Dave Matthews Band tickets 2010 sale – concert dates & info

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Dave Matthews Bands tickets 2010 started selling today February 26th and are currently on sale for most shows across their new United States tour.   Full tickets info for available DMB shows can be seen here at Ticketmaster.  Currently DMB is winding up shows in locations like Belgium, Holland, Ireland and the United Kingdom before heading home to the United States.  Of its first US shows, they’ll perform at the DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, DC on May 20th, then head to Hartford, CT’s Comcast Theatre for back-to-back shows on 5/28 and 5/29.   DMB tickets will range in price based on the particular venue.

The show will focus on DMB’s 2009’s Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King.  Their latest album was certified platinum for sales and also nominated for two Grammy Awards this year – Album Of The Year and Best Rock Album.  Other locations on the DMB United States tour will include Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Ohio, Massachusetts, Utah, Kansas and Nebraska.  During the tour they’ll have the support of other bands on various legs of the tour, with Zac Brown Band starting it off early, then other acts like Raphael Saadiq, Alberta Cross, Ben Harper & Relentless7, and Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears each helping at other dates during the tour.

Currently the last show for Dave Matthews Band tickets on their website is for the Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul, MN on 9/15/10.  They’ll be supported by Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears on that stop.  It’s unknown if that will be the final stop at this point, or if more concert dates will be added.  Dave Matthews Band puts on a great live show with fans flocking from all over to see them live.  Check here for the latest tickets info for the DMB show, which is always a great time in person!

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