Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi Spring/Summer Shows


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The Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band recently played their first show of 2011 in front of a sold-out house at the Imperial Theatre in Augusta, GA. Now, their tour plans are coming into focus for the spring and summer months. April will bring the band to a series of intimate theatres around the East Coast, as they preview much of the material from their forthcoming debut album.

Each show will have a pre-sale period for fans to purchase tickets. To get your pre-sale tickets, just sign up for the Derek & Susan fan community. The first set of pre-sales are on Tuesday, February 22, at 2 pm (local time), for the shows in Charleston, Birmingham and Charlotte. Then on Wednesday, February 23 at 12 Noon (local time), pre-sales for Atlanta, New York City and San Francisco will begin.

Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band Tour Dates
  • April 5—Charleston, SC—Charleston Music Hall
  • April 7—Birmingham, AL—Alabama Theatre
  • April 8—Atlanta, GA—Center Stage
  • April 11—Charlotte, NC—McGlohon Theatre at Spirit Square
  • April 13—New York, NY—Highline Ballroom
  • April 16—Live Oak, FL—Wanee Music Festival
  • April 21—Sydney, AU—Enmore Theatre
  • April 22—Melbourne, AU—Palace Theatre
  • April 23—Byron Bay, AU—Byron Bay Bluesfest
  • April 24—Byron Bay, AU—Byron Bay Bluesfest
  • April 27—Auckland, NZ—Powerstation
  • May 20—Sonoma, CA—Sonoma Jazz Festival
  • May 21—Dana Point, CA—Doheny Blues Festival
  • May 22—San Francisco, CA—The Warfield
  • June 29—London, UK—O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
  • July 5—Stuttgart, DE—Jazz Open Stuttgart
  • July 7—Paris, FR—Tranon Theatre
  • July 9—Rotterdam, NL—North Sea Jazz Festival
  • July 10—Bonn, DE—Museumsplatz (with Gregg Allman Band)

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