TOUR DATES: Trey Anastasio Adds More (Vermont Benefit, First Ever Baltimore Show)

Trey Anastasio just announced a few new tour dates that are tacked onto his already announced Fall Tour.

Two additional Trey Anastasio Band shows have been added to the septet’s ever-expanding run through the east. TAB will return to Higher Ground in Burlington, VT on Saturday, Oct 1st for a special Vermont Flood Recovery Benefit show. Ticket proceeds from the Higher Ground show will be directed to The Waterwheel Foundation and The Vermont Community Foundation to aid in the recovery of the Green Mountain State.

TAB will also play their first ever Baltimore show on Saturday, October 8th at Ram’s Head Live in the Inner Harbor area of Baltimore’s waterfront. Tickets for these newly added shows will be available through a real time pre-sale beginning this Tuesday, September 20th at 10 ET at

Read on for the current dates and the full announcement from…


10/1 – Higher Ground, Burlington, VT – Pre-sale Begins Tuesday
10/6 – Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, Asheville, NC – On Sale Now
10/7 – House of Blues, Myrtle Beach, SC – On Sale Now
10/8 – Ram’s Head Live, Baltimore, MD – Pre-sale Begins Tuesday
10/12 – Wellmont Theatre, Montclair, NJ – SOLD OUT
10/13 – Fillmore, Silver Spring, MD- SOLD OUT
10/14 – Fillmore, Charlotte, NC – On Sale Now
10/15 – nTelos Wireless Pavilion, Charlottesville, VA – On Sale Now
11/11 – The Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA – On Sale Now
11/12 – Bear Creek Music & Arts Festival, Live Oak, FL – On Sale Now


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