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Published: 2013/12/26

Gov’t Mule Announce Japanese Tour Dates

Gov’t Mule will head to Japan for a series of tour dates this April. The Warren Haynes-led group will make stops at Billboard Live Tokyo on April 1, 2 and 6 and Billboard Live Osaka on April 4. Mule will play a total of eight shows over the course of the run, with two performances on each night. Tickets for the concerts will go on sale January 31.

As previously reported, Gov’t Mule recently confirmed a winter tour in the United States. The band will also be kicking off a New Year’s run in Philadelphia tomorrow before making their way to New York for two more gigs, including a December 31 show with The Doors’ Robby Krieger.

Gov’t Mule Tour Dates

December 27 Philadelphia, PA—Tower Theatre*

December 28 Philadelphia, PA—Tower Theatre*

December 30 New York, NY—The Beacon Theatre^

December 31 New York, NY—The Beacon Theatre%

January 15-19 Negril, JM—Island Exodus V

February 6 Columbia, SC—Township Auditorium

February 7 Bowling Green, KY—SKY PAC

February 8 Durham, NC—Durham PAC

February 11 Huntsville, AL—Von Braun Hall

February 13 Baton Rouge, LA—Varsity Theatre

February 14 Tunica, MS—Horseshoe Tunica

February 15 Mobile, AL—Saenger Theatre

February 18 St. Louis, MO—The Pageant

February 19 Des Moines, IA—Hoyt Sherman

February 21 Evansville, IN—Victory Theatre

February 22 Charleston, WV—Clay Center
April 1 Tokyo, Japan—Billboard Live Tokyo (2 Shows)
April 2 Tokyo, Japan—Billboard Live Tokyo (2 Shows)
April 4 Osaka, Japan—Billboard Live Osaka (2 Shows)
April 6 Tokyo, Japan—Billboard Live Tokyo (2 Shows)


(*) with Soulive

(^) with Vintage Trouble

(%) Robby Krieger guest appearance

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D'oh! December 27, 2013, 16:05:59

What a shame. I live in Japan and was stoked to see that the Mule is coming. But unfortunately they chose the absolute worst venue to play. Billboard routinely charges about 30% more for shows than similar-sized venues in the same city and two sets in Billboard means TWO SEPARATE SETS to separate audiences. All told, about $100 US for probably less than 90 minutes of music. Additionally, it caters to a corporate crowd and has zero atmoshphere. Love the Mule, but no thanks. Damn shame.

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