Gov’t Mule has announced a performance at the Palace Theater in Waterbury, CT to complete their four-night 2019 New Year’s Run. This December 28th show will be the band’s debut at the Palace Theater.

As the band notes in an announcement post on their social media accounts, “This year’s Mule Year’s Run is a year of firsts. Not only is it the first time we are playing The Met in Philadelphia, but we are excited to announce the addition of the Palace Theater in Waterbury, CT to the run on Saturday, December 28.”

The year-ending run will begin with a performance at The Met Philly in Philadelphia, PA on December 27th with support from The Allman Betts Band. Following the show in Waterbury on the 28th, Gov’t Mule will return to their customary New Year’s home, New York’s Beacon Theatre, December 30th and 31st. The first night of the Beacon run will feature support from The Record Company, while New Year’s Eve will be an “evening with” Mule Year’s blowout.

A pre-sale for tickets to Gov’t Mule’s Palace Theater debut starts via Mule Ticketing on Wednesday, October 23rd. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, October 25th. For tickets to the show at The Met Philadelphia, head here. For tickets to the two NYC shows head here (for 12/30) and here (for 12/31).

VIP Packages are still available for The Met Philly show via CID Entertainment. Packages include reserved seating in the first ten rows, a professional group photo opportunity taken with the entire band prior to show, a limited edition event poster autographed by the band, one Gov’t Mule merchandise gift, download code for the 12/27/19 performance via Mule Tracks. For more information on Mule Year’s 2019 VIP Packages, head here.

Gov’t Mule plans to start 2020 with their 4-day destination event, Island Exodus 11This being the 11th edition, taking place January 19th-23rd, at the Jewel Paradise Cove in Runaway Bay, Jamaica. Comprised of four days and nights of music on the beach in the Caribbean, Island Exodus will feature performances by Gov’t Mule, Warren Haynes, Hot Tuna, North Mississippi Allstars, Tyler Ramsey & Carl Broemel, Little Days and Ron Holloway. There will also be a special “Exodus-Eve” performance by Melvin Seals and JGB on January 18th. Details on more of the extras and ticketing can be found here.

For a full list of upcoming Gov’t Mule shows, head here.