One of New York’s most popular homegrown jam bands will embark on their 2017 Spring Tour with a brief Northeastern run this week. Moe. hits the road on Thursday, March 30th at The Wellmont Theatre in New Jersey for the first time since 2012. The 5-piece will close out the month on Friday the 31st at the College Street Music Hall in New Haven, CT before celebrating April Fool’s Day at The Paramount in Huntington, NY on Saturday.
All three of these venues are easily drivable or trainable from NYC, where fans have been clustered since the band’s origin over 20 years ago. Speaking of cities where moe.ron’s like to dance, the short and sweet Northeast run will end with a four-night residency at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA. The max capacity at this Harvard Square establishment is only 525 people making it a space normally reserved for up-and-coming bands, not veteran acts capable of packing much larger venues. If you were lucky enough to score tickets to one of these four sold-out shows from April 5th-April 8th, you are in for a real treat!
Moe. will head south in April for a handful of shows before they kick off their annual festival season with headlining performances at Summer Camp in May and the return of Moe.Down at the end of June. Another well-known jam band from the Northeast will host a “Baker’s Dozen” run in July at Madison Square Garden and Moe. already has extra special plans for a late-night celebration on the opening night. They are “coming home again” to New York City on July 21st for an after party at the PlayStation Theater that is not to be missed.
“Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s Party!’” -Robin Williams