Three relatives of Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce, and Eric Clapton will hit the road together to mark the 50th anniversary of pioneering psychedelic rock trio Cream’s farewell tour. Dubbed the “Music Of Cream Tour”, the outing will swing through much of Canada and the United States this fall.

Ginger Baker’s son, Kofi Baker, Jack Bruce’s son, Malcolm Bruce, and Eric Clapton’s former nephew by marriage, Will Johns (the nephew of Patty Boyd and son of famed English producer Andy Johns) will join forces for the outing, which will kick off over a year after the trio embarked on a similar tour through the Australia and New Zealand. According to a press release, the group will perform Cream classics while backed by big screen footage and photos from the iconoclastic rock band’s heyday.

“We had such an amazing response to our first tour in Australia and New Zealand that we’ve spent some considerable time adding to the show,” Bruce, whose father would have turned 75 years old today, said in a press release. “Now, we not only have this amazing legacy of music to play, but an opportunity to share some wonderful insights and stories with our audience. A backstage pass like no other, if you will.”

“We also have a few surprises in store that we know people are going to really respond to, so we can’t wait to be on the road again playing these shows across North America this fall,” added Baker, who toured with his father for many years and used to lead a Cream tribute project called the Kofi Baker Cream Experience.

According to the tour’s website, fans can expect to hear Cream favorites like “Spoonful”, “Strange Brew”, “Sunshine of Your Love”, “White Room”, “Crossroads”, and “Badge” during the Music of Cream Tour. Tickets information for the shows can be found via the tour’s website.

Music of Cream Tour Trailer

Music of Cream Tour Dates:

9/28 Ottawa, ON – Centrepoint Theatre
9/29 Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre
9/30 Quebec City, QC – Imperial Bell
10/2 South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
10/4 Ridgefield, CT – Ridgefield Playhouse
10/5 Woonsocket, RI – Stadium Theatre
10/6 New Bedford, MA – Zeiterion Theatre
10/7 Portland, ME – State Theatre
10/9 Northampton, MA – Calvin Theatre
10/11 Lynn, MA – Lynn Memorial Auditorium
10/12 New London, CT – Garde Arts Center
10/13 Concord, NH – Capitol Centre for the Arts-Chubb Theatre
10/14 Jim Thorpe, PA – Penn’s Peak
10/16 Englewood, NJ – Bergen Performing Arts Center
10/17 Huntington, NY – The Paramount
10/18 Glenside, PA – Keswick Theatre
10/19 Waterloo, NY – The Vine at del Lago Casino
10/21 Albany, NY – Hart Theatre Empire State Plaza PAC “The Egg”
10/23 Red Bank, NJ – Count Basie Theatre
10/24 Harrisburg, PA – Stage @ Club XL
10/25 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live
10/26 Greensburg, PA – Palace Theatre
11/1 Cleveland, OH – Playhouse Square – StateTheatre
11/2 Newark, OH – Midland Theatre
11/3 Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue
11/7 Des Moines, IA – Des Moines Performing Arts Center
11/8 St. Charles, IL – Arcada Theatre
11/9 Milwaukee, WI – Pabst Theater
11/10 Cedar Rapids, IA – Paramount Theatre
11/11 St. Paul, MN – Fitzgerald Theatre
11/13 Wausau, WI – Grand Theater
11/14 Madison, WI – Orpheum Theater
11/15 Louisville, KY – Brown Theatre
11/16 Cincinnati, OH – Bogarts