April 14th,2009 is a huge day for the Dave Matthews band. Not only is the first day of their 2009 tour, but it is also the day that they release their long awaited new yet-to-be-titled studio album. This is the first album that they have released in 4 years, so the album and the concert are destined to be a hot sellers.
I’m not positive that the whole tour is announced at this time, but the dates that are already scheduled are as follows:
Tue / Apr 14 / Madison Square Garden / New York, NY with The Roots
Wed / Apr 15 / IZOD Center / East Rutherford, NJ with The Roots
Fri / Apr 17 / John Paul Jones Arena / Charlottesville, VA with Old Crow Medicine Show
Sat / Apr 18 / John Paul Jones Arena / Charlottesville, VA with Old Crow Medicine Show
Mon / Apr 20 / Verizon Wireless Music Center Birmingham / Pelham, AL with Old Crow Medicine Show
Wed / Apr 22 / TWC Music Pavilion / Raleigh, NC with The Avett Brothers
Fri / Apr 24 / Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre / Charlotte, NC with The Avett Brothers
Sat / Apr 25 / Vanderbilt Stadium / Nashville, TN Special Show, support to be announced soon!
Tue / Apr 28 / Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park / Alpharetta, GA with The Avett Brothers
Wed / Apr 29 / Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park / Alpharetta, GA with The Avett Brothers
Fri / May 1 / Cynthia L. Woods Mitchell Pavilion / The Woodlands, TX with The Avett Brothers
Sat / May 2 / Superpages.com Center / Dallas, TX with The Avett Brothers
Tue / May 5 / Journal Pavilion / Albuquerque, NM with The Avett Brothers
Wed / May 6 / Cricket Wireless Pavilion / Phoenix, AZ with The Avett Brothers
Fri / May 8 / MGM Grand Garden Arena / Las Vegas, NV with Jason Mraz
Sat / May 9 / MGM Grand Garden Arena / Las Vegas, NV with Jason Mraz
Tickets for most of these shows go onsale January 15th. So mark your calendars! But if you don’t get tickets or you don’t want to “Get In Line,” you don’t have to “Say Goodbye” to see them on tour. Ticketcity.com won’t “Let you Down.” “What Would You Say” to looking on ticketcity.com to find those tickets when they sell out?! We are sure to have what you are looking for! And if you are worried about paying “Too Much,” remember, you “Pay For What You Get” and Dave Matthew’s Band is definitely worth it!