The GreenSky Bluegrass band has a busy Fall schedule as they headed coast to coast in September. The tour continues straight through until November 17th with only a short hiatus in October. The tour began on the East Coast.
The band appeared at the Outlaw Music Festival held in Camden, New Jersey. This venue started off the band’s tour on September 15, and the next day they were scheduled in Holmdel, New Jersey. The popular five member band came together in the mid 2000s. They are based out of Michigan. GreenSky Bluegrass then continued on their tour schedule and headed west to Colorado. There they played performances on September 22nd and the 23rd at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Red Rocks is located in Morrison, a city that is located approximately 10 miles outside of Denver.
In the remaining days of September, GreenSky made several multi city stops. They performed in Omaha, Nebraska, Des Moines, Iowa, St. Paul, Minnesota, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The band finished up the month of September with a performance in Columbia, Missouri at the Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival.
The October schedule for the band started in Fort Wayne, Indiana for a performance on October 2nd. The band then appeared in Asheville, North Carolina. The quintet then headed back to the Northeast to perform on October 6th at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York. After their headlining performance in New York, GreenSky went on to perform in Stratton Mountain, Vermont.
The band is due to start again with performances at the Roseland Theatre in Portland, Oregon. They will play there on October 31 and November 1. They will then continue on to Crystal Bay, Nevada for a performance on November 7. The balance of the month will take them to San Francisco, California for a performance on November 8 and the 9th in San Diego. GreenSky will then end up the California tour stops with a performance in Los Angeles. They’ll spend the balance of the month performing in Phoenix, Arizona, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and in the Texas cities of Houston, Austin and Dallas.