Perpetual Groove will hit the road this fall for an 18-show tour with new member Darren Stanley on drums.

The jam quartet will begin its fall tour on September 9th at Georgia Theatre in Atlanta, GA, where the band bid farewell to drummer Albert Suttle on New Year’s Eve. Brock Butler, Adam Perry, and Matt McDonald will continue on with Darren Stanley on drums as they travel to The Charleston Pourhouse in Charleston, SC on September 10th. They will then play three shows in Texas at Deep Ellum Art Co. in Dallas on the 14th, Mohawk in Austin on the 15th, and Last Concert Cafe in Houston on the 16th.

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The band will play additional shows in the south, with stops at Tipitina’s in New Orleans, LA (9/17); Victory North in the band’s hometown of Savannah, GA (9/23); and The Spinning Jenny in Greer, SC (9/24). They will have a couple weeks off before touring the East Coast with shows at Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD (10/12); Ardmore Music Hall in Ardmore, PA (10/13); Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, NY (10/15); and The Homestead in Morristown, NJ (10/16).

They will wrap up the tour in the south with dates at The Neighborhood Theatre in Charlotte, NC (10/19); The Broadberry in Richmond, VA (10/20); The Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh, NC (10/21); Ziggy’s in High Point, NC (10/22); and two shows in Florida (after a few weeks off) at 1904 Music Hall in Jacksonville (11/18) and Jamburg in Leesburg (11/19). More dates are to be announced.

Tickets for Perpetual Groove’s fall tour are on sale now. View a full list of tour dates below. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the band’s website.