The String Cheese Incident is expanding their tour in the US this summer and just announced a new two-night run at Berkeley’s Greek Theatre. They will hit 14 cities, including shows at Red Rocks, Brooklyn Bowl and Suwannee Hulaween.
We couldn't forget about our West Coast Fam this year… 2 nights at @GreekBerkeley on August 6+7, w/ special guests @GalacticFunk (8/6) & @BHTM (8/7). These will be the only West Coast Incidents of 2021!
— The String Cheese Incident (@SCI_Official) June 22, 2021
They kick off the tour July 4th at the Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA before playing a few nights in their home state of Colorado. The tour will conclude November 4th to 6th at Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater.
SCI is known for mesmerizing jams and transitions between many genres. They’ve been together since the 1990s and have paved the way for modern band marketing practices. They were one of the first bands to record all their live shows and upload them for fans to stream for free. They’ve also created businesses catering to fans, including a travel agency and a ticketing company.
Over the span of their career, the six-piece band has released 10 albums and 6 DVDs along with their live recordings, according to their website. More concerned with performing than studio recording, they’ve perfected the art of creating captivating live experiences.
Their upcoming tour will span multiple US regions including the Rockies, the Midwest and the East Coast. Ticket presales will go live on Thursday, June 17th and open for the public the next day. Tickets can be purchased at stringcheeseincident.com.
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