Bob Weir & Wolf Bros will return to the road for a spring 2022 tour along with The Wolfpack string section and Barry Sless (pedal steel) in tow. This will mark Weir’s first full-fledged solo tour since the pandemic halted the Grateful Dead guitarist/singer in the midst of a spring 2020 tour.

The familiar lineup of Weir and his Wolf Bros bandmates Don Was (bass), Jay Lane (drums), and Jeff Chimenti (keyboards) will be bolstered by the expanded Wolf Pack, a string and brass quintet consisting of Alex Kelly (cello), Brian Switzer (trumpet), Adam Theis (trombone), Mads Tolling (violin), and Sheldon Brown (woodwind). The ensemble will begin its tour with a previously announced four-night engagement at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall in Washington, D.C. featuring the National Symphony Orchestra (2/9, 2/10, 2/12, 2/13).

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The tour continues with Weir’s return to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium (3/9); and dates in Memphis, TN (3/10); Witchita, KS (3/14); Kansas City, MO (3/15); Milwaukee, WI (3/17); Chicago, IL (3/18); Nashville, IN (3/19); Columbus, OH (3/21); Asheville, NC (3/24); Chattanooga, TN (3/25); Durham, NC (3/26); Pittsburgh, PA (3/29); and finally Syracuse, NY (3/30).

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Bob Weir & Wolf Bros Featuring The Wolfpack 2022 Tour Dates

February 9—Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Washington, DC
February 10—Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Washington, DC
February 12—Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Washington, DC
February 13—Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Washington, DC
March 9—Ryman Auditorium—Nashville, TN
March 10—Orpheum Theatre—Memphis, TN
March 14—Orpheum Theatre—Wichita, KS
March 15—Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland—Kansas City, MO
March 17—Riverside Theater—Milwaukee, WI
March 18—Chicago Theatre—Chicago, IL
March 19—Brown County Music Center—Nashville, IN
March 21—Palace Theatre—Columbus, OH
March 24—Thomas Wolfe Auditorium—Asheville, NC
March 25—Tivoli Theatre—Chattanooga, TN
March 26—Durham Performing Arts Center—Durham, NC
March 29—Roxian Theatre—Pittsburgh, PA
March 30—Landmark Theatre—Syracuse, NY

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