Today, Connecticut-based funk-fusion outfit Kung Fu has announced a 2019 winter tour. The 11-city swing will keep the band—comprised of guitarist Tim Palmieri, saxophonist Rob Somerville, bassist Chris DeAngelis, keyboardist Beau Sasser, and drummer Adrian Tramontano—on the road throughout the first two months of the year.
The tour will begin on January 10th with a performance at Killington, VT’s Pickle Barrel before continuing to Albany NY (1/11) and Manchester, NH (1/12). The following weekend, Kung Fu will head south for a three-night run at Key West, FL’s Green Parrot. From there, the band will mount a three-night, three city run through Stanhope, NJ (1/31); Syracuse, NY (2/1); and Mount Snow, VT (2/2) before heading to Harrisburg, PA (2/8) and Brooklyn, NY (2/9) the next weekend. Finally, Kung Fu will round out their tour with a performance at Baltimore, MD’s 8×10 on March 1st.
Before they get to their newly announced tour, Kung Fu still has plenty on their schedule to keep them busy through the last few weeks of 2018 including a number of Florida dates, a hometown show at New Haven’s Toad’s Place (12/21), and a four-night, three-city run leading up to New Year’s Eve. For more information on Kung Fu’s upcoming dates, head to the band’s website.