Trey Anastasio Band has canceled its upcoming summer tour due to ongoing concerns regarding the spread of the novel coronavirus. The nine-date run was originally slated to start on May 22nd in Baltimore, MD and wrap up on June 6th in Cleveland, OH.

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As the band notes in the cancellation announcement,

Due to continued public health concerns surrounding the coronavirus, all Trey Anastasio Band Summer Tour dates are cancelled. All tickets will be refunded automatically via the point of purchase.

For ticket questions or concerns please reach out to your point of purchase.

The cancellation of the summer Trey Anastasio Band tour follows the cancellation/postponement of Oysterhead‘s April shows earlier this month. No announcement has yet been made regarding the status of the scheduled summer tour by Trey Anastasio’s “other” band, Phish, which is set to begin on July 14th in Eugene, OR and continue through the band’s annual Labor Day Weekend run at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, CO. We’ll keep you posted as updates on this summer’s tours continue to be issued.

In the meantime, Trey has been making the best of his quarantine by releasing a steady stream of new songs from the confines of his apartment, including “The Greater Good“, “I Never Needed You Like This Before“, “Timeless“, “Lost In The Pack“, and “When The Words Go Away“.

In addition, Phish just announced a webcast and cooking series for fans in self-quarantine, Dinner and a MovieEach Tuesday, Phish will re-air a past show via and share a recipe for fans to cook while they watch. The series will begin tonight, Tuesday, March 24th, with Phish’s 8/31/12 show at Dick’s and Trey & Sue’s “Between Me & My Mouth” vegetarian chili.

For more updates on Trey Anastasio tour dates, head here.