Joe Bonamassa’s Spring Tour 2023 begins February 15 in Charleston, West Virginia, and ends March 11 in St. Augustine, Florida.
Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea VIII will sail from Miami to Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, March 13-17, 2023. The complete festival lineup will be announced in August. It already includes Little Feat and Joanne Shaw Taylor. KTBA at Sea is one of his non-greatest profit fundraisers to encourage music education by granting scholarships to schools and musicians in need.
The announcement comes as the blues-rock titan prepares to launch his US Summer Tour 2022 next week at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on August 2. The tour includes a two-night stop at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, which will be recorded for a concert film to be released later. The tour will finish with KTBA Presents Joe Bonamassa & Friends on August 19 at Northwell Health at Jones Beach in Long Island, New York.
Joe Bonamassa’s setlist will most likely include the following songs, although performances can differ depending on the venue:
· Tiger in Your Tank
· King Bee Shakedown
· Evil Mama
· Just ‘Cos You Can Don’t Mean You Should
· Self-Inflicted Wounds
· This Train
· Blues of Desperation
· How Deep This River Runs
· Sloe Gin (Tim Curry cover)
· Well (Delaney & Bonnie cover)
· Tea for One / I Can’t Quit You Baby (Willie Dixon cover)
· Little Girl (John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers cover)
· Last Kiss
· Woke Up Dreaming
· Mountain Time
When it comes to Joe Bonamassa concerts, how long do they typically last?
The duration of most concerts is between two and three hours, but this time frame may be shortened or lengthened depending on the main act, opening acts, encore performances, and so on. The typical length of a Joe Bonamassa concert is two hours.
What is the price range for tickets to see Joe Bonamassa?
On average, a ticket to see Joe Bonamassa live in concert is approximately $190. Nevertheless, the prices of concert tickets are flexible. They may shift significantly depending on many factors, including the concert’s location, the day of the week, the capacity of the venue, and more. Ticket prices may change depending on the city.
Where can I purchase Joe Bonamassa tickets, and what are the prices?
You can get great tickets to the next Joe Bonamassa concert by going to Ticketmaster, Ticketnetwork, Viagigo, Vividseats, Livenation, Stubhub, or SeatGeek. These websites allow you to choose tickets for the dates you want and reserve your spot right away. If you want to buy tickets, go to these websites.
Joe Bonamassa US Spring Tour 2023:
Feb 15 – Charleston, WV @ Clay Center
Feb 17 – Cleveland @ Playhouse Square
Feb 18 – Milwaukee @ Riverside Theater
Feb 20 – Madison, WI @ The Orpheum Theater
Feb 22 – Peoria, IL @ Peoria Civic Center Theater
Feb 24 – Grand Rapids, MI @ DeVos Performance Hall
Feb 25 – South Bend, IN @ Morris Performing Arts Center
Feb 28 – Buffalo, NY @ Shea’s Buffalo Theatre
Mar 1 – Pittsburgh @ Benedum Center
Mar 3 – Charlotte, NC @ Ovens Auditorium
Mar 4 – Atlanta @ Fox Theatre
Mar 5 – Chattanooga, TN @ Soldiers And Sailors Memorial Auditorium
Mar 7 – Montgomery, AL @ Montgomery Performing Arts Centre
Mar 8 – New Orleans @ Saenger Theatre
Mar 10 – Melbourne, FL @ The King Center
Mar 11 – St. Augustine, FL @ The St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Mar 13 – Miami @ Keeping The Blues Alive at Sea VIII
New Hartford, New York native Joe Bonamassa is a multi-platinum blues-rock guitarist and singer.
Joe Bonamassa has gained widespread renown for his expert blending of rock and blues. He’s a songwriter and singer as well as a guitarist. Unlike many of his contemporaries in blues and rock, Bonamassa grew up loving the sounds of Irish and British groups rather than older American artists. Bonamassa was greatly influenced by artists like Jeff Beck and Band of Friends (including Rory Gallagher). Joe Bonamassa’s concerts are remarkable due to his charismatic performance and innovative fusion of two musical styles.
Since the release of his first album, 2000’s “A New Day Yesterday,” he has issued 15 more studio albums, the most recent being “Time Clocks,” due out in 2021. Live recordings from some of Bonamassa’s biggest headlining gigs, such as 2019’s “Live At The Sydney Opera House” and 2015’s “Live At Radio City Music Hall,” have also been regularly released.