Dave Matthews Band at Summerfest *postponed*

American Family Insurance Amphitheater

Dave Matthews Band announced the band will be moving dates for its 2020 North American summer tour to 2021. The rescheduled tour will bring the band to Summerfest 2021 on July 1, 2021 at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater.  

Message from Dave Matthews Band

We are disappointed to announce, that in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, we will be moving all of our 2020 summer dates to the summer of 2021. We make this decision with the health, safety, and well-being of our fans, touring crew, and venue staff as our priority.

Your previously purchased tickets will be honored for these rescheduled performances, and we’re happy to announce that the 2021 tour includes a few additional stops that were not included on the 2020 tour. Please click herefor a list of all the dates. We are also providing fans with the option to refund your tickets at the point of purchase. We are incredibly grateful for all of our fans who come out to see us every summer and will miss seeing you all. For now, we will keep everyone in our hearts and minds until we can be together again.

New tour dates are available here: https://www.davematthewsband.com/

Ticket holders for rescheduled concerts are asked to hold onto their original ticket, as it will be honored for the 2021 concert date. For those fans unable to attend a rescheduled date, refunds will be available from the original point of purchase for 30 days from the announcement of the rescheduled date. Fans who purchased tickets from the Summerfest Box Office will have 30 days to request refunds. The Summerfest box office is now open Monday – Friday from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm.

Dave Matthews Band has sold more than 25 million tickets since its inception and a collective 38 million CDs and DVDs combined. With the release of 2018'sCome Tomorrow,Dave Matthews Band became the first group in history to have seven consecutive studio albums debut at No. 1 on theBillboard 200.The New York Times,in a Critic's Pick review, observed, "willed optimism fills the songs on 'Come Tomorrow,' while cynicism and irony are nowhere within earshot."