Today, the South’s premier Phish tribute band, Runaway Gin, announced their 10-year anniversary tour. The ensemble will kick the celebration off at the Charleston Pour House with a two-night stint on Jan. 12 and 13.

The tour will commence in familiar territory for the ensemble, hitting cities like Wilmington, N.C., Richmond, Va., Asheville, N.C. Columbia, S.C., Greenville, S.C., Charlotte, N.C. and Washington, D.C. The 10-date tour will culminate on April 13 at Bowstring Brewyard in Raleigh, N.C.

In recognition of their journey over the last decade, former Runaway Gin members Bobby Hogg, John Pope, Sean Bing and Tim Khayat will join them at the Charleston Pour House for the kick-off, and a horn section led by Micheal Quinn will accompany the band on the second night to send them out in style.

Additionally, the Charleston shows have been crafted in line with a festival experience with deck shows and a weekend of celebration. A limited number of two-night passes are available now. Learn more and find tickets here.

Get a taste of Runaway Gin via a cover of “Split Open and Melt” recorded on Nov. 25 below.

Runaway Gin Tour Dates

Jan. 12 – Charleston Pour House – Charleston, SC

Jan. 13 – Charleston Pour House – Charleston, SC

Jan. 26 – Bowstring Brewyard – Wilmington, NC

Jan. 27 – the Broadberry – Richmond, VA

Feb. 8 – Salvage Station – Asheville, NC

Feb. 9 – New Brookland Tavern – Columbia, SC

Feb. 10 – Swanson’s Warehouse – Greenville, SC

March 15 – Visulite Theatre – Charlotte, NC

April 12 – Pearl St. Warehouse – Washington, DC

April 13 – Bowstring Brewyard – Raleigh, NC