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Gov’t Mule Adds East Coast Dates To Summer Tour

Photo by Stuart Levine

Gov’t Mule have added three more stops to their upcoming summer tour. The band’s new scheduled shows will take place in August and come after their July 31 performance alongside Willie Nelson, ZZ Top and Larkin Poe at the Outlaw Music Festival in Pittsburgh.

Following their joint concert at the Pavilion at Star Lake in Steel City, Gov’t Mule will embark on a series of newly added independent tour dates, beginning August 4, when they perform at Hammerjacks in Baltimore, Maryland. Next, they’ll pop up at Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards in Lafayette, NY on August 6.

The latest addition to the tour lands August 10; Gov’t Mule will travel to Northampton, Mass., to perform at the Pines Theater. Then they will continue with previously announced tour dates, starting August 18, when they play the first of five shows alongside Trombone Shorty & New Orleans Avenue. Learn more here.

Tickets are on sale now on mule.net.

See the group’s Facebook announcement below.

2022 Gov’t Mule Tour Dates:

American dates

June 3 – Asheville, NC – Recovery Station

June 4 – Lakeview Hullabaloo – Birmingham, Ala.

June 5 – Riverbend Festival – Chattanooga, Tenn.

June 7 – Capitol Region MU Healthcare Amphitheater – Jefferson City, Mo.

June 8 – Wichita Riverfest – Wichita, Kan.

June 10 – GoPro Mountain Games at the Gerald Ford Amphitheater + – Vail, Colo.

June 11 – Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership – Taos, NM

June 12 – Pepsi Amphitheater – Flagstaff, Arizona.

June 14 – Humphrey’s By The Bay – San Diego, CA.

June 16 – Century Center – Bend, Ore.

June 17 – Grand Theater at Grand Sierra Resort – Reno, Nevada.

June 18 – Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas – Las Vegas

June 19 – Libby Bowl – Ojai, CA.

June 21 – Marquee Theater – Tempe, Arizona.

June 22 – Fox Tucson Theater – Tucson, Arizona.

June 24 – Blues From The Top Music Festival – Winter Park, Colo.

July 29 – Blossom Music Center – Cleveland #

July 30 – Riverbend Music Center – Cincinnati, Ohio. #

July 31 – The Pavilion at Star Lake – Pittsburgh #

August 4 – Hammerjacks – Baltimore, Maryland.

August 6 – Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards – Lafayette, NY

August 10 – The Pines Theater – Northampton, Mass.

August 18 – Waterfest Concert Series – Leach Amphitheater – Oshkosh, Wis.**

August 19 – Garfield Park – Indianapolis, Ind.

August 20 – Azura Amphitheater – Bonner Springs, Kan.~

August 21 – Pinewood Bowl – Lincoln, Neb. ^

August 23 – Five Flags Center – Dubuque, Iowa. ^

August 25 – Rose Music Center – Huber Heights, Ohio.**

August 26 – Elmwood Park Amphitheater – Roanoke, Va.**

Aug. 27 – Township Auditorium – Columbia, SC (Rescheduled from 9/16/21)**

August 28 – Roanoke Island Festival Park – Outer Banks, North Carolina **

September 8 – Park City Song Summit – Park City, Utah.

September 18 – Telluride Blues & Brews Festival – Telluride, Colo.

December 29 – The Met – Philadelphia (postponed from 04/14/22 to 12/29/21)

December 30 – Beacon Theater – New York (postponed from 04/08/22 to 12/30/21)

December 31 – Beacon Theater – New York (postponed from 04/09/22 to 12/31/21)

+ with Grace Potter + special “Warren & Grace” mini-set

# Outlaw Music Festival

~ support Turnpike Troubadours

^ with ZZ High

** co-headliner with Trombone Short & Orleans Avenue

*New dates in fat

European meetings

July 9 – Pistoia Blues Festival – Pistoia, Italy

July 10 – Chiari Blues Festival – Chiari, Brescia, Italy

July 11 – Honbergsommer Festival – Tuttinglen, Germany

July 12 – Kaufleuten – Zurich, Switzerland

July 14 – Pori Jazz Festival – Pori, Finland

July 16 – Parksnäckan – Uppsala, Sweden

July 17 – Rockefeller Music Hall – Oslo, Norway

July 18 – Molde International Jazz Festival – Molde, Norway

July 20 – Batschkapp – Frankfurt am Main, Germany

July 21 – Paradiso – Amsterdam, Netherlands

July 22 – Kulturbastion – Torgau, Germany

July 23 – Zeltspektakel – Winterbach, Germany