Most national touring bands don’t typically play ten shows in one state, but then again, moe. is not your typical band. They are more like a musical montage spinning at furious speeds, constantly gaining momentum from each other and their loyal fan base, lovingly and respectfully called moe.rons. Hailing from upstate New York, the band feels more like they are from all fifty states as they have made forever friends and fans throughout their journey. moe. has enhanced, nourished, and expanded peoples' lives much like a healthy marriage.

moe. has announced their 12-date "Best.Summer.Ever" Tour, set to light up stages across the U.S. Joined by the electrifying Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country and featuring an extended one set performance from moe. each night, the tour promises a blend of classic jams, improvisational brilliance, and a vibrant celebration of live music. The “Best.Summer.Ever” Tour will kick off with a bang on the Fourth of July at the Stone Pony Summerstage in Asbury Park, NJ.

Northeast rockers moe. played the second show of their West Coast tour on Friday night, stopping at the intimate Teragram Ballroom in downtown Los Angeles. The 600-person venue reached maximum capacity as Rob Derhak (Bass/Vocals), Chuck Garvey (Guitar/Vocals), Al Schnier (Guitar/Vocals), Vinnie Amico (Drums), Jim Loughlin (Percussion), and Nate Wilson (Keys) took the stage.

Northlands Music & Arts Festival is thrilled to announce the lineup for the 2024 edition of the highly-anticipated summer event. Taking place June 14-15, 2024 in the rolling hills of Swanzey, NH, the third annual festival promises to be yet another unforgettable musical experience.

Ski slopes are on the horizon for moe., as they plot the long-awaited return of Ski Tour for March 2024. Following their recent performance at Denver’s Ogden Theatre, where guitarist Chuck Garvey displayed his resilience by singing "Hi and Lo"  for the first time since suffering a stroke in 2021 — a feat Denver Entertainment Hub described as “an epic night of music” — the band will return to the region this winter, appearing at a slate of intimate venues that were among the first to be canceled when the world took a pause in 2020.


moe. is heading to the West Coast in January, marking a long-awaited return since their last tour in the region was interrupted by the pandemic. Launching at The Observatory North Park in San Diego on Thursday, January 18th, the tour charts a course up the Golden Coast, culminating in a significant two-night engagement at The Fillmore in San Francisco on Saturday, January 20th and Sunday, January 21st.


As they continue their fall tour across the US, moe. has announced that they will ring in the New Year with a special 2-night run at the renowned Kodak Center in Rochester, NY. With deep roots in nearby Buffalo and an enduring connection to Rochester, these special performances are not just another set of gigs — they’re a testament to the band's resilience, especially in light of guitarist Chuck Garvey's recent health challenges and triumphant return to the road.


Fresh off a brief hiatus, moe. is back on the road, taking their infectious energy across the U.S. for their Fall Tour. Today they have announced that they will return to the iconic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY for a 2-night run on Friday, December 8th and Saturday, December 9th. These shows herald the band's eagerly awaited return to “the cap,” a venue they last played in December 2021.


Having just capped a packed summer tour with a 2-night run at Music Box at the Borgata in Atlantic City, NJ, moe. has announced that they will celebrate the 25th anniversary of their landmark album 'Tin Cans and Car Tires’ with a special 2x Sky Blue vinyl reissue of the album, to be released on September 8th.


Just one month after their epic two-night run with Umphrey’s McGee at the beautiful Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO – which included an unforgettable cover of Blind Melon’s “No Rain” during a torrential storm – moe. has announced that they will be returning to the Denver area for another two-night run at the Ogden Theatre on Friday, October 20th – Saturday, October 21st.

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