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Photos – Widespread Panic, 9/22/13, Taft Theatre, Cincinnati, OH

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Widespread Panic

Photos by Scott Preston


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Widespread Panic at The Taft Theatre on September 22nd

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Widespread Panic

Widespread Panic
Taft Theatre, 317 E 5th St, Cincinnati, OH
doors 6pm, show 7pm, Buy Tickets

Widespread Panic will be performing live at the Taft Theatre in Cincinnati, OH on Sunday, September 22nd.  Doors open at 6 PM and the show starts at 7 PM.

Widespread Panic’s fall tour begins in September and runs through November. The band will be returning to some of their favorite cities and venues, including their annual Halloween celebration in New Orleans that kicks off a three-night run at the city’s Lakefront Arena, where they also happen to hold the all time attendance record. The seminal sextet’s tour stops will include performances in Memphis (two nights), Detroit, Milwaukee (three nights), Charleston, SC (two nights), Austin (two nights), Houston, Miami, Boston, New York City and more. Read more

Show Review – Widespread Panic, 10/16/11, PNC Pavilion, Cincinnati, OH

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Widespread Panic

Written by Bill Whiting

Widespread Panic’s return to PNC Pavilion in Cincinnati, Ohio one year later on October 16 gave Panic fans a riveting, surprise laden pearl of a concert. Beginning with a seven minute “North” that led into the explosive locomotions of “Love Tractor,” Widespread was firing on all cylinders, revved up and ready to take their folowers on a wild ride. Sunday night became a nice showcase for the always dependable bassist Dave Schools, and he delivered on thumping versions of “Sleepy Monkey” and “Jack.” John Bell engaged the Cincinnati audience with the spirited set ending run of “Travelin’ Man,” “You Should Be Glad,” and “Climb To Safety.” Read more

25th Anniversary Widespread Panic Tour / PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Oct. 16

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Widespread Panic

Widespread Panic continues a year-long 25th Anniversary celebration with a night in Cincinnati at the PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music on October 16. Aside from a couple of very special dates in early 2012, this will be Widespread Panic’s last full tour before going on hiatus.

In appreciation of loyal fans, during the 2011 Fall Tour Widespread Panic will perform at some of the smaller, more intimate venues that have become fan favorites through the years. Panic will also perform for the first time at a handful of venues. Read more

Interview with Domingo Ortiz from Widespread Panic

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Domingo Ortiz

Interview by Scott Preston
Photos by Ian Rawn, Atlantaphotog.com and Playindead.org

Widespread Panic’s pring tour kicks off with two sold out shows at the intimate Palace Theatre in Louisville, KY, where the band has not performed since 2007. Panic will also be returning to Asheville, NC for the first time in over two years to play at the Civic Center with special guests JJ Grey & Mofro. Finally, the biggest news for longtime Panic fans is the announcement of the tour-closing two nights at the Oak Mountain Amphitheater outside of Birmingham, AL where the band has not performed since 2002. The Charlie Daniels Band and Big Gigantic will open this shows on April 15th & 16th, respectively. Also announced today (3/28) is a 23 show summer tour. Read more

Widespread Panic Announce 2010 Fall Tour

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Widespread Panic

Widespread Panic has announced dates for their much-anticipated fall tour. The tour begins on September 17th in Morgantown, WV and includes stops in Atlanta, Baltimore, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Oakland and ends with a three-night stand in New Orleans, LA that includes their annual Halloween bash. Read more

Widespread Panic Summer 2010 Tour

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Widespread Panic

The band will be kicking the tour off with a triumphant return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, CO for three nights! From there they will make their way up to the Pacific Northwest, down through the midwest towards Chicago, IL for three nights, up through New England including a stop at Radio City Music Hall, then making their way back down south, ending the tour with two nights in Charlotte, NC Read more

Announcing the 14th Annual All Good Music Festival & Campout, July 8-11 The Mid-Atlantic’s Most Diverse Music Festival

all good music festivalMasontown, WV (February 16, 2010) – Everything a live music fan could ever hope for converges this July 8-11 at the 14th annual All Good Music Festival and Campout on Marvin’s Mountaintop in Masontown, WV. The initial list of artists confirmed for this year’s All Good Festival include:

Widespread Panic
Umphrey’s McGee
Yonder Mountain String Band
Dark Star Orchestra
George Clinton & Parliament/Funkadelic
Femi Kuti & the Positive Force
Railroad Earth
The New Deal Read more

Setlist – Widespread Panic & The Allman Brothers Band 10/6/09

Widespread Panic & The Allman Brothers Band Setlists

10.06.09 – Tue – Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, MD

Widespread Panic:
Travelin’ Light, Thought Sausage > Pleas > Who Do You Belong To?, C. Brown, Up All Night, Three Candles > Flicker > Contentment Blues > North > Second Skin* > Protein Drink > Sewing Machine* , Radio Child > Action Man > Chilly Water
* w/ Warren Haynes Read more

Setlist – Allman Bros & Widespread Panic Setlists 10/3 – 10/4/09

10.03.09 :: Sat :: Verizon Wireless Amphitheater :: Charlotte, NC

Widespread Panic:
Little Kin > Holden Oversoul > Surprise Valley, Pilgrims > Blackout Blues, This Part of Town*, Ain’t Life Grand**, Diner > Drums > You Should Be Glad*** > Climb To Safety > Fishwater****
E: End of the Show*****
* w/ John Keane on pedal steel
** w/ JB on mandolin; John Keane on pedal steel
*** w/ Derek Trucks on guitar
**** w/ Danny Louis on keyboard
***** w/ John Keane on pedal steel and Danny Hutchens on vocals Read more

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