Dave Matthews Band Tickets & 2023 Tour Dates
The Dave Matthews Band is one of the most popular acts every time performing today,and regularly sell out shows wherever they go on-tour. The fans of the Dave Matthews Band are loyal and show up in big numbers to their shows. Dave Matthews latest tour is the 2023 tour schedule which will be playing shows near you in the months ahead.
Two of the biggest shows on the schedule every year are when Dave Matthews plays in our home state in Dallas and Houston. They also will hit all of the marquee outdoor music amphitheaters including Saratoga (NY), Merriweather Post Pavilion (MD), PNC Bank Arts (NJ), Riverbend (OH), Fidders Green (CO), and the Gorge outside Seattle, Washington. There is something amazing about seeing the Dave Matthews Band perform live at one of these legendary outdoor music venues, and fans show up in huge numbers to be there live.
The bands lead singer was born David John Matthews in South Africa, but now calls Seattle, WA his home. Matthews was originally a songwriter, but decided to form his own band after some outside encouragement. The Dave Matthews band was created in 1991 by Matthews, and the band has included Tim Reynolds, Rashawn Ross, Jeff Coffin, Carter Beauford, Stefan Lessard and Boyd Tinsley. Together the group has recorded a handful of studio albums and two dozen plus live albums. DMB has won a Grammy award and made iconic songs like “So Much To Say", "Ants Marching", “Crash Into Me,” “The Space Between” and “American Baby.”
About Dave Matthews Band (DMB)
Dave Matthew Band is an extremely successful American rock band. The DMB has been massively popular since the launch of their first major album Under the Table and Dreaming. The band is noted for their unique rock sound. DMB members include a violinist and saxophonist which helps give their music a distinct harmony.
What to expect at a Dave Matthews Band Concert
Dave Matthews Band live performances are world renowned. DMB is a jam band, similar to The Grateful Dead & Widespread Panic. They are known to improvise their songs over rhythmic groves and chord patterns, often stretching songs many minutes past the original versions.