The singer’s solo schedule kicks off May 24 at the Asheville Music Jamboree in Horse Shoe, N.C., and includes stops at the Wakarusa Festival in Lawrence, Kan. (June 7-8), Marvin’s Mountaintop in Masontown, W.V. (July 12), and Horning’s Hideout in North Plains, Ore. (July 19).

Williams’ dates with YMSB start June 25 at Innsbrook Pavilion in Glen Allen, VA., and continue off and on through early August.

Shows include June 26 at NorVa in Norfolk, Va. (June 26), House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. (June 28), Murat Egyptian Room in Indianapolis (July 2), Marymoor Amphitheatre in Redmond, Wash. (July 22), Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City (July 31) and Red Rocks Amphitheatre near Denver (August 2).

Besides Wakarusa, festival appearances on Williams’ itinerary include Summerfest in Milwaukee (July 1), Rothbury Festeival at the Double JJ Resort in Michigan (July 4) and the High Sierra Music Festival at Plumas County Fairgrounds in Quincy, Calif. (July 5-6).

Tickets for some shows are available at

Before Williams hits the road this summer, he’ll release REX (Live at the Fillmore) on April 29.

The digital only release features a performance by Grateful Grass, featuring Williams, The String Cheese Incident‘s Keith Moseley and YMSB’s Jeff Austin performing not-so-traditional bluegrass arrangements of Grateful Dead favorites live in Denver.

All proceeds from sale of the project go to benefit The Rex Foundation, the charitable non-profit started by the Grateful Dead which gives grants to worthwhile causes.

More info can be found at