Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds at SPAC

Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds composite

Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds

Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds are lined up to play shows at SPAC June 16 and June 17. Tickets go on sale February 18 -- they're $40.50 and up. There's also a presale starting for members of the Dave Matthews Band fan org starting this Thursday, January 19.

DMB isn't touring this summer, creating the opportunity for the Matthews/Reynolds tour. Reynolds, a guitarist, has a long history of collaborating and playing with Matthews and the band. And his solo career has brought him through this area a few times, including to the Massry Center this past December.

The press release for this summer's Matthews/Reynolds dates tout them as "stripped-down, acoustic" shows.

SPAC pop shows
Here's the list of SPAC pop shows announced for this summer so far...

June 20: Dead and Company

July 18: Foreigner with Cheap Trick

July 25: Chicago and The Doobie Brothers

September 2: Zac Brown Band


Matthews photo: Danny Clinch | Reynolds photo: Michael Weintrob

Comments

Same acts year in year out. Come Saratoga let's see something different this year..

In other news, Bill also wants all local restaurants to change their menus and get rid of their longtime-popular, best-selling items in favor of appeasing his desire for something different. Economics be damned! :)

Oh, come on. There's something to be said for keeping things fresh; even successful restaurants need to update their menus periodically. It would be nice to see some surprises on the 2017 SPAC schedule.

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