Eggy will keep warm in winter 2023 with a lengthy tour schedule set to carry the rising New Haven, CT jam quartet through March. Also included with the newly announced dates are previously revealed appearances with moe.Umphrey’s McGee, and Twiddle.

After headlining its own Phish after-show at The Cutting Room in New York City on December 28th, Eggy will head down to Philadelphia to ring in the new year with moe. at The Fillmore. That concert will feature Chuck Garvey‘s first onstage appearance with moe. since the guitarist suffered a stroke last November.

On January 20th, Eggy will resurface at The Capitol Theatre to help Umphrey’s McGee celebrate its 25th birthday in Port Chester, NY. From there, the band will take on headliner status in Killington, VT (1/22) before jetting cross-country to join Magic Beans at the band’s SnowStalk gathering in Friso, CO (1/27–28).

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Once out west, Eggy will join up with Twiddle to provide support on the Vermont quartet’s Distance Makes The Heart Tour. Twiddle recently announced that after its 2023 tour the band will go on indefinite hiatus. Eggy will open for Twiddle on 13 shows out west in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Utah from February 18th–March 8th.

Eggy will then headline Public House in Crested Butte, CO on March 10th before joining up with Twiddle once again for a show at 10 Mile Music Hall in Frisco, CO on March 12th. After that, Eggy has headlining shows in Milwaukee, WI (3/15) and Kalamazoo, MI (3/16) followed by three shows that will be revealed at a later date. Eggy was also recently included on the lineup for Daze Between in New Orleans, LA (5/2–5/3) and Summer Camp Music Festival in Chillicothe, IL (5/26–5/28).

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Tickets for the newly-announced Eggy 2023 winter tour dates go on sale on Friday at 10 a.m. ET via the band’s website. $1 from each ticket sold will benefit Backline, the non-profit organization that connects music industry professionals with mental health resources.

 

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