Photo Credit: Stuart Levine

Following the release of their new album, Peace…Like a River, Gov’t Mule announced a tour supporting their latest album, which dropped on June 16. The impending run will take place this September and October, beginning in the U.S. and followed by overseas performances spread across Europe and the U.K. in November.

The band will kick off the jaunt on Sept. 13 with a series of shows in Canada–two of which feature support from Big Sugar. Over the course of their initial week of travel, they’ll trek through Ontario, New Brunswick and Quebec City. After time in The Great White North, Gov’t Mule will travel down the East Coast, beginning in Maine. Between Sept. 19 and Oct. 15, the band will take the stage in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Florida, Alabama and Georgia.

The second half of the tour is set to commence at London’s The Palladium on Nov. 6. After the first night on stage, the ensemble, helmed by Warren Haynes, will continue their run, performing in Munich, Vienna and Paris, before stops in the Utrecht, Netherlands, Frankfurt, Brussels, in addition to a trio of gigs in Italy. The final European performance will occur on Nov. 21 in Trieste, Italy. 

Pre-sale will start Wednesday, June 28 at 10 a.m. ET. North American general sale will open Thursday, June 29 at 10 a.m. local time, and European will open Friday, June 30 at 10 a.m. CEST. Tickets can be found at

Scroll down to view a complete list of newly announced tour dates. 

Gov’t Mule Fall Tour Dates:

Sept. 13– Massey Hall– Toronto, Ont.

Sept. 14– CityFolk– Ottawa, Ont.

Sept. 16– Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival– Fredericton, N.B.

Sept. 17– MTELUS– Montreal, Québec

Sept. 19– State Theatre– Portland, Maine

Sept. 20– The F.M. Kirby Center for Performing Arts– Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Sept. 22– Healing Appalachia– Lewisburg, W.Va.

Sept. 23– Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences– Charleston, W.Va.

Sept. 26– The Forum Auditorium– Harrisburg, Pa.

Sept. 28– Warner Theater– Erie, Pa.

Sept. 30– Koka Booth Amphitheatre– Cary, N.C.

Oct. 1– Firefly Distillery– N. Charleston, S.C.

Oct. 3– Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre– Wilmington, N.C.

Oct. 4– Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre– Wilmington, N.C.

Oct. 6– iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre– W. Palm Beach, Fla.

Oct. 7– MIDFLORIDA Credit Amphitheatre– Tampa, Fla.

Oct. 8– The Amphitheater at the Warf– Orange Beach, Ala.

Oct. 10– Municipal Auditorium– Shreveport, La.

Oct. 11– Raising Cane’s River Center Arena– Baton Rouge, La.

Oct. 13– Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall– Fort Myers, Fla.

Oct. 15– RushSouth Fest– Columbus, Ga.

Nov. 6– Palladium– London

Nov. 8– Alte Kongresshale– Munich

Nov. 9– Globe Vien– Vienna

Nov. 11– Trianon– Paris

Nov. 12– Oosterport– Groningen, Netherlands

Nov. 14– Tivolivredenburg Grote Zaal– Utrecht, Netherlands

Nov. 15– Hugenottenhalle– Frankfurt

Nov. 17– Cirque Royal– Brussels

Nov. 19– Teatro Celebrazioni– Bologna, Italy

Nov. 20– Teatro Dal Verme– Milan, Italy

Nov. 21– Politeama Rossetti– Trieste, Italy