Blues Traveler

After a highly-successful run last summer, Grammy® Award-winning artist Blues Traveler and Platinum-Selling rockers Big Head Todd and the Monsters have announced that they are, once again, bringing the “Blue Monsters Tour” to venues across the country. Featuring an arsenal of songs from over three decades, including both the smash hits that defined their careers as well as rarely performed live gems, the coveted co-headline tour was hailed as one of the best of the 2023 season by critics and fans alike.

Seminal jam rockers Blues Traveler are kicking off their Summer 2024 Tour with a bang as they reveal that they will be celebrating their 30th Fourth of July performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO with special guests JJ Grey & Mofro and opening act Eggy. This highly-anticipated show will be followed by a series of co-headline dates featuring JJ Grey & Mofro that will start July 6 in Jackson, WY at Snow King Mountain and culminate July 13 in Seattle, WA at the Marymoor Live.

AEG Presents is excited to announce the venerable Jersey band, BLUES TRAVELER, will be returning to the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre for their annual Fourth of July celebration. This year's performance is set to take place on Thursday, July 4th, 2024, promising an unforgettable evening of live music and celebration under the stars.

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For more than three decades, Grammy-Award Winning Rockers Blues Traveler have provided the soundtrack to some of the most memorable Spring and Summer concert seasons of their fans’ lives. 2024 will be no different. The Six-Time Platinum-Selling band has unveiled the first set of dates that will take them through California, Arizona, and Texas in fewer than 10 days.

Guitarist Marcus Rezak continues to feed off of the momentum of his third album release, Guitar Head by recently added to his eminent list of sit-ins and collaborations performing with revered GRAMMY-award-winning blues-rock act Blues Traveler at The Rialto Square Theatre in Joliet, IL on “Mulling it Over” off of the band’s self-titled debut record.

While Grammy-Award Winning Blues Traveler’s highly-anticipated Summer tour with Big Head Todd and the Monsters may still be weeks away, the six-time Platinum-selling rockers are already gearing up for Autumn as they reveal details for their Fall 2023 U.S. run. The seminal band will embark on a cross-country routing that kicks off in Cherry Point, NC on October 19 and will hit such East Coast cities as Port Chester, NY and Tom’s River, NJ before culminating in the South in Nashville, TN on November 21.

Grammy® Award-winning artist Blues Traveler and Platinum-Selling rockers Big Head Todd and the Monsters will be giving audiences a one-two punch this summer as they deliver an onslaught of hits with their much-anticipated “Blue Monsters Tour 2023.” Kicking off July 6 in Vail, CO and running through August 20 in Indianapolis, IN, the tour will feature a bevy of songs spanning more than three decades, and feature a smattering of smash singles from each of the bands, as well

AEG Presents is thrilled to announce BLUES TRAVELER + Railroad Earth + North Mississippi Allstars live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Tuesday, July 4, 2023. Doors 5:00pm || Show 6:00pm - Tickets are $46.75 - $75.00 plus applicable service charges. TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2023 AT 10AM MT

On the heels of their successful 2022 35th Anniversary Tour, seminal six-time Platinum rockers Blues Traveler have announced a series of 2023 shows to coincide with the impending release of their Live and Acoustic: Fall of 1997 limited edition, double EP (Spring 2023). Tickets for the “Blues Traveler 2023 Tour” go on sale Friday, January 27 and can be purchased at

Vail, Colorado-based rock band Brothers Keeper enlists John Popper of Blues Traveler to guest on harmonica in “He Left You.” The track is inspired by straight-up 70s rock n roll in a similar vein as The Faces in its gritty yet precise, attitude-driven proclamation. Lyrically, the song speaks about an indictment on relationships by someone who is proverbially throwing rocks at a glass house.

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