Top 5 Tour Announcements of the Week
This week, country singers Zac Brown and Jason Aldean announce a batch 2017 tour dates, and jam band Gov’t Mule follows suit. Plus, two of entertainment’s top comedians ready for a winter run. Here’s who we’re most excited to see hit the road.
Dave Chappelle 2017 Tour
Beloved comedian Dave Chappelle has announced an initial round of 2017 tour dates, set to kick off on February 1 in Charleston, SC, the first of three South Carolinian dates. Chappelle will then continue down the East Coast, performing in Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia and more. Currently, the final stop is in New Orleans on February 18. Click here for tickets.
Zac Brown Band Summer/Fall Tour
In support of their upcoming album, Welcome Home, Southern rockers Zac Brown Band will hit the road for a lengthy summer/fall romp. The tour begins the same day the album is released, May 12, and the band will celebrate with a two-night run in Alpharetta, GA, at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre. You can also catch them for three nights in Gilford, NH, before they head to the West and Southwestern part of the country. Click here for tickets.
Kathy Griffin ‘Celerity Run-In’ Tour
Never one to mince words, comedian Kathy Griffin has just announced another stand-up tour filled with Hollywood horror stories. The Celebrity Run-In tour kicked off last week in Indio, CA, and will run all the way through April 30 at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland, VT. In between, catch her in the Midwest, South and East Coast. Click here for tickets.
Jason Aldean ‘They Don’t Know’ Tour
Jason Aldean has announced dates behind his upcoming They Don’t Know tour. No stranger to the road, Aldean will set off on April 27 for a performance in Toledo, OH, before making the rounds throughout the U.S. for the duration of spring and part of summer. Catch him at Taste of Country Music Festival and Country Jam in June–most other dates and venues are still TBA. Click here for more info.
Gov’t Mule Spring Tour
Prolific jam band Gov’t Mule has announced a short run of shows for the spring. Slated to kick off with a slot at Wanee Festival in Like Oak, FL, the band will perform in South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee and Alabama, before rounding out the tour with a gig during New Orleans Jazz Fest. For several of the shows they’ll be joined by The Record Company as support. Click here for tickets.