Another year means another highly-anticipated Dave Matthews Band Summer Tour. The specifics for the 2019 jaunt were recently announced to the public. DMB fans from coast-to-coast will be gifted with shows within a reasonable drive or short plane ride. Fans need look no further than here for information and an abundance of affordable ticket selections for a Spring and Summer Tour spanning six months.
The mere mention of Dave Matthews Band sends comfortable vibes and great memories through the bodies and minds of fans dating back to the 90s. Dave Matthews was truly a folk icon around the turn of the century, and he has used the last 20 years to deeply carve out his niche in the folk music world. His fans regard him as the single greatest and most important musician in the modern era, and the popularity of his tickets as well as his abundance of tour dates further enforces the notion.
These days, musicians cannot easily generate millions of dollars by way of album sales, because the Internet has become a bit of the Wild West in that regard, and record stores that sell albums by the hundreds per day no longer exist outside of a few historic and iconic ones. So taking to the road is the logical approach for many groups, and none are more prepared to do this than the Dave Matthews Band.
While working as a bartender in Virginia in the early 1990s, Dave Matthews showed serious talents as a musician, but also an extreme hesitancy to actually make a move and take to the stage. A lawyer friend of his convinced him to record a demo, which got in the hands of the right people. He was soon being introduced to an array of amazing artists, whom he tapped to create the original versions of Dave Matthews Band. They created a sound and live show unlike anything seen before, merging folk rock with jazz and instrumental elements that entertained the fans in dive bars.
Growing Fan Base
Dave Matthews Band Tickets became very popular soon, and they headlined an abundance of festivals and other music-based events in the late 90s while essentially being the “It” band. Their CDs spun in college dorms throughout North America during this comfortable time. Many who experienced DMB in their college years are ready to experience them again when they take to North American stages soon.
2019 North American Summer Tour
The fun begins In Pensacola, Florida on April 30 at the Pensacola Center. From there, the tour will weave through Jacksonville, New Orleans, Alabama and wind up in Nashville on May 11 for a huge indoor show at the Bridgestone Arena. The tour features indoor and outdoor performances, and the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater in Maryland Heights will host a show on May 15.
After a Dallas, Texas show at the Dos Equis Pavilion on May 18, the tour will take a nearly month-long break until it resumes at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey for shows on June 14 and June 15. The Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in New York will host what is sure to be an awesome show inside of their splendid venue on June 19. The tour continues to weave in and out of the Eastern Seaboard and the Midwest in the following weeks, including shows in Cincinnati at the Riverbend Music Center on July 2, Toronto at the Budweiser Stage on July 10, and Charlotte, North Carolina at the PNC Music Pavilion on July 19. Dave Matthews Band 2019 Tour Tickets are currently available to all of these dates now.
July concludes with Florida performances at the Mid-Florida Credit Union Amphitheater in Tampa on July 24, and consecutive shows in West Palm Beach at the Coral Sky Amphitheater on July 26 and 27. Two shows in Colorado at the well-known Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater will take place in late-August after another break. Three concerts at Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, Washington will span August 30 through September 1, and a two more Northwestern shows in Washington and Nevada pop in the following days.
One of the biggest dates on the upcoming calendar will go down at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, a gigantic indoor venue that has hosted the biggest names in music since it opened to the public less than three years ago. That show will take place on September 7, followed by the final two dates on the tour, scheduled for Phoenix on September 13 and Asbury Park, New Jersey on September 22. Given large breaks in the run, there’s reason to believe additional shows will be added. For anyone interested in any dates they see on this list or the full list provided here, now is the time to secure 2019 Dave Matthews Band Tickets.