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North Mississippi Allstars: Spring Tour Dates

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TOUR INCLUDES DATE AT GEORGIA THEATER IN ATHENS AND WANEE FESTIVAL IN LIVE OAK, FL

North Mississippi Allstars are pleased to announce their upcoming spring tour, which will include stops in Nashville, St. Louis, Little Rock and a return to the recently rebuilt Georgia Theater in Athens.

Tickets for most shows are on sale now. Get ticketing details at www.nmallstars.com.

NMA is also planning to return to the Wanee Music Festival in Live Oak, FL. Other bands on this year's lineup include the The Allman Brothers Band, Gov't Mule, Furthur and many more. Get all the details and see the complete line up here.

Tour Dates

  • 02/16* Comstock, MI Fifth Third Ballpark Concert Series
  • 02/17* Three Oaks, MI The Acorn
  • 02/18* Chicago, IL Old Town School of Folk
  • 02/19* Chicago, IL Old Town School of Folk
  • 03/01 Charlotte, NC Neighborhood Theatre
  • 03/02 Nashville, TN Cannery
  • 03/03 Chattanooga, TN Track 29
  • 03/09 Asheville, NC Orange Peel
  • 03/10 Falls Church, VA State Theater
  • 03/16 Louisville, KY Headliners
  • 03/17 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
  • 03/22 Columbia, MO The Blue Note
  • 03/23 Fayetteville, AR George's Majestic Lounge
  • 03/24 Little Rock, AR Revolution Room
  • 03/30 Athens, GA Georgia Theater
  • 03/31 Winston Salem, NC Ziggy's
  • 04/01 Charlottesville, VA Jefferson Theater
  • 04/04 Lancaster, PA Chameleon Club
  • 04/05 Teaneck, NJ Mexicali Live
  • 04/06 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Bowl
  • 04/07 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Bowl
  • 04/13 Hattiesburg, MS Saenger Theater
  • 04/14 Birmingham, AL WorkPlay Theater
  • 04/21 Live Oak, FL Wanee
  • 04/26 Houston, TX HOB Bronze Peacock
  • 04/27 Dallas, TX Club Dada
  • 04/28 Austin, TX Antone's

* = NMA Duo Show

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