The Infamous Stringdusters added a second leg to their upcoming fall tour. The excursion marks the band’s first full tour since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Scheduled for November, the second leg of the jamgrass quintet’s tour includes support from The Sweet Lillies at all but one show. The Infamous Stringdusters and The Sweet Lillies begin the run at Denver’s The Mission Ballroom on November 12. It’s then off to Salt Lake City for two nights at The Commonwealth Room with Boy Named Banjo opening on November 13 and The Sweet Lillies kicking off the action on November 14.
The Infamous Stringdusters return to Colorado for a play at Grand Junction’s Mesa Theater on November 16. From there, the five-piece hits Jackson, Wyoming on November 17 and Boise, Idaho on November 18 before ending the tour in Montana with shows in Bozeman on November 19 and Missoula on November 20.
A Seated presale is underway for all second leg shows except Jackson using AMVIBES as the code with links available through the band’s website and $1 from each ticket purchased going towards Backline. Tickets then go on sale to the general public this Friday, August 20 at 10 a.m. MT. Details for the Jackson on-sale will be announced soon.
The first leg of the tour starts with The Infamous Stringdusters’ appearance at Atlanta’s Candler Park Music Festival on September 11. A mix of festival plays and headlining concerts follow through October 23.