Today, Gov’t Mule has announced their return to Europe this summer. The four-piece outfit—comprised of Warren Haynes (guitar, vocals), Matt Abts (drums), Danny Louis (keys), and Jorgen Carlsson (bass)—will make their way through the U.K., France, Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands for an 11-date stretch in late May and early June.
The tour will kick off on May 27th at Glasgow, U.K.’s O2 Academy, followed by stops at Newcastle, U.K.’s Boiler Shop (5/28); Leeds, U.K.’s O2 Academy (5/29); Birmingham, U.K.’s Town Hall (5/31); London, U.K.’s O2 Forum Kentish Town (6/1); Manchester, U.K.’s Academy 2 (6/2); Paris, FR’s La Cigale (6/4); Brussels, BE’s AB (6/5); Frankfurt, DE’s Batschkapp (6/6); Raalte, NL’s Ribs & Blues (6/8); and Alkmaar, NL’s Victorie (6/9).
Tickets for all of the band’s European summer shows will be available for purchase starting this Friday, February 1st via the Gov’t Mule website.
Aside from the newly announced European swing, Gov’t Mule’s 2019 touring schedule is relatively bare. As it stands, Gov’t Mule is scheduled to headline the inaugural Smoky Run Music Festival in Butler, OH in late June and serve as support for Lynyrd Skynyrd in Welch, MN on July 19th. Considering Mule’s road warrior ways, you can likely expect more 2019 U.S. dates to be announced as the summer approaches.