As they gear up to return to the road with a 2-night run at the State Theatre in Portland, ME this weekend, moe. has announced a special 3-night run at Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, NY on May 18-20, to cap their 2023 US winter/spring tour. The news follows the return of guitarist Chuck Garvey to the road full-time following his stroke in 2021.

The Go Big For Hunger All-Star Band returns for two fundraising concerts at Portland House of Music and Bayside Bowl on March 2 and 3, 2023 (The Annual Go Big For Hunger Jam to support children with food insecurities). Led by current Dead & Company and longtime Allman Brothers Band bassist Oteil Burbridge and New Orleans' "first family of funk" percussionist and vocalist Cyril Neville, the shows feature Grateful Dead keyboardist Tom Constanten, moe.

On the heels of an emotional first leg of their winter 2023 tour, which saw guitarist Chuck Garvey return to the road full-time following his stroke in 2021, moe. has announced an additional run of performances for April/May, beginning in Tulsa, OK on Wednesday, April 26th. The tour will then route through Texas, Arizona, and Missouri, and include a two-night run at Tipitina’s in New Orleans during Jazz Fest 2023.


The Wellmont Theater, located in the sprawling New York City suburb of Montclair, NJ, hosted moe. last Saturday, January 21, 2023 for an evening of exploratory rock and roll. This show marked the fourth time the band has played at the Garden State venue. This was also the fourth show back for guitarist Chuck Garvey, who suffered a stroke in late 2021.

As an alternative to the traditional campout festival, the fourth 4848 Festival is once again offering festival and music lovers an evolved summer experience. Taking place July 13 - 15 atop Snowshoe Mountain in Snowshoe, WV (at 4848’ above sea level), patrons get everything a festival has to offer, while experiencing premier accommodations within the resort’s Mountain Village, complete with modern amenities atypical to a three-day summer festival.

4848 Festival performing artists include:

Less than two weeks after his special appearance at the band’s New Year’s Eve performance in Philadelphia, moe. guitarist Chuck Garvey has announced that he will be returning to the road full-time for the band’s 21-date winter 2023 tour, beginning with the January 19th performance in Huntington, NY. The long-awaited announcement comes 13 months after Garvey suffered a stroke, just after the band’s Halloween 2021 performance, and according to the band, would not have happened without the support of the moe. community.


In the twenty-four years since eclectic improv-rock band Umphrey’s McGee formed, their sound has been an amalgamation of genres, moods, and tempos, effortlessly flowing from one feeling to the next throughout an album or concert—or sometimes within a singular song. But with time and repetition comes wisdom and maturity, both personally and musically, and in the case of the band’s new album Asking For A Friend, Umphrey’s McGee entered the recording studio with something to say and a wise, measured way to say it.

moe. continued its tradition of epic New Year’s Eve shows with a performance at the Fillmore Philadelphia on December 31st. Opening the show with “Spaz Medicine,” the band welcomed guitarist Chuck Garvey onto the stage for “meat.” during the first set, marking his first appearance with the band since suffering a stroke in November 2021, shortly after their last performance at the Fillmore Philadelphia.


moe. has announced 14-additional tour dates for winter 2023, extending their previously announced east coast tour through March. Centered around the southeast, with a number of dates in Florida, the tour will wrap with a 2-night run at Variety Playhouse in Atlanta on March 23-24. A special artist pre-sale will begin tomorrow, Wednesday, December 14th at 12pm ET/9amPT - for details click here.


On the heels of the announcement that guitarist Chuck Garvey will be sitting-in as a “special guest” for their NYE performance, moe. has announced a short run of tour dates for early 2023, which will include select performances up and down the east coast.


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