Widespread Panic Tour 2022

Widespread Panic announce U.S. tour dates

Southern rockers Widespread Panic will be heading back on tour in 2021 hosting multi-night residencies at several venues across America. Starting in August, the band will be visiting Austin and Napa for 3 nights each followed by a 4-night New York residency in September. Then for the following 3 months, the tour will be moving to Milwaukee, Chicago and Atlanta for additional live performances.

Widespread Panic will continue supporting their latest studio album ‘Street Dogs’ relesaed on September 25th, 2015 via Vanguard Records. The album peaked at #53 on the Billboard 200 and contains seven originals and three covers including Alan Price’s ‘Sell Sell’, Murray McLauchlan’s ‘Honky Red’ and Willie Dixon’s ‘Tail Dragger’. The band formed in 1986 and currently consists of members John Bell, Dave Schools, Domingo S. Ortiz, John Hermann, Jimmy Herring and Duane Trucks.

Widespread Panic Tour 2022

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    About Widespread Panic Tour Albums

    Widespread Panic arrived on the Alternative scene with the release of the album ‘Pick Your Panic’ released on November 30, 1990. The single ‘Makes Sense To Me’ quickly became a fan favorite and made Widespread Panic one of the newest emerging acts at that moment. Later on, Widespread Panic released the most famous album ‘Space Wrangler’ which features some of the most popular music from the Widespread Panic discography. ‘Space Wrangler’ includes the single ‘Chilly Water’ which has been the most recognized for followers to hear during the gigs. Apart from ‘Chilly Water’, most of other tracks from ‘Space Wrangler’ have also become well-known as a result. Some of Widespread Panic’s most beloved tour albums and songs are provided below. After 26 years since releasing ‘Pick Your Panic’ and having a massive effect in the business, music lovers consistently unite to see Widespread Panic appear live to perform favorites from the full collection.

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