Here in Pittsburgh, we have certain seasonal harbingers: It wouldn't be Christmas without a visit from the weird Christmas-metal band Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and it wouldn't be Valentine's Day without Monster Jam. Likewise, summer in Pittsburgh wouldn't be complete without a visit from the Dave Matthews Band
, and the group announced its summer itinerary today, including a June 6 date at First Niagara Pavilion
. Tickets go on sale Fri., Feb. 13, and those interested are directed toward the band's website
. In the past, we grew accustomed to two-night stands from DMB; this year, the band is playing two sets per night, but is only scheduled for one night here in Pittsburgh. (At least for now — it's notable that there's a two-day gap in the band's schedule after the Pittsburgh date, so things could always change.)
Elsewhere in new concert announcements of note:
At Stage AE
appears on Wed., May 6; that show is $29.50-32 and tickets go on sale Friday; Pretty Reckless opens. And All Time Low
appears there Thu., May 21, in the venue's outdoor configuration; $25-30, on sale Friday.
comes to Club Cafe
on Tue., March 10; that's $12-14, on sale now.
At Mr. Small's Theatre
, Shakey Graves
plays Sat., April 18. $14-16, on sale Friday.
Hard Rock Cafe
has TR3 featuring Tim Reynolds
on Wed., Feb. 18; $15, on sale Saturday.
And at Altar Bar
, Allen Stone
plays Sun., March 1; that show is $20-23 and goes on sale Saturday.