Dr. Dog’s final tour will take them to 34 cities across America, starting September 8th in Albany and ending December 13th at Union Transfer with hometown shows set for Philadelphia on November 15th and 16th. The band plans on making festival appearances at FRED Festival 2021 (September 6-8), Bristol Rhythm & Roots 2021 (August 18 – 20) SeaHearNow Music Festival 2021 (October 11 – 14).
Dr. Dog will be done with the road by 2021, and are choosing to end their final tour in Philadelphia at two different venues as they complete four dates of shows.
This year’s final stretch for the band led by Scott McMicken and Toby Leaman, who grew up together in West Grove, will be their last. The members of DrFameous start off on Aug. 20 at Fred the Festival in Arrington, Va., and finish with two nights (Dec 28-29) at the Theatre of Living Arts followed by New Year’s Eve shows this December 30th & 31st Union Transfer show.
Don’t miss your chance to see Dr. Dog live in Philly! Tickets for all four shows go on sale at noon Friday with ticket links available now at drdogmusic.com, and a limited presale is already underway so you can get the best seats before they’re gone,
Dr. Dog, one of those bands that can only be categorized by genre because they don’t fit into any specific category and are just universally good, is taking a break to focus on family life and other projects which will give their live performances more meaning.
Dr. Dog has announced that the band will take an indefinite hiatus in order to spend time with loved ones outside of music or performing at festivals for now but this does not mean Dr. Dog is breaking up – it doesn’t even rule out future festival dates as well
The band announced that they are done touring for good and have no plans to start again. They also said it won’t involve going on tour, although this one will be an exception because it is so awesome,
After the enforced pandemic layoff, Dr. Dog has been on a nonstop and full-time tour since releasing their album Easy Beat in 2005 with all four members being spread across Philadelphia to Tucson and Richmond respectively.
Michelle Zauner of the Philly band Japanese Breakfast will see her memoir Crying in H Mart, about grief, food, and Korean-American identity made into a feature film by MGM’s Orion Pictures. She’ll adapt it for screen herself after its success on bestseller lists across America. Her three sold-out shows at Union Transfer this week are followed up with a fourth show coming Friday night that’s now available online.
Music producer Clive Davis is bringing a massive concert to New York on August 21, with plans to hold the event in Central Park. To attend, you’ll need a ticket and proof of vaccination.
Dr. Dog ‘Last Tour’ dates 2021
Dr. Dog fans rejoice! The band is officially coming to a close and has announced their last tour dates for 2021. On January 18th, the band confirmed that they will be disbanding after 20 years due to personal commitments outside of music. These upcoming shows are your last chance to see Dr. Dog perform live in concert so make sure you buy tickets soon before they sell out.
How much are Dr. Dog tour tickets?
Dr. Dog tour tickets vary depending on the venue. The average price is usually between $20 and $30, but this can vary.
The average ticket price for Dr. Dog shows falls between $25 and $30, though this number will be different based on which city they are performing in and other factors as well (such as whether it’s a weekday or weekend). This answer is being given from Dallas, where the most commonplace to have a show is Trees, typically with an average ticket price of ~$40-$45 when using secondary markets like Stubhub or Goldstar where re-sale prices are generally much cheaper than those found at box offices/venue websites.
Dr. Dog Ticket Prices
|City||Venue||Average Ticket Price|
|New York||The Rooftop at Pier 17||$77|
|Denver||Red Rocks Amphitheatre||$89|
|Cleveland||House of Blues – Boston||$141|
How to get Dr. Dog tour t-shirts?
As a side note, if you want to buy Dr. Dog tour t-shirts, it helps to know that they run out of stock often, so we recommend getting them from places like Amazon or Alibaba while they last. In the future, lifeblood sponsors will be given first access to purchase shirts as soon as we make them available from our on-site store at the merch table of live shows in person.
what is Dr. Dog’s net worth?
Objectively, it would be difficult to give an exact number for what Dr. Dog’s net worth is. That said, according to the numbers we currently have access to, they’re somewhere between $4-6 million.