2020 Tour Dates! THERE ARE SO MANY

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I’ll not be joining y’all for the Feb 29 show but my buddies have a gig on the mountain that day. They told me me they’ll be playing Road Cases and I thought they were fucking with me but they assured me. so I’ll be there. Never seen anyone cover that.

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beantownbubba wrote:The modern day magic of points. It's like a miracle!

11.06.20 Berlin IN
12.06.20 Copenhagen IN

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

Rolank, we actually started out trying for a Berlin/Oslo double but couldn't make the schedule work. Hoping you can add at least one of these dates and hoping to see at least a few of you UK types even though you'll need a passport to get there.

In a neat bit of symmetry, the Berlin tickets arrived while I was away at homecoming. I'm now good to go and can't wait!

A heathen's lot: I'm just back from 3 shows in Athens, I have tix for 4 upcoming shows 3 of which involve air travel and I'm feeling guilty that I'm not going to nyc, new haven and (probably) portland.
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beantownbubba wrote:
beantownbubba wrote:The modern day magic of points. It's like a miracle!

11.06.20 Berlin IN
12.06.20 Copenhagen IN

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

Rolank, we actually started out trying for a Berlin/Oslo double but couldn't make the schedule work. Hoping you can add at least one of these dates and hoping to see at least a few of you UK types even though you'll need a passport to get there.

In a neat bit of symmetry, the Berlin tickets arrived while I was away at homecoming. I'm now good to go and can't wait!

A heathen's lot: I'm just back from 3 shows in Athens, I have tix for 4 upcoming shows 3 of which involve air travel and I'm feeling guilty that I'm not going to nyc, new haven and (probably) portland.
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Officially in for 3/14 in St. Paul. It's my niece's birthday earlier that day, and my brother lives 3 miles from the venue. Nice 2 for 1.

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Lads, bit of advice?

Looking at my bank balance and ability to take time off and thinking I'll take a trip back to the states for some shows before London in June. Of the dates from mid April onward, where are the most promising towns and venues?

Obviously DBTs are going to be good anywhere but it'd be nice to cherrypick the best venues.

My head tells me trying to see the Nashville and Birmingham shows is probably a good idea?

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305 Engine wrote:Lads, bit of advice?

Looking at my bank balance and ability to take time off and thinking I'll take a trip back to the states for some shows before London in June. Of the dates from mid April onward, where are the most promising towns and venues?

Obviously DBTs are going to be good anywhere but it'd be nice to cherrypick the best venues.

My head tells me trying to see the Nashville and Birmingham shows is probably a good idea?
I personally love the Orange Peel in Asheville, NC, one of my favorite venues and a cool town as well.

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305 Engine wrote:Lads, bit of advice?

Looking at my bank balance and ability to take time off and thinking I'll take a trip back to the states for some shows before London in June. Of the dates from mid April onward, where are the most promising towns and venues?

Obviously DBTs are going to be good anywhere but it'd be nice to cherrypick the best venues.

My head tells me trying to see the Nashville and Birmingham shows is probably a good idea?
Multi nite stands are always fun and Asheville and Austin are both great towns (I've heard, haven't been) and great DBT towns. If you're only going to one nite of a 2 nite stand, make it the second nite.

Birmingham and Nashville are good choices too though if you also care about tourist stuff I'd say Birmingham is the least interesting of the 4 (and yes I've been there multiple times but not DBT related).

As a visitor I'd urge you to think more about the cities than the venues but if the venues are important to you: The Ryman is of course legendary and DBT fans swear by the orange peel and always have (see, e.g. the post above). I don't know about the other two.
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beantownbubba wrote:
305 Engine wrote:Lads, bit of advice?

Looking at my bank balance and ability to take time off and thinking I'll take a trip back to the states for some shows before London in June. Of the dates from mid April onward, where are the most promising towns and venues?

Obviously DBTs are going to be good anywhere but it'd be nice to cherrypick the best venues.

My head tells me trying to see the Nashville and Birmingham shows is probably a good idea?
Multi nite stands are always fun and Asheville and Austin are both great towns (I've heard, haven't been) and great DBT towns. If you're only going to one nite of a 2 nite stand, make it the second nite.

Birmingham and Nashville are good choices too though if you also care about tourist stuff I'd say Birmingham is the least interesting of the 4 (and yes I've been there multiple times but not DBT related).

As a visitor I'd urge you to think more about the cities than the venues but if the venues are important to you: The Ryman is of course legendary and DBT fans swear by the orange peel and always have (see, e.g. the post above). I don't know about the other two.
Cities are important too of course but I tend to find that unheralded towns can surprise you. Note what you say about Birmingham though.

I was in Austin last November and I would love to see DBTs there but, the dates wont work.

Leaning toward Asheville though. Thanks chaps.

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I’ll see you Heathens tonight at Cat’s Cradle - Carrboro NC show!

