Dave Matthews Band Tour 2022: Where to buy tickets, schedule, dates


It’s officially time to jam.

Dave Matthews Band announced a 2022 mega tour on Tuesday in which the band will bring their sizable stable of hits across North America from May through September.

The tour includes three shows in New Jersey. The first is June 29 at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdelthen there will be back-to-back concerts Camden Waterfront Music Pavilion on July 15 and 16.

If you’re hoping to catch Dave Matthews and his signature roots rock mixed with a bit of live jazz, folk and funk, here’s everything you need to know.

Where can I buy tickets to see Dave Matthews Band?

Tickets to see the Grammy-winning ensemble tour go on sale to the general public at Ticketmaster Friday, February 25 at 10 a.m. local time for all shows.

If you don’t want to wait for tickets to go on sale to the general public, you can find seats now on sites like lively seats, StubHub and MegaSeats.

It is common for speculative notes to appear first in the secondary market, but be aware that prices may be higher than when they go on sale to the general public.

Where does the Dave Matthews Band tour?

In addition to a three-concert stint in the Garden State, DMB will travel to venues across North America on a complete tour of 46 concerts from May.

To find the show that’s right for you, we’ve listed all the dates, venues and links to buy tickets below.

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Dave Matthews has always been one of the few constants in the history of rotating collaborators in his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-nominated band that began in 1991.

For this year’s summer ride, Matthews will play with fellow founding drummers Carter Beauford and bassist Stefan Lessard, along with longtime saxophonist Jeff Coffin, lead guitarist Tim Reynolds, trumpeter Rashawn Ross and keyboardist Buddy Strong. .

The entire band can be seen in the official Dave Matthews Band tour announcement on Instagram here or below.


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Matt Levy covers the entertainment industry live, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at mlevy@njadvancemedia.com.


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