Marshall Tucker Band to Celebrate 45 Years

Marshall Tucker Band is hitting the road in 2016 and kicking it all off on February 3rd in Savannah, GA.

Marshall Tucker Band is out celebrating 45 years of making music in 2017. The tour kicks off on February 3rd in Savannah, GA and wraps up on September 30th in Saint Charles, MO.

The Marshall Tucker Band is a southern rock band from Spartanburg, SC. Doug Gray (lead vocals) is the last current member of the band from its original lineup. The band rose to fame in the late 1970’s. By 1975 the band’s self-entitled debut album had reached become certified gold.

2017 Marshall Tucker Band Tour Dates

Feb. 3 – Savannah, Ga., The Stage On Bay
Feb. 18 – Knoxville, Tenn., Cotton Eyed Joe
Feb. 22 – Englewood, N.J., Bergen Performing Arts Ctr.
Feb. 24 – Plymouth, N.H., The Flying key Movie House & Performance Center
Feb. 25 – Woonsocket, R.I., Stadium Theatre
Feb. 26 – Verona, N.Y., Event Center At Turning Stone Casino Resort
March 3 – Raleigh, N.C., The Ritz
March 4 – Charlotte, N.C., The Fillmore
March 10 – Las Vegas, Nev., Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino
March 11 – El Cajon, Calif., Sycuan Live & Up Close
March 18 – Pompano Beach, Fla., Pompano Beach Amphitheater
March 31 – Paducah, Ky., The Carson Center
April 1 – Elkhart, Ind., The Lerner
April 7 – Hankinson, N.D., Dakota Magic Casino
April 8 – Walker, Minn., Northern Lights Casino
April 9 – Milwaukee, Wisc., Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
April 20 – Salina, Kan., The Stiefel Theatre For Perf. Arts
April 21 – Emporia, Kan., Emporia Granada Theatre
April 22 – Sioux City, Iowa, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
April 28 – Las Cruces, N.M., Downtown Las Cruces (Las Cruces Country Music Festival)
April 29 – Southlake, Texas, Town Square
April 30 – Conroe, Texas, Dosey Doe Coffee House
May 13 – Lancaster, Pa., Clipper Magazine Stadium
May 20 – Greeneville, Tenn., Niswonger Performing Arts Center
May 26 – Daytona Beach, Fla., Daytona International Speedway (Country 500: The Great American Music Fest At Daytona)
May 27 – Clearwater, Fla., Capitol Theatre
June 3 – Watseka, Ill., Watseka Theatre
June 17 – Rocky Mount, Va., Harvester Performance Center
June 22 – Ridgefield, Conn., Ridgefield Playhouse
June 24 – Augusta, N.J., Sussex County Fairgrounds (Rock, Ribs And Ridges)
June 25 – Webster, Mass., Indian Ranch
June 30 – Greensburg, Pa., Palace Theatre
July 28 – Minden, Nev., Carson Valley Inn
Sep. 23 – Augusta, Maine, Augusta Civic Center
Sep. 30 – Saint Charles, Mo., The Family Arena


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