Article Contributed by Big Hassle Media | Published on Tuesday, September 5, 2023

The String Cheese Incident has announced their 2023 New Year’s Eve run with three shows at The Fox Theater in Oakland, CA.  The newly announced run will also mark the official 30th anniversary of the band which is sure to celebrate the band’s multi-decade career. 

“We are thrilled to reveal our NYE plans to close out what's been an amazing year! Join us on December 29, 30, and 31 at the Fox Theater in Oakland, CA, as we kick off the year-long celebration of our 30th Anniversary as a band! These will be our first NYE Incidents on the West Coast in 17 years and we couldn't pick a better venue to celebrate at.”

SCI will also be hosting a special VIP Pre-Party on 12/31 at the venue that includes access to pre-show hospitality, an exclusive merch gift, a champagne toast at midnight, and more. These VIP Pre-Party Upgrades are on sale now HERE (12/31 tickets must be purchased separately). OnLocation will also offer One-night, Two-night, or Three-night Hotel Packages for two or four guests that include concert tickets. Hotel Packages will go on sale this Friday, Sept 8th at 10am PT.

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SCI have built a devoted following on the strength of their kaleidoscopic musicality and commitment to leaving audiences awestruck. Known for an immersive live show that continually pushes into unexpected terrain, the Colorado-bred six-piece handles everything from bluegrass to dubstep to psychedelia with equal parts abandon and ingenuity—a feat that’s found them sharing stages with such wide-ranging artists as Lauryn Hill, Skrillex, James Brown, Billy Strings, Perry Farrell, Sheryl Crow, Zac Brown Band, and more. But in a departure for the band—Bill Nershi (guitar, vocals), Michael Kang (guitar, mandolin, violin, vocals), Keith Moseley (bass, vocals), Michael Travis (drums, vocals), Kyle Hollingsworth (keys, vocals), and Jason Hann (percussion, programming)—SCI’s eighth studio album trades all that genre-hopping for a stripped-back form of folk-rock.

The band looks forward to watching the songs of Lend Me A Hand transform and take new shape in their live show as they gear up for a spot on Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Music Festival Tour—and for their official 30th anniversary celebration later this year.   “It’ll be fun to see how some of these three- or four-minute tunes open up and stretch out a bit,” says Moseley.  “One of the things that’s helped us stay connected over the years is that shared love for the beauty of the creative process—we’re all still completely engaged in the pursuit of making the best music we can make, then giving the best live performance we can. If I had to guess, I’d say that the next album we put out will be 180 degrees from this one, because that’s how things tend to go with us. We just point the ship into the wind and head off onto the next adventure, whatever that might be.”

The String Cheese Incident On Tour

Sept 8 @ Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre | Raleigh, NC*

Sept 9 @ PNC Music Pavilion | Charlotte, NC*

Sept 10 @ Virginia Credit Union LIVE! | Richmond, VA

Sept 14 @ Penn's Peak | Jim Thorpe, PA

Sept 15 @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center | Saratoga Springs, NY*

Sept 16 @ Xfinity Center | Mansfield, MA*

Sept 17 @ Forest Hills Stadium | Forest Hills, NY*

Sept 20 @ Rose Music Center at The Heights | Huber Heights, OH

Sept 21 @ Fallsview Casino Resort | Niagara Falls, ON

Sept 22 @ Pine Knob Music Theatre | Clarkston, MI*

Sept 23 @ Farm Aid at Ruoff Music Center | Noblesville, IN*

Oct 26-29 @ Suwannee Hulaween | Live Oak, FL

Nov 2-4 @ Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater | Austin, TX

Dec 29-31 @ The Fox Theater | Oakland, CA