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Published: 2014/07/10

Dr. John Confirms New American Tour Dates

Dr. John has added a few American dates to his later summer and fall touring schedule. The New Orleans legend will now be playing shows in North Truro, MA, Las Vegas, Sandpoint, ID and Tulsa, OK this August, and he’s also confirmed a performance at SF Jazz in San Francisco for December 5. Tickets for the shows are now on sale.

As previously reported, Dr. John is currently making his way through Europe this month before he returns to the The States for a series of shows in August.

Dr. John Tour Dates

July 11 Nice, France—Nice Jazz Festival
July 12 Rotterdam, Holland—North Sea Jazz Fest
July 14 Montreaux, Switzerland—Montreux Jazz Festival
July 15 Perugia, Italy—Umbria Jazz
July 17 Vitoria, Spain—Festival de Jazz de Vitoria-Gasteiz
July 18 Sete, France—Jazz a Sete Festival
July 20 Stuttgart, Germany—Jazz Open
July 25 Columbus, OH—Park Street Saloon
July 26 Pittsburgh, PA—Pittsburgh Blues Festival
August 2 New York, NY—Central Park Summerstage
August 3 Newport, RI—Newport Jazz Festival
August 4 North Truro, MA—Payomet Performing Arts Center
August 8 Scottsdale, AZ—Talking Stick
August 9 Las Vegas, NV—Cannery Hotel and Casino
August 10 Saratoga, CA—Mountain Winery
August 16 Sandpoint, ID—The Hive
August 22 Tulsa, OK—River Spirit Event Center
August 23 Galveston, TX—The Grand
August 30 Curacao—Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival
September 11 Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada—Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival
September 13 Portsmouth, NH—Prescott Park
September 14 Burlington, VT—Grand Point North Festival
September 26 Kansas City, MO—CrossroadsKC
September 27 Germantown, TN—Germantown PAC
October 17 Clearwater, FL—Magnolia Music Fest
October 18 Live Oak, FL—Clearwater Jazz Holiday
November 12 Leverkusen, Germany—Leverkusener Jazztage
November 15 London, UK—EFG London Jazz Festival
December 3 Davis, CA—Mondavi Center @ UCDavis
December 5 San Francisco, CA—SF Jazz
December 6 Los Angeles, CA—UCLA

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Blooby July 10, 2014, 13:25:21

Heads up, I would assume October 17th and 18th are reversed.

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