Greensky Bluegrass has announced an expansive Winter Tour to kick off 2020. With the first show in St. Louis, MO at The Pageant on January 15, the tour winds through the Midwest and East Coast, and finishing with a two-night stand at The Tabernacle in Atlanta. Ghost Light will joining Greensky as the opener for a majority of the dates, with another act being announced in the near future. General on-sale begins on Friday, October 18.
Ahead for Greensky Bluegrass this fall include appearances at Hulaween & Hangtown festivals, then an epic Midwestern Halloween weekend run kicking off in Chicago at the Chicago Theatre on Halloween, then off to Kansas City and St. Paul. The band will appear at ‘What The Night Brings’ tribute to Jeff Austin on November 4 then a duo of shows in their hometown of Kalamazoo, MI Nov. 29 & 30. Greensky will debut at Denver’s new Mission Ballroom on Dec. 6 & 7 before heading to Mexico for Cloud 9 Adventure’s Strings & Sol. The band will ring in 2020 with a three-night stand at The Riverside in Milwaukee, WI – with support from Horseshoes & Hand Grenades on 12/29 and 12/30, and a three-set Greensky NYE event to close out the year.
The band’s third incarnation of its Camp Greensky Music Festival is the latest confirmed 2020 date, happening June 4 to 6 in Wellston, MI, tickets are available now.
Greensky Bluegrass Winter Tour dates
1/15 – The Pageant, St. Louis, MO
1/16 – Old Forester’s Paristown Hall, Louisville, KY
1/17 – Agora Theatre, Cleveland, OH
1/18 – The Met, Philadelphia, PA
1/19 – Roxian Theatre, McKees Rock, PA
1/22 – State Theater, Ithaca, NY*
1/23 – State Theatre, Portland, ME*
1/24 – Beacon Theatre, NYC
1/25 – House of Blues, Boston, MA*
1/28 – Flynn Center, Burlington, VT*
1/29 – The Egg, Albany, NY*
1/30 – Penn’s Peak, Jim Thorpe, PA*
1/31-2/1 – The Anthem, Washington, D.C.*
2/4 – Madison Theater, Covington, KY*
2/5 – Mill and Mine, Knoxville, TN*
2/6 – The Fillmore, Charlotte, NC*
2/7-8 The Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA*