Dave Matthews Band Takes On 10-Arena Tour

Dave Matthews Band
Brett Schauf
– Dave Matthews Band
Intrust Bank Arena, Wichita, Kans.
Dave Matthews Band is hitting the road around the regional Northeast, with 12 dates scheduled in 10 cities through late November and December.
The run kicks off Nov. 27 at Columbus, Ohio’s Schottenstein Center and runs for a few weeks, ending with a two-night stand in his home market of Charlottesville, Va., at John Paul Jones Arena Dec. 14-15. Some of the proceeds from the final two shows will support the redevelopment of Charlottesville public housing. Along the way he also has a double-up at Madison Square Garden Arena  in New York Nov. 29-30.
DMB Warehouse Fan Association members have access to a presale now. Citi cardholders get a presale Oct. 2 at 9 a.m. The general onsale opens Oct. 5 at 10 a.m.
Here is the routing:
11/27 – Columbus, Ohio – Schottenstein Center
11/29 – New York, N.Y. – Madison Square Garden
11/30 – New York, N.Y. – Madison Square Garden
12/2  – Uncasville, Conn. – Mohegan Sun Arena
12/4  – Manchester, N.H. – SNHU Arena
12/5  – Albany, N.Y. – Times Union Center
12/7  – Boston, Mass. – TD Garden
12/8  – Montreal, Quebec – Bell Centre
12/11 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Wells Fargo Center
12/13 – Washington, D.C. – CapitalOne Arena
12/14 – Charlottesville, Va. – John Paul Jones Arena
12/15 – Charlottesville, Va. – John Paul Jones Arena
Dave Matthews Band returned to the road in 2018 and released a new album, Come Tomorrow, in June. DMB hasn’t reported everything from the summer yet, but some highlights include a nearly $1.2 million gross over two nights at Bank of NH Pavilion in Gilford, N.J., June 12-13, and $776,035 grossed off 8,627 tickets at The Wharf Amphitheater in Orange Beach, Ala., July 29.
Dave Matthews was one of the headliners who didn’t get to take the stage due to inclement weather at Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival this year.
The band faced controversy earlier this year when its longtime violinist Boyd Tinsley was accused of sexual assault earlier this year, according to Variety, and is ‘no longer a member’ of the band. 
DMB and other artists played a free concert at Scott Stadium @ Univ. Of Virginia in Charlottesville after racial and political tensions boiled over at a “Unite The Right” rally in the city that left one counter-protester dead after being hit by a car and two state troopers dead from a helicopter crash.