I know it’s so close to Homecoming, my legs are still sore from all the standing on concrete at The 40 Watt, but I can’t miss the show when they come through my home town.
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RedCelt wrote:I’ll see you Heathens tonight at Cat’s Cradle - Carrboro NC show!

I know it’s so close to Homecoming, my legs are still sore from all the standing on concrete at The 40 Watt, but I can’t miss the show when they come through my home town.
Sorry, I have to ask, why the y ddraig goch as your avatar? Welsh heritage?

I mean, flags are just flags... but thats my stars and stripes there.

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Carrboro

Made Up English Oceans
Rosemary
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Days
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Shut Up and Get On The Plane
Play It All Night Long
Surrender Under Protest
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305 Engine wrote:
RedCelt wrote:I’ll see you Heathens tonight at Cat’s Cradle - Carrboro NC show!

I know it’s so close to Homecoming, my legs are still sore from all the standing on concrete at The 40 Watt, but I can’t miss the show when they come through my home town.
Sorry, I have to ask, why the y ddraig goch as your avatar? Welsh heritage?

I mean, flags are just flags... but thats my stars and stripes there.
Not Welsh but Irish heritage. Years ago I started using the screen name Red Celt - homage to the red hair I once had and the Celtic blood. I'd come across pictures of ddraig goch, although it wasn't until just a few years ago I learned that name for the dragon on the Welsh flag, and it spoke to me I guess. I've used it as a screen image for quite some time.

I hope it's not offensive in any way to borrow it, so to speak. That's not the intent at all, quit the opposite, it's admiration.
- RedCelt

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RedCelt wrote: I hope it's not offensive in any way to borrow it, so to speak. That's not the intent at all, quit the opposite, it's admiration.
Not at all! Glad you like it.

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305 Engine wrote:Cities are important too of course but I tend to find that unheralded towns can surprise you. Note what you say about Birmingham though.

I was in Austin last November and I would love to see DBTs there but, the dates wont work.

Leaning toward Asheville though. Thanks chaps.
Not to argue with Bubba, and not sure when he was there last, but Birmingham is one of our favorite cities in terms of restaurants if that's your bag. The issue with the DBT show is that I don't like the venue much. Saturn, where they played in 2018, is much better. Of your list the Orange Peel in Asheville is your winner. Great town, if a bit expensive for food, and the Orange Peel is one of the great venues. You cannot go wrong. Also if you're a beer drinker there are multiple brew pubs.
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Ouch

They're gonna be exhausted by time they get to Toronto.

Closest to me so far is a a 8 hour drive....
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Tyler wrote:Carrboro

Made Up English Oceans
Rosemary
72
Days
Ronnie and Neil
Shut Up and Get On The Plane
Play It All Night Long
Surrender Under Protest
Armageddons Back in Town
Shit Shots Count
Babies In Cages
Ramon Casiano
Living Bubba
Ghost to Most
Thoughts and Prayers
Grievance Merchants
Awaiting Resurrection
3 Dimes Down
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Gravities Gone
Hell No
Sign of the Times
Hell No
Is it going to take sacrificing a goat or something to get a rarity out of Cooley at this point ?

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Zip Up to Michigan wrote:
Tyler wrote:Carrboro

Made Up English Oceans
Rosemary
72
Days
Ronnie and Neil
Shut Up and Get On The Plane
Play It All Night Long
Surrender Under Protest
Armageddons Back in Town
Shit Shots Count
Babies In Cages
Ramon Casiano
Living Bubba
Ghost to Most
Thoughts and Prayers
Grievance Merchants
Awaiting Resurrection
3 Dimes Down
Sinkhole
Uncle Frank
Lookout Mountain
Gravities Gone
Hell No
Sign of the Times
Hell No
Is it going to take sacrificing a goat or something to get a rarity out of Cooley at this point ?
You're close - I'd bet that sacrificing a goat fucker would do it.

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Tequila Cowboy wrote:
305 Engine wrote:Cities are important too of course but I tend to find that unheralded towns can surprise you. Note what you say about Birmingham though.

I was in Austin last November and I would love to see DBTs there but, the dates wont work.

Leaning toward Asheville though. Thanks chaps.
Not to argue with Bubba, and not sure when he was there last, but Birmingham is one of our favorite cities in terms of restaurants if that's your bag. The issue with the DBT show is that I don't like the venue much. Saturn, where they played in 2018, is much better. Of your list the Orange Peel in Asheville is your winner. Great town, if a bit expensive for food, and the Orange Peel is one of the great venues. You cannot go wrong. Also if you're a beer drinker there are multiple brew pubs.
It is true that I was there on business and generally was eating delivered sandwiches and the like.
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beantownbubba wrote:
beantownbubba wrote:The modern day magic of points. It's like a miracle!

