^
October 1 Tampa, FL—Skipper’s Smokehouse^
October 2 Jacksonville, FL—Freebird Live^
October 3 Pensacola, FL—Vinyl Music Hall^
October 4 New Orleans, LA—House of Blues
October 5 Austin, TX—Austin City Limits Festival
October 12 Austin, TX—Austin City Limits Festival
October 14 Baton Rouge, LA—Varsity Theatre#
October 15 Mobile, AL—Soul Kitchen#
October 16 Memphis, TN—1884 Lounge at Minglewood Hall#
October 17-18 Ozark, AR—Mulberry Mountain Harvest Festival
October 19 Des Moines, IA—Wooly’s+
October 22 St. Louis, MO—Old Rock House +
October 23 Lincoln, NE—Bourbon Theater+
October 24-25 Boulder, CO—Fox Theatre+
October 26-27 Placerville, CA—Hangtown Music Festival
October 29 Missoula, MT—The Top Hat^
October 30 Bozeman, MT—Montana State University^
October 31 Seattle, WA—Neptune Theater^
November 1-2 Portland, OR—Wonder Ballroom^
November 4 Chico, CA—Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.^
November 5 Arcata, CA—Humboldt Brews ^
November 7 Stateline, NV—Crystal Bay Casino^
November 8 San Francisco, CA—The Fillmore^
November 9 Los Angeles, CA—Troubadour^
November 10 Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up ^
November 12 Flagstaff, AZ—Orpheum Theater^
November 13 SLC, UT—The State Room^
November 15-16 Denver, CO—Gothic Theatre^
November 29-30 Kalamazoo, MI—Bell’s Brewery

(•)withPert Near Sandstone (*)with Elephant Revival (co-bill) (^)with Fruition (%)with Toubab Krewe (co-bill) (+)with The California Honeydrops (#)with The Grant Farm

Comments

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Hart July 25, 2013, 09:42:15

Great to see these guys picking up steam. My favourite “newgrass” act going, by a country mile.

jazzfester July 25, 2013, 11:08:02

Thank you for coming to New Orleans. I know, I know, the musicians should not be bothered with venue approval; but, seriously, to the management—there are a dozen other venues of similar size in New Orleans that provide a far better atmosphere than the House of Blues. The House of Blues is the only bar in which I have been involved in a fight much less while watching George Porter, Jr. and the Runnin Pardners. I caught a Yonder show there that I believe ran a few songs shorter because the smelliest bunch of aggravatingly dancing wooks were throwing ice at Jeff Austin. There is just a less friendly vibe at the HOB in New Orleans. The CIVIC Theater is just opening back up. Tips is strong as ever. Just my thoughts as I will be there and, again, thanks for coming.

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