Photo credit: Dino Perrucci

Gov’t Mule have shared the first peek at their forthcoming fall tour. The band announced a handful of dates initially slated for their spring tour but ultimately postponed after the group’s frontman Warren Haynes fractured his scapula while on a family vacation in Costa Rica. Additionally, the unit shared their plans to perform at the fabled Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colo., for the first time since February 2005.

The first newly announced date lands on Sept. 17, when the ensemble–Haynes, Jorgen Carlsson, Matt Abts and Danny Louis–descend upon the Boulder’s Fox Theatre for a gig honoring the venue’s 30th anniversary. In a post shared by the band, they boasted about their first-ever performance at the famed venue in 1994. See below.

Following a lively Centennial State affair, the rockers will begin to make up their rescheduled dates from spring, starting with a gig in Oklahoma City on Sept. 20 (rescheduled from April 25). Then, they play in St. Louis the following evening (rescheduled from April 23), and Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Sept 22 (rescheduled from April 30). Next, the unit will perform in Mobile, Ala., on Oct. 20 (rescheduled from April 27), prior to a concert in Little Rock, Ark., on Oct. 21 (rescheduled from April 22). Read more about Gov’t Mule’s rescheduled concert dates here.

Tickets for Gov’t Mule’s return to Boulder’s Fox Theatre go on sale to the general public on Friday, June 24 at 10 a.m. M.T. A limited number of pre-sale tickets will be available today at 10 a.m. M.T. 

See the band’s announcement via social media below.