Dave Matthews Band at Gorge Amphitheatre

Dave Matthews Band Tickets

Gorge Amphitheatre | Quincy, Washington

Welcome the hot summer season with the cool, breezy, and relaxing sound of the Dave Matthews Band. For over two decades, fans have always looked forward to the summer — the time when the band goes back on the road and embarks on a nationwide tour. Year after year, summer after every summer, for over two decades now, DMB  fans enjoy basking on their long improv-impromptu playlists, energized by their stunning visual and lighting show.   Once again, the cool summer wind will blow in the direction of    Quincy, Washington, which will take the Dave Matthews Band to the Gorge Amphitheatre, for three shows on August 29, 30, and 31,  2013.  Be there as the curtains rise at 3:00 pm.


The Dave Matthews Band has been around for over twenty years.  They may not have a colossal fanbase, as compared to their mainstream counterparts, yet DMB is enjoying the adulation f their so-called indie-crowd following.  Fans and music critics alike consider them underrated, yet DMB seems to pay no mind at all.  For over two decades, they have been touring non-stop.  In a DBM concert, you don’t know what you’re gonna get.  Night after night, they treat their fans to a stretch of long and improvised playlists.  This explosive aural sensation is also accompanied by a sensational video and lights showcase — a mind-blowing experience indeed!

DBM was originally formed in 1991 and composed of founding members–singer-songwriter and guitarist Dave Matthews, bassist Stefan Lessard, drummer/backing vocalist Carter Beauford and saxophonist LeRoi Moore.  Boyd Tinsley was added to the band as a violinist soon after the band was formed.  DBM are silent million-sellers.  As of 2010, they’ve amassed over 30 million album sold worldwide.   Some of their biggest singles include “Crash Into Me”, “The Space Between”, “Ants Marching”, “Where Are You Going,” and many more…

Give yourself a rewarding music experience this summer.  Sitback, relax…sounds rather cliche.  In a DBM concert, you’ll be delighted, amazed, and lose yourself in this visual and aural escapde.  If you’re ready to wander, better buy yourself a ticket now!

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