Dave Matthews Band: Fall Tour

Dave Matthews Band will be hitting the road again this fall in the US.

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Dave Matthews Band will be hitting the road again this fall in the US for an arena tour which will feature support acts Amos Lee, Punch Brothers, John Butler Trio, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue at various stops.

The outing will start on November 2nd at HSBC Arena in Buffalo, NY, and include the group's first-ever concert at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, NY (November 3rd).

In the middle of the tour, the band will play two consecutive two-night stands - Boston's TD Garden (November 9th and 10th) and New York City's Madison Square Garden (November 12th and 13th).

The tour will conclude with a return to Charlottesville, where Dave Matthews Band formed in 1991. The group will play Charlottesville's John Paul Jones Arena on November 19th and 20th.

DateCity/StateVenuePublic On Sale Support

11/02 - Buffalo, NY HSBC Arena 9/25, 10am ET Amos Lee 11/03 - Uniondale, NY Nassau Coliseum 9/24, 10am ET Amos Lee 11/05 - Albany, NY Times Union Cente r9/24, 10am ET Punch Brothers 11/06 - Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center 9/25, 10am ET Punch Brothers 11/09 - Boston, MATD Garden 9/25, 10am ET John Butler Trio 11/10 - Boston, MATD Garden 9/25, 10am, ET John Butler Trio 11/12 - 2New York, NY Madison Square Garden 9/24, 10am, ET John Butler Trio 11/13 - New York, NY Madison Square Garden 9/24, 10am, ET John Butler Trio 11/16 - Atlanta, GA Philips Arena 9/24, 10am, ET Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue 11/17 - Charleston, SC North Charleston Coliseum 9/24, 10am ET Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue 11/19 - Charlottesville, VAJohn Paul Jones Arena 9/24, 10am ET Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue 11/20 - Charlottesville, VAJohn Paul Jones Arena 9/24, 10am ET Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue

Thanks for the report to antiMusic.com.

11 comments sorted by best / new / date

    Coolpix56
    Best concert experience ever for me. Glad to see em' headed back to ATL! Can't wait.
    TrabenBassist22
    Saw them a few months ago at Citi Field here in NY. They put on a good show. If I hadn't already spent my money on other concerts I probably would've gone to the Nassau Coliseum show.
    perilouspete
    Don't forget about the Farm Aid date Oct. 2nd at Miller Park in Milwaukee!! Gonna be sickkk
    biff022
    Used to respect, nay even kinda liked them, but they haven't written a decent song in a decade. Plus too many Birkenstocks and North Face vests at their shows... lol.