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Published: 2014/03/19

Counting Crows Announce World Tour, New Music

Counting Crows will kick off an extensive nationwide tour on June 11 in Tampa, FL and will visit nearly every major market in the U.S. including New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Nashville and many more. The tour ends with a pair of Greek Theatre shows in Berkeley and Los Angeles on August 15 and 17. Toad the Wet Sprocket will open all shows except Tulsa, OK as they continue celebrating the 25th anniversary of their debut record Bread & Circus.

Pre-sale tickets go on sale Wednesday March 19 and tickets for most shows will be available to the general public beginning March 21. For a full list of on-sale dates, visit the band’s website.

The tour will include material from the band’s expansive catalog as well as their first new material in seven years. A forthcoming album scheduled for a Fall 2014 release was written in New York and subsequently recorded in Berkeley.

Counting Crows 2014 Tour Dates:

May 16 Baltimore, MD—Pimlico Race Course
June 11 Tampa, FL—Straz Center for the Performing Arts
June 12 Hollywood, FL—Hard Rock Hotel
June 14 St. Augustine, FL—St. Augustine Amphitheatre
June 15 Greenville, SC—The Peace Concert Hall
June 17 Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium
June 19 Lake Charles, LA—L’Auberge de Lac Hotel & Casino
June 20 Robinsonville, MS—Horseshoe Tunica
June 22 Atlanta, GA—Chastain Park Amphitheatre
June 24 Charlotte, NC—The Uptown Amphitheatre at The Music Factory
June 25 Raleigh, NC—The Red Hat Amphitheater
June 27 Pittsburgh, PA—Stage AE
June 28 Atlantic City, NJ—Borgata Spas & Resort Event Center
June 30 New York, NY—Central Park Summer Stage
July 2 Boston, MA—Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
July 5 Vienna, VA—Wolf Trap for the Performing Arts
July 12 Somerset, KY—Master Musicians Fest
July 14 Highland Park, IL—Ravina Festival-Highland Park
July 15 Columbus, OH—LC Pavilion
July 17 Orillia, ON—Casino Rama Entertainment Centre
July 18 Detroit, MI—Motor City Casino Hotel
July 20 Cincinnati, OH—Horseshoe Cincinnati
July 21 Grand Rapids, MI—Meijer Gardens
July 23 Milwaukee, WI—Riverside Theater
July 25 St. Paul, MN—The Myth
July 26 Council Bluffs, IA—Harrah’s Ballroom
July 29 Houston, TX—Bayou Music Center
July 30 Austin, TX—ACL Live
August 1 Tulsa, OK—Hard Rock
August 2 Durant, OK—Choctaw Casino Resort
August 6 Tucson, AZ—AVA Amphitheater
August 7 Phoenix, AZ—Comerica Theatre
August 10 Las Vegas, NV—Mandalay Bay Beach
August 12 Redmond, WA—Marymoor Park
August 13 Portland, OR—Arlene Scnitzer Concert Hall
August 15 Berkeley, CA—Greek Theatre
August 17 Los Angeles, CA—Greek Theatre


There are 8 comments associated with this post

anotherhasbeenwhothefuckcaresband March 19, 2014, 11:28:58

oh jeezus doesn any1 really care! Another Has been band

King Rhino March 19, 2014, 11:46:57

You cared enough to take time out of your useless life and comment. SELF’d

Dave the slave March 19, 2014, 12:42:56

Another band that is way better than Phish.

@ king duchebag March 19, 2014, 14:50:03

I bet u i help more people at my (useless) Job then u do in a fukn lifetime!! Just so happens i read this website everyday and love to comment on useless hazbeen bands ! U should go on tour with the counting crows!!

Mr Random March 19, 2014, 16:28:35

Does the lead singer still rock the fake dreads? @Dave, it’s been old for some time now. Move on.

anonymous March 20, 2014, 11:13:01

come on counting crows are awesome. has been? theyre still making music and i sawthem at a sold out show in virginia last year certainly wasnt the only sold out show on the tour u guys are uneducated clearly. pretty sure every jamband is “has been”

Chris Caravello March 20, 2014, 11:14:55

They are far from a has been band. They put on a hell of a show.

kev April 18, 2014, 08:53:26

The phrase ‘has been’ is a ‘has been’ phrase. It is a cliched comment. The band clearly arent a has been band because they ae still producing music that people are buying and can sell out shows in cities around the world. I saw them at the Sydney Opera House last year and they were great. Just because you only ever listened to Mr Jones doesnt mean that everyone else closed themselves off to the band. It must be pretty cool to be in a ‘has been’ band that sells out shows every time they tour…

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