One of this year's hottest blues rock concerts is sure to be ZZ Top and Gov't Mule, as the bands have added 2016 tour dates together. The pair will team up in September with shows in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia, Illinois, and Missouri.
Billy Gibbons shared a statement about the upcoming tour on ZZ Top's official website:
ZZ Top and the Mule are cut from the same dyed-in-the blues cloth... I’ve long admired the band and Warren Haynes’ guitar work. He has a certain grit to everything he does. We’re gonna have a fine time.
When do Gov't Mule / ZZ Top 2016 tickets go on sale and what is the presale code?
Presales are currently underway for ZZ Top Fan Club members, VIP Packages, and Citi cardmembers. Live Nation and LN Mobile App presales begin May 19. The general public on-sale begins as early as May 20, 2016.
The Live Nation presale offer code is FRONTROW and the LN Mobile App password is COVERT. For the Citi cardmember presale, you can try 412800, but you'll probably need a Citi card to complete your purchase. Stay tuned, as we'll be updating this page if/when we get more information.
We recommend following ZZ Top and Gov't Mule on their social media accounts and signing up for the ZZ Top newsletter and the Gov't Mule newsletter (bottom 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 below for the show you're interested in.
Gov't Mule Tour Dates and Tickets
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In related news, Gov’t Mule is getting set to release an archival album titled The Tel-Star Sessions containing never-before-released demos the band recorded at Florida’s Tel-Star Studios in 1994. You can get a taste of what will be included on that release by listening to a rocking cover of ZZ Top’s “Just Got Paid” the band released as the first single last week.