The String Cheese Incident promo photo from 2023

The String Cheese Incident announce 2024 U.S. summer tour

Jam band vets The String Cheese Incident have revealed their summer 2024 tour, commencing on June 8th in Beech Mountain, NC. The tour will then journey to the mountain west for multiple performances, including their traditional three-night residency at Colorado’s renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

Check out all tour dates below.

The String Cheese Incident tour dates:
April 6 @ Texas Eclipse | Burnet, TX
May 16 @ Ting Pavilion | Charlottesville, VA [TIX]
May 17 @ Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena | Atlantic City, NJ [TIX]
May 18 @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway | Boston, MA [TIX]
May 19 @ State Theatre | Portland, ME [TIX]
May 21 @ Stage AE | Pittsburgh, PA [TIX]
May 23-24 @ Solshine Reverie | Chillicothe, IL
May 25-26 @ CaveJam at The Caverns | Pelham, TN
June 8 @ Beech Mountain Summer Concert Series | Beech Mountain, NC
June 21-22 @ Electric Forest | Rothbury, MI
June 26 @ TBD | Salt Lake City, UT
June 27 – 28 @ Snow King Mountain | Jackson, WY
June 29-30 @ KettleHouse Amphitheater | Bonner, MT [TIX]
July 12-14 @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO [TIX]
July 25-27 @ McMenamins Edgefield Amphitheatre | Troutdale, OR
July 28 @ Remlinger Farms | Carnation, WA [TIX]
Aug 2-4 @ Locomotion Festival | Felton, CA
Sept 12-15 @ Bender Jamboree | Las Vegas, NV
BOLD = Newly announced

The String Cheese Incident tour dates for 2024

Here’s more info from a press release:
Known for an immersive live show that continually pushes into unexpected terrain, the Colorado-bred six-piece handles everything from bluegrass to dubstep to psychedelia with equal parts abandon and ingenuity—a feat that’s found them sharing stages with such wide-ranging artists as Lauryn Hill, Skrillex, James Brown, Billy Strings, Perry Farrell, Sheryl Crow, Zac Brown Band, and more.

‘Lend Me A Hand’ (2023), is the band’s 8th studio album is a poignant yet high-spirited reflection on love, loss and resilience, and emerged as SCI coped with such life-changing events as the sudden death of their close friend Jesse Aratow (a member of their management team for most of the band’s history). As they dreamed up a batch of songs firmly centered on their storytelling, the band joined forces with Brad Cook (Bon Iver, Hiss Golden Messenger, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Waxahatchee), a producer whose distinct vision helped SCI to fully embrace the album’s rootsy simplicity.”

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