moe. announces 3-night run at New York’s Brooklyn Bowl

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As they gear up to return to the road with a 2-night run at the State Theatre in Portland, ME this weekend, moe. has announced a special 3-night run at Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, NY on May 18-20, to cap their 2023 US winter/spring tour. The news follows the return of guitarist Chuck Garvey to the road full-time following his stroke in 2021. An official, multi-camera recording of the band’s NYE 2022 performance, which marked Garvey’s return to the band, is now available to stream on the band’s YouTube page here. The announcement also follows the news that keyboardist Nate Wilson, who first sat in with the band during Garvey’s recovery last year, is now an official member of the band and will perform at all of moe.’s performances, going forward.

A special artist pre-sale is currently underway using the password WINDITUP – click here for more information. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday, February 17th at 10amET. For ticketing and show info, please visit https://moe.org/tour

moe.’s winter 2023 tour will resume their 2-night run at the State Theatre this weekend, as well as an additional 2-night run at the Palace Theater in Albany, NY on 2/24-25, coinciding with “moe.day” in Albany on 2/24. Select February performances will include an opening set by Karina Rykman. Following a short break, the next leg of the tour will center around the southeast, with a number of dates in Florida, followed by a 2-night run at Variety Playhouse in Atlanta on March 23-24. The tour will then conclude with the band’s recently announced April/May dates, culminating in Kansas City on Wednesday, May 3rd, the 3-night run at Brooklyn Bowl, and the Summer Camp Music Festival from May 25-28th.

moe. is a one-of-a-kind band that has never been easily categorized. Their sonic adventurousness and tongue-in-cheek humor are distinctly and undeniably their own. Praised by American Songwriter for their “mind-bending musicality,” moe. is treasured for their mesmerizing musical synergy, unfettered showmanship, and smart, resonant songcraft.

moe.’s longevity is no doubt due to the family spirit shared between its members and its engaged fanbase, the Famoe.ly, a bond that has been fortified through decades on the road. moe. has performed innumerable headline tours, international festival sets, music-themed cruises, and sold-out shows alongside countless household-name artists. They’ve also promoted and headlined multiple festivals of their own, including snoe.down and moe.down. The band’s vibrant blend of inventive musicality and genre-blurring is on full display on two recent releases, their 12th studio album, ‘This Is Not, We Are,’ and the ‘Not Normal’ EP.

moe. is Al Schnier (guitar, vocals) * Chuck Garvey (guitar, vocals) * Rob Derhak (bass, vocals) * Jim Loughlin (percussion, vibes) * Vinnie Amico (drums) * Nate Wilson (keys)

moe. US Tour Dates
Friday, February 17th – State Theatre – Portland, ME*
Saturday, February 18th – State Theatre – Portland, ME*
Friday, February 24th – Palace Theater – Albany, NY*
Saturday, February 25th – Palace Theater – Albany, NY
Thursday, March 9th – Brooklyn Bowl – Nashville, TN
Friday, March 10th – Mars Music Hall – Huntsville, AL
Saturday, March 11th – Minglewood Hall – Memphis, TN
Sunday, March 12th – Vinyl Music Hall – Pensacola, FL
Wednesday, March 15th – Music Hall – Charleston, SC
Thursday, March 16th – The Plaza Live – Orlando, FL
Friday, March 17th – Culture Room – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Saturday, March 18th – Jannus Live – St. Petersburg, FL
Sunday, March 19th – PV Concert Hall – Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
Tuesday, March 21st – Lincoln Theatre – Raleigh, NC
Wednesday, March 22nd – Jefferson Theatre – Charlottesville, VA
Thursday, March 23rd – The Orange Peel – Asheville, NC
Friday, March 24th – Variety Playhouse – Atlanta, GA
Saturday, March 25th – Variety Playhouse – Atlanta, GA
Friday, April 14th – Higher Ground – Burlington, VT
Saturday, April 15th – Higher Ground – Burlington, VT
Wednesday, April 26th – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK
Thursday, April 27th – The Echo Lounge – Dallas, TX
Friday, April 28th – Paramount Theatre – Austin, TX
Saturday, April 29th – Tipitina’s – New Orleans, LA
Sunday, April 30th – Tipitina’s – New Orleans, LA
Tuesday, May 2nd – JJ’s Live – Fayetteville, AR
Wednesday, May 3rd – The Truman – Kansas City, MO
Thursday, May 18th – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY
Friday, May 19th – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY
Saturday, May 20th – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY
Thursday, May 25th-Sunday, May 28th – Summer Camp Music Festival – Chillicothe, IL
Friday, June 16th – Red Rock Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO^
Saturday, June 17th – Red Rock Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO^
Thursday, July 13th-Saturday, July 15th – 4848 Festival – Snowshoe, WV

* with Karina Rykman
^ supporting Umphrey’s McGee