Leftover Salmon are packing their bags and heading for the mountains this winter. The musicians will embark on an excursion dubbed Ski Tour 2024, beginning with a two-night stand on Jan. 19 and 20 at Knotty Pine in Victor, Idaho. After concluding their initial stops, the group will return to their home state of Colorado for follow-ups spread across The Centennial State.
In continuation of Ski Tour 2024, the group comprised of Vince Herman, Drew Emmitt, Andy Thorn, Alwyn Robinson, Jay Starling, and Greg Garrison will take part in three consecutive concert spread over three nights, beginning with a show at Washington’s in Fort Collins, Colo., on Jan. 25. Then, they’ll turn up at Strings Music Pavilion in Steamboat, Colo., prior to an ensuing gig at TACAW in Basalt, Colo.
After some time away from the stage and perhaps focused on their favorite downhill activity, Leftover Salmon will arrive at the Community Concert Hall in Durango, Colo., on Feb. 8. Given the proximity to their homes, the band will take another significant chunk of time off, only to return on for two nights of music, slated for March 8 and 9 at Center for the Arts in Crested Butte, Colo.
Tickets for the band’s Ski Tour go on sale Friday, Sept. 22 at 10 A.M. M.T., at leftoversalmon.com. Scroll down to view a complete list of dates.
Leftover Salmon Ski Tour Dates:
Jan. 19-20 – Knotty Pine – Victor, Idaho
Jan. 25 – Washington’s – Fort Collins, Colo.
Jan. 26 – Strings Music Pavilion – Steamboat, Colo.
Jan. 27 – TACAW – Basalt, Colo.
Feb. 8 – Community Concert Hall – Durango, Colo.
March 8-9 – Center for the Arts – Crested Butte, Colo.