Widespread Panic to celebrate 25 years on fall tour

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Widespread Panic will continue their 25th anniversary celebration by returning to the road for another tour this fall. The band will make their way to Massachusetts for a two-night stand at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre on Thursday, September 15 and Friday, September 16. Tickets for each of shows will go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. through Live Nation for $35 and $40.

Aside from some very special dates in early 2012, this will be Widespread Panic’s last tour before going on a hiatus. On the tour, which will kick off in Boston, the band will focus on playing more intimate venues that have become fan favorites through the years. Fans can expect a diverse set of material, including songs off their latest album, 2010’s Dirty Side Down.

Widespread Panic filmed all three nights of their shows at the Grand Targhee Resort Amphitheater in Alta, Wyoming. The footage, which was filmed in HD, can be purchased by fans as a full-length DVD or as individual MP4 videos through the band’s official website.

In related news, Widespread Panic appear on David Bromberg’s new album, Use Me, performing the band’s song “Old Neighborhood” together.

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