From 05 December 2018to01 June 2019


Legendary jam band, moe., hailing from Buffalo, New York, US, have been creating their improvisational progressive rock since 1989, coming into prominence alongside acts such as Phish and Widespread Panic during the early 90s jam band scene.

moe. have had a remarkable career, laying down their exquisite grooves and jams for over three decades, producing an incredible discography of 24 albums. Featuring Al Schnier (guitars, vocals), Chuck Garvey (guitars/vocals), Rob Derhak (bass, vocals), Jim Loughlin (percussion, vibes) and Vinnie Amico (drums), the members are all incredibly talented musicians, with this acknowledged by various music magazines including Rolling Stone, Guitar World, Drum Magazine and Bass Player. The band released their initial records independently, on their label, Fatboy Records, although since 2012, they have made releases on the Sugar Hill imprint.

The band began life in 1989 when after encouragement from a friend, they performed at a small bar for a Halloween show. A year later, they began to pursue the act seriously, going on to release their debut album in 1992, titled “Fatboy.” Since their debut, they have gone from strength to strength, releasing a steady stream of albums to a positive reception, as well as embarking on extensive tours and becoming favorites on the nation’s festival circuit. Despite playing as a band for 30 years, they continued to release critically acclaimed albums, including 2012’s “What Happened to the La Las” and 2014’s “No Guts, No Glory.” If anything, their long career has seen their musicianship develop to impressive heights.

moe. have released several live albums, reflecting their astounding performances at venues around the world, including the Netherlands, Japan, Canada, Paris, and the UK. They have headlined several festivals, including Bonnaroo, Burg Herzberg, and Fuji Rock Festival, as well as curating their own Summer Camp festival. They have shared the stage with the likes of the Allman Brothers, Dave Matthews Band, The Who, Robert Plant, Blues Traveler, and Government Mule, constantly being at the forefront of the music scene for over three decades.


Wednesday 05 December 2018

The Fillmore Charlotte Presented By Cricket Wireless, Charlotte, NC, US


Thursday 06 December 2018

Iron City, Birmingham, AL, US


Friday 07 December 2018

The Buckhead Theatre, Atlanta, GA, US


Saturday 08 December 2018

The Buckhead Theatre, Atlanta, GA, US


Sunday 09 December 2018

Marathon Music Works, Nashville, TN, US


Wednesday 12 December 2018

The Slipper Room, New York, NY, US


Sunday 30 December 2018

Kodak Center for Performing Arts, Rochester, NY, US


Monday 31 December 2018

Kodak Center for Performing Arts, Rochester, NY, US


Friday 15 February 2019

State Theatre, Portland, ME, US


Saturday 16 February 2019

State Theatre, Portland, ME, US


Saturday 23 February 2019

Beacon Theatre, New York, NY, US


Friday 31 May 2019

Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO, US


Saturday 01 June 2019

Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO, US

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