A handful of tour dates have been trickling in for shows a mere
month from this week - in addition to the previously-mentioned Nashville
River Stages, the band will also be playing Atlanta's
Music Midtown festival that weekend.
Tickets are not yet on sale and the exact schedule has not been posted yet;
more info will be posted here once it becomes available. According to
ticketmaster.com, the band has
also signed on the dotted line for a show at Furman University on April 11th,
another South Carolina Show at the Myrtle Beach House of Blues on the 12th,
and a two-night stand at Norfolk, Virginia's NorVa Theater with local
favorite Pat McGee Band on the 13th and 14th.
According to Black-Cat list member Evelyn Nikolopoulos, tickets to the
Orlando show on 3/17 are available as separate concert-only tickets. Florida
residents can purchase tickets for $24.95 plus a Classic Coke label [no
info was given for non-Florida residents]. It is also possible to pay for a
full day pass to the park - $48 - and see the show in the evening as part
of the package. The concert will be outdoors in front of "Mel's Diner",
starting at 8:30 and running until 9:45. Fans should remember that this
show is essentially a gig for record label representatives [Interscope is
owned by Universal, who owns the park where the show will be held] and not
part of the spring tour.
Finally, Launch.com has posted the first
known article about the new album. Gary Graff's article, entitled
Traveler Plans New Album, discusses the new band lineup, a proposed
summer tour, and rehashes the track listing of the new album.