Umphrey’s McGee reveal plans for new album, tour

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Umphrey’s McGee have announced plans for a fall tour in support of their forthcoming album, Death by Stereo. The Chicago rockers will make their way to New England in September for several shows.

The Chicago-based jam band will play the Calvin Theatre in Northampton, Massachusetts on Friday, September 16. Tickets for the show are now on sale through NBOTickets for $22.50. Prior to that, they’ll hit New Hampshire for a performance at Concord’s Capital Center for the Arts on Wednesday, September 14. Tickets for the show are on sale through the venue’s box office and website for $25 and $30. Other New England stops include the State Theatre in Portland, Maine on September 17 and Higher Ground in Burlington, Vermont on September 15.

Death By Stereo
, the band’s sixth studio effort and first since 2009’s Mantis, will hit stores on September 13. Fans can now pre-order the album through the band’s website. There are also several packages available with a wide varity of incentives for deep pocket fans, including golfing, attending a Chicago Cubs game, fishing and playing kickball with band members, as well as opportunities for to join the band on their tour bus or host a private concert. Enjoy reading the full list here.
http://www.umphreys.com/dbs/deeperpackages.html

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