Warren Haynes and his pals’ first tour since the pandemic began was expanded to include five headlining dates.
Gov’t Mule detailed their upcoming summer tour. The run includes a mix of co-bills with Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, headlining concerts and appearances at Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Music Festival. Many dates have already been announced.
The first additions to the tour are headlining shows at Aspen’s Belly Up on August 26th and Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minnesota on August 30th. Gov’t Mule also confirmed their own concert at Artpark in Lewiston, New York on September 7th and a show at the Leader Bank Pavilion in Boston on September 9th with special guest Margo Price. Additionally, Warren Haynes and his crew added a headlining performance on September 14th at the Levitt Pavilion Steelstacks in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Tickets for the new dates will go on sale this Friday, July 23rd.
Reportedly, Gov’t Mule’s co-headlining dates with Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue will take place in Salt Lake City on August 25; Dillon, Colorado August 27-28; Rochester on September 4th; Columbia, South Carolina September 16; Wilmington, North Carolina September 23. The quartet is part of the line-up for the Outlaw Music Festival in Gilford, New Hampshire in September; Philadelphia; Saratoga Springs, New York; Virginia Beach; Raleigh; Charlotte and Columbia, Maryland.
Gov’t Mule will also be attending a number of Outlaw Music Festival dates in the west in October. The band is scheduled for October 15 in Phoenix and a California swing with performances in Irvine on October 16, Mountain View on October 23, and Wheatland on October 24.