Blues rock heavyweights Tedeschi Trucks Band have added 2017 tour dates.
The twelve-piece supergroup featuring Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi released a live album earlier this year called Live from the Fox Oakland, which follows their excellent 2016 studio album Let Me Get By.
The newly scheduled shows are slated to begin on September 15 in Alabama and extend into mid-November. The concerts are mainly focused on the West Coast, with TTB performing multiple nights in Seattle, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Oakland.
The band also have a Wheels Of Soul 2017 Summer Tour planned with The Wood Brothers and Hot Tuna as the opening acts. Tickets for those shows are already on sale.
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When do Tedeschi Trucks Band 2017 Fall Tour tickets go on sale and what is the presale code?
Presales are currently underway through the band's tour page. The general public on-sale begins as early as June 9, 2017.
We recommend following Tedeschi Trucks Band on social media accounts and sign up for their free email newsletter (top of page), in addition to checking your local venue’s social media and email subscription, to get the most up-to-date information. Keep in mind, each date can be different and details are subject to change. Click the links above for the show you’re interested in.
The opening acts may not be household names, but you can expect lots of fans to arrive early to check them out. Fronted by Todd Snider, Hard Working Americans also includes Duane Trucks (younger brother of Derek and drummer of Widespread Panic since 2014), Dave Schools, Neal Casal, Chad Staehly, and Jesse Aycock.
The other opener, Greyhounds, are a band from Austin who describe their sound as "Hall and Oates meet ZZ Top." Check ticket listings for the lineup on each night, which is subject to change.
If you haven't done so already, pick up the band's excellent 2016 album, Let Me Get By, on Amazon. You can also stream the full album above for free and read our review here on Zumic.