19 July, 2021Print
Dave Matthews Band Announces Two Nights At Madison Square Garden On November 12 & 13; New Date Added In Columbus, OH On Nov. 5Enter To Win A Trip To Madison Square Garden And Support The Band’s Mission To Plant One Million Trees
North American Summer Tour Kicks Off July 23
Dave Matthews Band announced today that they will add two nights at New York City’s Madison Square Garden to their upcoming tour on November 12 and 13. The two shows mark the band’s first return to the famed venue since 2018. The band has also added a new date in Columbus, OH on Nov. 5 at the Nationwide Arena.
An online ticket presale for members of the DMB Warehouse Fan Association will begin on Tuesday, July 20 at 9:00 am EDT and will close on Monday, 26 at 3:00 pm EDT. Fans can visit www.warehouse.davematthewsband.com for the newly added shows at Madison Square Garden in New York City as well as the show in Columbus, OH on Nov. 5 at the Nationwide Arena. Citi is the official presale credit card for the Dave Matthews Band 2021 Tour. As such, Citi cardmembers will have access to purchase presale tickets through Citi Entertainment® beginning Wednesday, July 28 at 10:00 am ET. For complete presale details visit www.citientertainment.com. General on-sale will be begin on Friday, July 30 at 10:00 am EDT. For the complete itinerary, see below or visit http://www.davematthewsband.com.
Fans can enter to win a trip to New York to see Dave Matthews Band at Madison Square Garden and also support the band’s mission to plant a million more trees. A donation of $10 or more to The Nature Conservancy via The Bama Works Fund will go towards planting trees across the globe, helping to restore healthy forests, curb the effects of climate change, provide clean air and fresh drinking water and secure homes for thousands of species of plants and animals. The grand prize includes 2 premium VIP tickets to both of the Madison Square Garden shows, a meet and greet with Dave, plus hotel accommodations, and round trip airfare. For more information on how to enter to win, please click HERE.
Having fully funded a million trees in 2020, Dave Matthews Band has invited fans to help in the mission to plant another Million Trees by adding an optional $2 to their ticket price to plant a tree with The Nature Conservancy as part of TNC’s Plant a Billion Campaign. Fans can learn more about the campaign by visiting the Eco-Village on each stop of the tour, curated by REVERB, and in partnership with DocuSign. More info: www.plantabillion.org/DMB
Dave Matthews Band, who was named a UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador in 2019, will also be neutralizing the biggest contributor to a concert’s carbon footprint – fan travel. On top of the band’s own footprint, REVERB will be calculating the carbon footprint associated with fan travel to DMB shows in 2021 and the band will be neutralizing these emissions by supporting carbon reduction projects. The band has a long history of reducing their environmental footprint and neutralizing tour carbon emissions from flights, busses and trucks, hotel stays and venue energy use going back to their first shows in 1991.
Dave Matthews Band’s 2021 North American summer tour kicks off this Thursday, July 23 in Raleigh, NC at Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek. The headline run will include two-night stands in West Palm Beach, FL, Chicago, IL, Noblesville, IN, Gilford, NH, Irvine, CA and Saratoga Springs, NY.
The band will also make its annual return to the Gorge Amphitheatre for its traditional three-night Labor Day run. The band will be joined by support artists Dumpstaphunk and Allen Stone on Friday; Robert Randolph and the Family Band and Ruston Kelly on Saturday, as well as Mavis Staples on Sunday. Click HERE for complete tour routing.
Dave Matthews Band has sold more than 25 million tickets since its inception and a collective 38 million CDs and DVDs combined. With the release of 2018's Come Tomorrow, Dave Matthews Band became the first group in history to have seven consecutive studio albums debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The New York Times, in a Critic's Pick review, observed, "willed optimism fills the songs on 'Come Tomorrow,' while cynicism and irony are nowhere within earshot."