moe. announces 16-date fall tour, hitting Baltimore, Minneapolis and all points in between

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As they wind their way across the Midwest this month, with a 2-night run at Pine Creek Lodge in Livingston, MT coming up this weekend, moe. has announced that it will return to the road this fall for another 16-date US tour, which will bring them from Baltimore to Minneapolis and all points in between. Kicking off at Rams Head Live in Baltimore, MD on Thursday, September 14th, the tour will stop at iconic theaters across the country, from the Vic Theatre in Chicago, IL on September 22nd to the Pageant in St. Louis, MO on October 4th, before culminating at Liberty Hall in Lawrence, KS on Saturday, October 7th. A special artist pre-sale will begin tomorrow, Wednesday, June 21st at 10am local time using the password RECCHEM – click here for more information. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday, June 23rd at 10am local time. For ticketing and show info, please visit
The announcement of moe.’s fall tour follows a busy few weeks for the band, which included an epic 2-night run at the Saranac Brewery in Utica, NY, a performance a Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, NM, and a 2-night run with Umphrey’s McGee at the beautiful Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. This season also included a poignant stop at the Summer Camp Music Festival, which moe. has performed at every year since its inception in 2001, as the festival announced that it will be taking a hiatus in its current form beginning next year. The band closed out the weekend with their third-ever performance of Blind Melon’s “No Rain” and a powerful rendition of “Buster.” The upcoming summer tour will culminate with a 2-night run at Music Box at the Borgata in Atlantic City, NJ on August 4th-5th, marking the band’s first appearances in the city since before the pandemic in February 2020.
moe. has been receiving rave reviews throughout the year, following the return of guitarist Chuck Garvey to the road after his recovery from a stroke, as well as the permanent addition of keyboardist Nate Wilson. Live For Live Music reports, "Recent tours have seen Wilson revitalize the band’s touring catalog as he looks for places to fit himself into the well-established mix, adding long breathy chords that add emotional weight to classics and new covers.” Grateful Web added, “moe. is back and playing better than ever.”
moe. is a one-of-a-kind band that has never been easily categorized. Their sonic adventurousness and tongue-in-cheek humor are distinctly and undeniably their own. Praised by American Songwriter for their “mind-bending musicality,” moe. is treasured for their mesmerizing musical synergy, unfettered showmanship, and smart, resonant songcraft.
moe.’s longevity is no doubt due to the family spirit shared between its members and its engaged fanbase, the, a bond that has been fortified through decades on the road. moe. has performed innumerable headline tours, international festival sets, music-themed cruises, and sold-out shows alongside countless household-name artists. They’ve also promoted and headlined multiple festivals of their own, including snoe.down and moe.down. The band’s vibrant blend of inventive musicality and genre-blurring is on full display on two recent releases, their 12th studio album, 'This Is Not, We Are,' and the 'Not Normal' EP.

moe. is Al Schnier (guitar, vocals) * Chuck Garvey (guitar, vocals) * Rob Derhak (bass, vocals) * Jim Loughlin (percussion, vibes) * Vinnie Amico (drums) * Nate Wilson (keys)

moe. US Tour Dates
Tuesday, June 20th – Pub Station Ballroom – Billings, MT  
Wednesday, June 21st – Center for the Arts – Jackson, WY  
Thursday, June 22nd – The Wilma – Missoula, MT  
Friday, June 23rd – Pine Creek Lodge – Livingston, MT  
Saturday, June 24th – Pine Creek Lodge – Livingston, MT  
Monday, June 26th – Knitting Factory – Boise, ID
Tuesday, June 27th – Commonwealth Room – Salt Lake City, UT  
Thursday, June 29th-Sunday, July 2nd – High Sierra Music Festival – Quincy, CA
Wednesday, July 12th – Oceanfront Concert Series – Virginia Beach, VA [FREE SHOW]
Thursday, July 13th – Bottle & Cork – Dewey Beach, DE  
Saturday, July 15th – 4848 Festival – Snowshoe, WV
Friday, July 14th – Penn’s Peak – Jim Thorpe, PA  
Sunday, July 16th – Neighborhood Theatre – Charlotte, NC  
Tuesday, July 18th – Miller Theater – Augusta, GA  
Thursday, July 20th – The Windjammer – Isle of Palms, SC  
Friday, July 21st – Avondale Brewing Co. – Birmingham, AL  
Saturday, July 22nd – The Caverns – Pelham, TN
Sunday, July 23rd – Rock The Ruins at Holliday Park – Indianapolis, IN
Friday, August 4th – Music Box at the Borgata – Atlantic City, NJ
Saturday, August 5th – Music Box at the Borgata – Atlantic City, NJ
Friday, September 1st – Lowell Summer Music Series – Lowell, MA
Thursday, September 14th - Rams Head Live - Baltimore, MD
Friday, September 15th - XL Live - Harrisburg, PA
Sunday, September 17th - Borderland Music Fest - E. Aurora, NY
Wednesday, September 20th - Newport Music Hall - Columbus, OH
Thursday, September 21st - Madison Theater - Covington, KY
Friday, September 22nd - Vic Theatre - Chicago, IL
Saturday, September 23rd - Headliners Music Hall - Louisville, KY
Tuesday, September 26th - Turner Hall Ballroom - Milwaukee, WI
Thursday, September 28th - Peoria Riverfront - Peoria, IL
Friday, September 29th - Barrymore Theatre - Madison, WI
Saturday, September 30th - First Ave - Minneapolis, MN
Sunday, October 1st - Wooly's - Des Moines, IA
Wednesday, October 4th - The Pageant - St. Louis, MO
Thursday, October 5th - Bourbon Theatre - Lincoln, NE
Friday, October 6th - Hillberry Fest - Eureka Springs, AR
Saturday, October 7th - Liberty Hall - Lawrence, KS