Dave Matthews Band Confirm Summer Tour Dates

January 13, 2015

Dave Matthews Band will once again embark on a lengthy summer tour spanning from coast to coast over the course of five months. The band will make several notable stops along the way including a lengthy run throughout the South that includes rare stops in Arkansas and Mississippi along with more routine stops in Texas, Georgia and North Carolina, among others.

DMB will also return to Alpine Valley, a staple in the tour schedule that was skipped last year, along with two-night runs in Saratoga Springs, NY (which falls on the July 4 holiday), Camden, NJ, Noblesville, IN, West Palm Beach, FL and Englewood, CO, among others. The band will also return to the Gorge for a three-night run over Labor Day weekend.

Once again, the band will reprise their two-set format show, which was implemented at the beginning of last year. Boyd Tinsley sat down with Jambands.com before their tour last year to discuss the format and what to expect. The band delivered the first set acoustic and the second in an electric format.

Tickets are on sale February 13 at 10 AM local time. All ticketing information is available via the band’s website. Consult the full tour schedule below.

Dave Matthews Band 2015 Summer Tour Dates:

May 13 Austin, TX–Austin 360 Amphitheater

May 15 Dallas, TX–Gexa Energy Pavilion

May 16 The Woodlands, TX–Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

May 19 Rogers, AR–Walmart Arkansas Pavilion

May 20 Southaven, MS–BankPlus Amphitheatre

May 22 Raleigh, NC–Walnut Creek Amphitheatre

May 23 Bristow, VA–Jiffy Lube Live

May 30 Atlanta, GA–Aaron’s Amphitheatre

June 2 Orange Beach, AL–The Wharf

June 3 Tuscaloosa, AL–Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

June 5 Cincinnati, OH–Riverbend Music Center

June 6 Burgettstown, PA–First Niagara Pavilion

June 9 Wantagh, NY–Nikon at Jones Beach Theater

June 10 Holmdel, NJ–PNC Bank Arts Center

June 12 Hartford, CT–Xfinity Theatre

June 13 Mansfield, MA–Xfinity Center

June 26 Camden, NJ–Susquehanna Bank Center

June 27 Camden, NJ–Susquehanna Bank Center

June 30 Des Moines, IA–Wells Fargo Center

July 1 St. Paul, MN–Xcel Energy Center

July 3 Saratoga Springs, NY–Saratoga Performing Arts Center

July 4 Saratoga Springs, NY–Saratoga Performing Arts Center

July 7 Clarkston, MI–DTE Energy Music Center

July 8 Cuyahoga Falls, OH–Blossom Music Center

July 10 Charlotte, NC–PNC Music Pavilion

July 11 Virginia Beach, VA–Farm Bureau Live

July 14 Bonner Springs, KS–Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre

July 15 Maryland Heights, MO–Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

July 17 Noblesville, IN–Klipsch Music Center

July 18 Noblesville, IN–Klipsch Music Center

July 21 Toronto, ON–Molson Amphitheatre

July 22 Montreal, QC–Bell Centre

July 25 East Troy, WI–Alpine Valley

July 26 East Troy, WI–Alpine Valley

July 29 Tampa, FL–MIDFLORIDA Amphitheatre

July 31 West Palm Beach, FL–Cruzan Amphitheatre

August 1 West Palm Beach, FL–Cruzan Amphitheatre

August 28 Englewood, CO–Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre

August 29 Englewood, CO–Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre

September 1 Vancouver, BC–Rogers Arena

September 4 George, WA–The Gorge

September 5 George, WA–The Gorge

September 6 George, WA–The Gorge

September 9 Stateline, NV–Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena

September 11 Mountain View, CA–Shoreline Amphitheatre

September 12 Irvine, CA–Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

September 13 Phoenix, AZ–Ak-Chin Pavilion