Photo Credit: Todd Michalek

Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros have confirmed a fall 2022 U.S. tour. They will hit the road alongside The Wolf Pack and Barry Sless on steel pedal beginning on Sept. 30, when the group, which also includes Don Was, Jay Lane and Jeff Chimenti, take the stage for their tour opener at the Palace Theatre in Waterbury, Conn., on Sept. 30. 

The 13-city run will continue on Oct. 1, when the band arrives in New Haven, Conn., for a one night stand at the Westville Music Bowl. From there, they’ll make their way down to the nation’s capital for their previously announced four-night residency at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall. There, they will play alongside the National Orchestra, beginning on Oct. 5. 

Next, the band will jump coasts for a three-night stand at The Warfield in San Francisco, celebrating Weir’s 75th birthday from Oct. 14 through 16, before they truck over to Reno, Nev., for a show at the Grand Sierra Resort on Oct. 19. Then, the group will follow up with two-night at Eugene, Ore.’s Hult Center for the Performing Arts on Oct. 21 and 22. 

The ensemble will continue up the West Coast, making a stop at Seattle’s Paramount Theatre on Oct. 23 before dropping back down to Los Angeles for a night at the Greek Theatre on Oct. 25. From there, they’ll head south to San Diego, Calif., for a show at Humphreys Concerts By The Bay, before a heading to Sin City for two nights at The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, on Oct. 28 and 29.

The tour will carry on Oct. 30 with a gig at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix. Then, the group will pack it up and travel to Salt Lake City on Nov. 1. The tour closers will land on Nov. 4 and 5, when Weir and his band play at The Mission Ballroom in Denver. 

The ticket presale begins on Wednesday, July 27 at 10 a.m. local time and will conclude on Thursday, July 28, prior to the general ticket on-sale, which starts on Friday, July 29. Sign up for early access to tickets here

Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros Tour Dates: 

Sept. 30—Palace Theater—Waterbury, Conn.

Oct. 1—Westville Music Bowl—New Haven, Conn.

Oct. 5—Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Washington, DC

Oct. 6—Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Washington, DC

Oct. 8—Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Washington, DC (Sold Out)

Oct. 9—Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Washington, DC (Sold Out)

Oct. 14—The Warfield—San Francisco

Oct. 15—The Warfield—San Francisco

Oct. 16—The Warfield—San Francisco

Oct. 19—Grand Sierra Resort—Reno, Nev.

Oct. 21—Hult Center for the Performing Arts—Eugene, Ore.

Oct. 22—Hult Center for the Performing Arts—Eugene, Ore.

Oct. 23—Paramount Theatre—Seattle

Oct. 25—Greek Theatre—Los Angeles

Oct. 26—Humphreys Concerts By The Bay—San Diego, Calif.

Oct. 28—The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas—Las Vegas

Oct. 29—The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas—Las Vegas

Oct. 30—Celebrity Theatre—Phoenix

Nov. 1—Delta Hall at The Eccles—Salt Lake City

Nov. 4—The Mission Ballroom—Denver

Nov. 5—The Mission Ballroom—Denver