11.06.20 Berlin IN
12.06.20 Copenhagen IN

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

Rolank, we actually started out trying for a Berlin/Oslo double but couldn't make the schedule work. Hoping you can add at least one of these dates and hoping to see at least a few of you UK types even though you'll need a passport to get there.

In a neat bit of symmetry, the Berlin tickets arrived while I was away at homecoming. I'm now good to go and can't wait!

A heathen's lot: I'm just back from 3 shows in Athens, I have tix for 4 upcoming shows 3 of which involve air travel and I'm feeling guilty that I'm not going to nyc, new haven and (probably) portland.
Hey homie.


Taking UK clients to Cubs-Cards in London later that weekend. And randomly have been sketching out a couple important customer meetings in Frankfurt either earlier that week or the week after. You shooting to Berlin with the wife or are you rolling solo? If I can make the scheduling work I'll shoot into Berlin for a night while I'm out there.

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beantownbubba wrote:
Tequila Cowboy wrote:
305 Engine wrote:Cities are important too of course but I tend to find that unheralded towns can surprise you. Note what you say about Birmingham though.

I was in Austin last November and I would love to see DBTs there but, the dates wont work.

Leaning toward Asheville though. Thanks chaps.
Not to argue with Bubba, and not sure when he was there last, but Birmingham is one of our favorite cities in terms of restaurants if that's your bag. The issue with the DBT show is that I don't like the venue much. Saturn, where they played in 2018, is much better. Of your list the Orange Peel in Asheville is your winner. Great town, if a bit expensive for food, and the Orange Peel is one of the great venues. You cannot go wrong. Also if you're a beer drinker there are multiple brew pubs.
It is true that I was there on business and generally was eating delivered sandwiches and the like.
I prefer my sandwiches delivered. I hate the taste of liver.
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Cubfan06 wrote:Hey homie.
See your pm's.
Shut up and vote.

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Tequila Cowboy wrote:
305 Engine wrote:Cities are important too of course but I tend to find that unheralded towns can surprise you. Note what you say about Birmingham though.

I was in Austin last November and I would love to see DBTs there but, the dates wont work.

Leaning toward Asheville though. Thanks chaps.
Not to argue with Bubba, and not sure when he was there last, but Birmingham is one of our favorite cities in terms of restaurants if that's your bag. The issue with the DBT show is that I don't like the venue much. Saturn, where they played in 2018, is much better. Of your list the Orange Peel in Asheville is your winner. Great town, if a bit expensive for food, and the Orange Peel is one of the great venues. You cannot go wrong. Also if you're a beer drinker there are multiple brew pubs.
The Orange Peel IS a great venue. On the other hand, its security - well, I'm just not going to make the compariSSon.
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Anyone have any opinions of Buffalo Nichols at Carrboro or Charlottesville?

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Found him ok but generally forgettable.

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Charlottesville

Made Up English Oceans
Rosemary With a Bible and a Gun
The Righteous Path
3 Dimes Down
Armageddon's Back in Town
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Saturday night in Somerville, cant say no to this one.

Anyone up for meeting before the show in Davis square?
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Iowan wrote:Officially in for 3/14 in St. Paul. It's my niece's birthday earlier that day, and my brother lives 3 miles from the venue. Nice 2 for 1.
I’m a hopeful for this one. Thinking I’ll be there.

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Rocky wrote:Charlottesville

Made Up English Oceans
Rosemary With a Bible and a Gun
The Righteous Path
3 Dimes Down
Armageddon's Back in Town
Slow Ride Argument
Heroin Again
Birthday Boy
Days of Graduation
Women Without Whiskey
Do It Yourself
When the Pin Hits the Shell
Ronnie and Neil
Shut Up and Get on the Plane
Sink Hole
Uncle Frank
Goode's Field Road
Shit Shots Count
Lookout Mountain
First Air of Autumn
Thoughts and Prayers
Grievance Merchants
Babies in Cages
A Ghost to Most
Let There Be Rock
Zip City
Hell No, I Ain't Happy
Babies in Cages was actually Awaiting Resurrection. And Do It Yourself was between Whiskey and Pin Hits the Shell.

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and I'm assuming Days > Ronnie and Neil.

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Somerville

Made Up English Oceans
Rosemary with a Bible and a Gun
Slow Ride Argument
Heroin Again
3 Dimes Down
Sinkhole
Women Without Whiskey
Days of Graduation
Ronnie and Neil
Grievance Merchants
Awaiting Resurrection
A Ghost to Most
Goode’s Field Road
Where the Devil Don’t Stay
Thoughts and Prayers
Uncle Frank
Tales Facing Up
Marry Me
Let There Be Rock*
Zip City*
Armageddon’s Back in Town
Shit Shots Count*
A World of Hurt
Shut Up and Get on the Plane*
Angels and Fuselage

*with Josh Kantor

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