My Morning Jacket are currently scheduled to perform six more nights in 2017-2018, then will take a brief hiatus until 2019. To celebrate the New Year, My Morning Jacket will perform the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, which is located just outside of the city of Denver, on December 29th, 30th, and 31st. Then, the band will return to the Dominican Republic for the fourth year of One Big Holiday, March 2-6, 2018. My Morning Jacket has confirmed that these dates will be the band’s final until 2019.
Following his 2009 Tribute To George Harrison EP, frontman Jim James has announced a special reissue of the album as well as an exciting follow up Tribute To 2 that will cover a vast array of musicians–both due out on December 8th via ATO Records. My Morning Jacket guitarist Carl Broemel (who is currently promoting his latest solo album 4th of July) and keyboardist Bo Koster (who will also be on the road with Roger Waters’ Us + Them World Tour) have also time reserved for another upcoming project with Ray LaMontagne. Additionally, drummer Patrick Hallahan will be busy with VHS’s Craig Pfunder to produce Petty Fest, going down November 22 in Louisville, KY, also featuring bandmates Tom Blankenship and Jim James. 2018 will seemingly be a time for the band’s respective solo projects, or perhaps there’s another MMJ album in the works–making these final shoes extra special.
On the first night of the upcoming New Year’s Eve run, The Revolution, better known as the late and legendary Prince’s own band, will help kick things off on December 29th. On December 30th, My Morning Jacket will be joined by tUnE-yArDs, while the 31st will see Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe serve as special guests. Don’t miss out!