The String Cheese Incident has extended its 2023 fall tour with seven new concerts across North America. The run of shows adds to the band’s previously announced slate of festival appearances and culminates with a three-night return to Stubb’s Bar-B-Q in Austin.

The new tour dates pick up on September 10th in Richmond, VA at Virginia Credit Union LIVE! The String Cheese Incident will then make a rare trip through the Midwest, with service to Jim Thorpe, PA at Penn’s Peak (9/14) and Huber Heights, OH’s Rose Music Center (9/20), before hopping the border for a lone Canadian date at Fallsview Casino Resort in Niagra Falls, ON (9/21).

After a sizable break, during which the band will host its annual Suwannee Hulaween party in Like Oak, FL (10/27–29), Cheese will return to Stubbs November 2nd–4th. The three-night stand at the venerable Austin venue will mark Cheese’s first shows there in exactly two years, with the band staging a three-night run back on November 4th–6th, 2021.

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These headlining shows are interspersed with appearances at Willie Nelson‘s traveling Outlaw Festival. The band will appear at East Coast stops with a rotating lineup that includes Bob Weir & Wolf BrosTedeschi Trucks BandGov’t MuleThe Avett BrothersLos Lobos, and more.

A String Cheese Incident pre-sale for newly announced fall tour dates begins on Thursday, June 15th at 12 p.m. ET, no code required. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday at 10 a.m. ET. See below for a full list of tour dates.