Gearing up for their 11th studio album, it’s not us–due out January 12th–Umphrey’s McGee will hit the road hard in 2018, heading to west for their newly-added second leg of the band’s 20th anniversary tour. The previously announced January/February dates include a 3-night residency at New York City’s famed Beacon Theatre, and multiple 2-night runs in Philadelphia, PA and Cincinnati, OH with back-to-back arena shows in Kalamazoo, MI and Asheville, NC. Committed to rocking through more territory, Umphrey’s McGee will charge through February and March with multi-night runs across the mid-west and west coast.
After taking a year off, UM will return to Aspen for a triple-header at Belly Up Aspen and the tour continues through Salt Lake City, Missoula, Seattle, and two nights at Crystal Ballroom in Portland, culminating with four nights in sunny California. Aspen will host a umVIP program, complete with elevated viewing, a pre-show band meet-and-greet, and more. 2018 is shaping up to be a huge year for the band as they celebrate their 20th Anniversary and bring new music to their legions of fans, and we can’t wait.
Along for the ride on the it’s not us tour are several up and coming bands for select dates, including eclectic six-piece powerhouse Big Something, the sweet retro-soul sounds of Nicole Atkins, upbeat Americana energy boosters Hayley Jane & The Primates, young psychedelic southern rock torch holders The Marcus King Band, NOLA genre-defiers The Russ Liquid Test, and LA funk trio Organ Freeman.
Pre-sale tickets (through Umphrey’s Ticketing) and Aspen umVIP tickets (through umVIP) will go on sale tomorrow, Wednesday, November 15th, at 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET, with public on sales Friday, November 17th at 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET. For ticket info and upcoming announcements, please visit the band’s website.