Marshall Tucker Band announces 2020 Southern Rockin’ Roundup Tour

The first 25 dates have been unveiled

Legendary multi-platinum selling southern rock group The Marshall Tucker Band has announced the first round of dates for its newly-unveiled 2020 tour: The Southern Rockin’ Roundup. The iconic band will enter the new decade with nearly 25 live concerts on the books with many additional shows to be announced in the coming weeks. The national tour includes stops in Myrtle Beach, SC; Baton Rouge, LA; Kansas City, MO; Washington D.C.; Waterbury, CT; Morristown, NJ; Westbury, NY and more.

“The future of The Marshall Tucker Band is overwhelming,” says lead singer Doug Gray. “We are all stunned and excited at the amount of shows being booked for next year’s Southern Rockin’ Roundup tour. We’ll be announcing lots more shows soon, and when all is said and done, 2020 will be our biggest touring year in recent memory.”

Additional artists will join the MTB on the tour and will be announced in the coming weeks.

The tour kicks off on Friday, January 10th in Lac Du Flambeau, Wisconsin at the Lake of the Torches Casino. More dates will be announced soon on the band’s official website.

The Southern Rockin’ Roundup 2020 Live Concert Dates:

January 10 – Lac Du Flambeau, WI – Lake of the Torches Casino
January 17 & 18 – Walhalla, SC – Walhalla Performing Arts Center
January 24 – Pembroke Pines, FL – Pembroke Pines City Center
January 25 – Weirsdale, FL – Orange Blossom Opry
January 26 – Immokalee, FL – Seminole Casino
January 31 – Raleigh, NC – The Ritz
February 1 – Myrtle Beach, SC – The Carolina Opry Theatre
February 21 & 22 – Harris, MI – Island Resort Casino
March 14 – Baton Rouge, LA – L’Auberge Casino & Hotel
April 3 – Kansas City, MO – Ameristar Casino
April 17 – Derry, NH – Tupelo Music Hall
April 19 – Plymouth, MO – Plymouth Memorial Hall
April 25 – Riverside, IA – Riverside Casino
May 1 – Washington D.C. – The Warner Theatre
May 7 – Waterbury, CT – The Palace Theater
May 8 – Morristown, NJ – Mayo Performing Arts Center
May 9 – Westbury, NY – The Theatre at Westbury
May 14 – Jackson, TN – Carl Perkins Civic Center
July 11 – Montauk, NY – Montauk Music Festival
July 23 – Yerington, NV – Night in the Country Festival
August 24 – Ocean City, NJ – Ocean City Music Pier
October 17 – Steelville, MO – Wildwood Springs Lodge

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