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Widespread Panic adds late-summer shows to itinerary

Jam-rockers Widespread Panic have tacked another round of shows onto their in-progress return to the road after a year-long hiatus. // Tour dates at SoundSpike

Jam-rockers Widespread Panic have tacked another round of shows onto their in-progress return to the road after a year-long hiatus.

The Georgia outfit are in the midst of a jaunt that continues June 21 in Lincoln, NE, and extends through a two-night stand July 19-20 in Pelham, AL.

Since last check, a late-summer leg has been added to the schedule, beginning with a Sept. 5-8 appearance at Interlocken Music Festival in Arrington, VA. Seven more cities follow, concluding Oct. 4-5 in Charleston, SC.

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More dates will be added soon, according to the band's website.

Widespread Panic took on their first-ever all-acoustic tour in late 2011 and early 2012, after which the group took a break. Their most recent studio album, "Dirty Side Down," hit retailers in May 2011 via their own Widespread Records.

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June 2013
21 - Lincoln, NE - Pinewood Bowl Theater
22 - Kansas City, MO - Starlight Theatre
27-30 - Morrison, CO - Red Rocks Amphitheatre

July 2013
3-6 - Alta, WY - Grand Targhee Resort Amphitheater
9 - Missoula, MT - Big Sky Brewing Amphitheater
10 - Boise, ID - Idaho Botanical Garden
12, 13 - Las Vegas, NV - The Joint
14 - Flagstaff, AZ - Pepsi Amphitheater at Fort Tuthill Park
17 - Grand Prairie, TX - Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
19, 20 - Pelham, AL - Oak Mountain Amphitheatre

September 2013
5-8 - Arrington, VA - Interlocken Music Festival
20, 21 - Southaven, MS - Snowden Grove Amphitheater
22 - Cincinnati, OH - Taft Theatre
24 - Detroit, MI - The Fillmore Detroit
26-28 - Milwaukee, WI - The Riverside Theater
29 - Indianapolis, IN - Murat Theatre

October 2013
3 - Tuscaloosa, AL - Tuscaloosa Amphitheater
4, 5 - Charleston, SC - Family Circle Stadium

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