Continuing to celebrate the news of a cancer-free diagnosis for bassist/vocalist Rob Derhak, Buffalo rockers moe. have officially announced their 2018 spring tour. The band made its triumphant return to The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY last weekend after canceling the majority of their 2017 summer tour when Derhak was diagnosed with Nasopharyngeal Cancer earlier in the year.
moe.’s 2018 spring tour will begin on April 20th at the Lincoln Theatre in Washington, DC, and include stops at the Down By Downtown Festival in Roanoke, VA; Pisgah Brewing Company in Black Mountain, NC; Wellmont Theatre in Montclair, NJ; two nights at Higher Ground in Burlington, VA; and the Calvin Theatre in Northampton, MA.
Before that, the band has two nights scheduled at the State Theatre in Portland, ME (February 16th-17th) followed by a weekend in Albany, NY at the Palace Theatre (February 23rd-24th). The band has also been enlisted to perform at New York City’s iconic Carnegie Hall for The Music of Led Zeppelin tribute alongside Bustle In Your Hedgerow, Nicole Atkins, Jackie Greene, Living Colour, The London Souls, O.A.R., The Zombies, and more on March 7.
This summer, moe. is slated to perform the annual Summer Camp Music Festival in Chillicothe, IL, the Music on the Mothership in El Prado, NM, and the Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA. moe. will also make their triumphant return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO on July 12, after having to cancel their performances last summer.
Pre-sale tickets for the upcoming 2018 spring tour will go on sale Tuesday, 2/13 at 10 am ET, with a general on-sale opening on Friday, 2/16 at 10 am ET. See below for a list of spring tour dates, and head to the band’s website for more information.
moe. 2018 Spring Tour Dates
April 20th: Washington, DC – The Lincoln Theatre
April 21st: Roanoke, VA – Down By The River Music Festival
April 22nd: Black Mountain, NC – Pisgah Brewing Co.
April 24th: Montclair, NJ – The Wellmont Theater
April 26th & 27th: South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
April 28th: Northampton, MA – The Calvin Theater
[photo: Jay Blakesberg]