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Dave Matthews Band Tour Dates, Cheap Concert Tickets 2016

Dave Matthews BandAmerican rock icons Dave Matthews Band are looking at a very busy touring schedule this year with over 50 confirmed live shows across the US.

The gang will hit the road on May 11, live at the Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita, KS, only to continue with a tightly-packed string of dates way until late July.

After taking a small break and the majority of August off, the band will return for another small leg, once again covering the States with a one-week run. During their journey, the group will pay a visit to Virginia Beach, Charlotte, and more prominent musical centers. The tour’s final show has been booked for September 4, live at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, WA.

DMB’s latest studio album “Away From the World” saw its release in September 2012 via RCA Records, marking the band’s eighth official studio effort and a follow-up to 2009’s “Big Whiskey & the GrooGrux King.”

Dave Matthews Band US Schedule




Tix Prices


May 11 7:00PM Wichita, KS $126-$1080 INTRUST Bank Arena
May 13 7:00PM Spring, TX $36-$1125 The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
May 14 7:00PM Dallas, TX $45-$1242 Gexa Energy Pavilion
May 17 7:00PM Oklahoma City, OK $129-$720 Chesapeake Energy Arena
May 18 7:00PM North Little Rock, AR $135-$761 Verizon Arena
May 20 7:00PM Cincinnati, OH $58-$1125 Riverbend Music Center
May 21 7:00PM Cuyahoga Falls, OH $77-$1215 Blossom Music Center
May 24 7:00PM Birmingham, AL $44-$621 Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
May 27 7:00PM Charlotte, NC $18-$1125 PNC Music Pavilion
May 28 7:00PM Atlanta, GA $18-$1125 Lakewood Amphitheatre
May 29 7:00PM Maryland Heights, MO $41-$1125 Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
Jun 07 7:00PM Holmdel, NJ $21-$1260 PNC Bank Arts Center
Jun 08 6:30PM Bangor, ME $94-$1170 Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion
Jun 10 7:00PM Mansfield, MA $18-$1125 Xfinity Center
Jun 11 7:00PM Hartford, CT $18-$1148 Xfinity Theatre
Jun 17 7:00PM Virginia Beach, VA $80-$1121 Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
Jun 18 7:00PM Bristow, VA $64-$1103 Jiffy Lube Live
Jun 21 7:00PM Wantagh, NY $27-$1260 Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
Jun 22 7:00PM Syracuse, NY $90-$428 Lakeview Amphitheater
Jun 24 7:00PM Camden, NJ $17-$1575 BB&T Pavilion
Jun 25 7:00PM Camden, NJ $17-$1575 BB&T Pavilion
Jun 28 7:00PM Moline, IL $121-$1170 I Wireless Center
Jun 29 7:00PM Bonner Springs, KS $86-$1125 Providence Medical Center Amphitheater
Jul 01 7:00PM Elkhorn, WI $45-$1125 Alpine Valley Music Theatre
Jul 02 7:00PM Elkhorn, WI $45-$1125 Alpine Valley Music Theatre
Jul 08 7:00PM Columbus, OH $87-$990 Nationwide Arena
Jul 09 7:00PM Burgettstown, PA $86-$1350 First Niagara Pavilion
Jul 12 7:00PM Gilford, NH $76-$900 Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion At Meadowbrook
Jul 13 7:00PM Gilford, NH $76-$900 Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion At Meadowbrook
Jul 15 7:00PM Saratoga Springs, NY $52-$1103 Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Jul 16 7:00PM Saratoga Springs, NY $79-$1103 Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Jul 19 7:00PM Toronto, Canada $86-$855 Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
Jul 20 Time TBA Clarkston, MI $72-$1125 DTE Energy Music Theatre
Jul 22 7:00PM Noblesville, IN $63-$1170 Klipsch Music Center
Jul 23 7:00PM Noblesville, IN $63-$1170 Klipsch Music Center
Jul 26 8:00PM North Charleston, SC $126-$810 North Charleston Coliseum
Jul 27 7:00PM Tampa, FL $72-$1125 MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre At The Florida State Fairgrounds
Jul 29 7:00PM West Palm Beach, FL $18-$1125 Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre
Jul 30 7:00PM West Palm Beach, FL $18-$1125 Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre
Aug 26 7:00PM Chula Vista, CA $71-$1418 Sleep Train Amphitheatre
Aug 27 7:00PM Irvine, CA $6-$1530 Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
Aug 29 6:00PM Berkeley, CA $130-$450 Greek Theatre
Aug 30 6:00PM Berkeley, CA $131-$450 Greek Theatre
Sep 01 Time TBA Quincy, WA $171-$1350 Gorge Amphitheatre
Sep 02 5:00PM Quincy, WA $68-$3636 Gorge Amphitheatre
Sep 03 5:00PM Quincy, WA $71-$3636 Gorge Amphitheatre
Sep 04 5:00PM Quincy, WA $68-$3636 Gorge Amphitheatre


Dave Matthews Band BioThe journey of Dave Matthews Band began back in 1991 as frontman Dave Matthews joined forces with bassist Stefan Lessard, drummer Carter Beauford, and saxophonist LeRoi Moore. The group’s lineup has since remained fairly steady, and featured several additions, as well as Matthews, Beauford and Lessard as the only constant members.

The amazing story began as Dave was working as a bartender in Charlottesville, Virginia. He was approached by a lawyer named Ross Hoffman who persuaded him to get a band going.

After independently releasing their first studio album, “Remember Two Things,” in 1993 under The Dave Matthews Band name, the group was already prepared to hit the big time with their 1994 record “Under the Table and Dreaming.”

Led by hit singles “What Would You Say,” “Jimi Thing,” and “Typical Situation,” the album went on to sell over six million copies, turning the lads into superstars. One of the album’s tunes, “In Memory of Anne,” was dedicated to Matthews’ sister Anne, who was killed by her husband in 1994 in a murder-suicide.

The DMB train kept a-rolling with 1996’s “Crash,” a 7x platinum giant that ultimately became the group’s best-selling effort to date. Singles like “Too Much,” “So Much to Say,” and “Crash Into Me” really speak for themselves. Music aficionados agree that this album cemented the group’s place among all-time greats, yet the boys weren’t done, not by a long shot.

In 1998, DMB scored their first US No. 1 with “Before These Crowded Streets,” only to embark on an extensive tour and take three years to deliver the goods yet again.

The album also marked a very impressive winning streak for the band, as every album after “Before These Crowded Streets,” and there are five of them, debuted at No. 1 on the US Billboard 200 album chart. Add six platinum live albums to the mix, and you’ll pretty much reach the figure of 30 million albums sold.

There’s also a notable Best Vocal Performance Grammy award to be found among the group’s accolades, but rewards and album sales aren’t exactly what Dave Matthews Band is all about. Sure, they’re about killer hit songs, but one of the group’s primary strengths are live shows.

This is clearly reflected by the fact that the demand for DMB live footage is off the charts, and although the band has released as much as 60 (!) live records in their career, the fans are always yearning for just a little bit more. The group’s first official live album, ” Live at Red Rocks 8.15.95,” saw its release back in October 1997.

When DMB are playing, the crowd is always rocking, regardless of the venue’s size. The energy delivered by the boys is something truly remarkable and something you should most definitely witness at least once in your lifetime. There are folks who follow the band across country to see them as many times as possible, and that’s saying something. If they happen to stop by in your region, buy your Dave Matthews Band tickets ASAP, it’s a decision you won’t regret.

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