Dave Matthews Band will launch its first tour of Europe and the United Kingdom in five years on April 2 at AFAS Live In Amsterdam.
The 19-date headline run will take the band to 14 countries in total and includes a two-night stand at London’s Royal Albert Hall (April 24 and 25).
Dave Matthews Band has sold more than 25 million tickets since inception, making them the second largest ticket-seller in history. Matthews recently spoke about the band’s new album, Walk Around The Moon, and their passion for touring. Pitchfork said, “Past and present iterations of Dave Matthews Band freely intermingle on Walk Around the Moon…[‘Monsters’ and ‘Break Free’] are highlights for the band as storytellers…”
In this GQ video, Matthews breaks down the band’s most iconic tracks, including “Satellite,” “Crash into Me,” “The Space Between,” “Everyday” and “Madman’s Eyes.” He also appeared recently on “The Howard Stern Show.” Dave Matthews Band, which has sold a collective 38 million CDs and DVDs combined, will close out 2023 with a fall North American tour and shows in Pretoria and Cape Town, Africa.