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Widespread Panic Announce shows in Columbia, Las Vegas, Napa

Widespread Panic Announce shows in Columbia, Las Vegas, Napa. We already know that Widespread Panic are preparing for a busy January, first with a five-night residency at The Beacon Theatre in New York January 13-17 and then Panic En La Playa at Hard Rock Hotel in Riviera Maya, Mexico January 22-26.
COLUMBIA, SC
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Widespread Panic Confirms February 2022 Concerts In South Carolina

Widespread Panic announced three February 2022 tour dates in Columbia, South Carolina. The sextet returns to Columbia’s Township Auditorium from February 18 – 20, 2022. The venue first hosted Widespread Panic on September 25, 1993. The band played Township Auditorium 13 additional times over the years, including two-night stands in 2013, 2015 and most recently in 2016.
COLUMBIA, SC
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Widespread Panic Announces Three-Night Columbia, SC Run

Widespread Panic has announced a three-night run of shows at Columbia, SC’s Township Auditorium set to take place on February 18th, 19th, and 20th, 2022. Tickets for all three Widespread Panic Columbia shows go on sale this Friday, December 3rd at 10:00 a.m. ET via the band’s website. The announcement...
COLUMBIA, SC
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‘Accidental’ Weapon Discharge Results in Widespread Panic at Atlanta Airport

An “accidental discharge” of a firearm in Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Saturday prompted widespread panic as travelers feared an active shooter situation. Airport officials confirmed on Twitter Saturday afternoon that there was not an active shooter, despite first-hand accounts on social media that travelers were evacuating parts of the...
ATLANTA, GA
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Widespread Panic Debuts Leon Russell Cover In Chicago

Widespread Panic covered Leon Russell’s “Stranger In A Strange Land” for the first time during their concert last night in Chicago. The debut took place on the final night of a three-show run at The Chicago Theatre. The evening’s first set began with crew member Steve Lopez adding percussion to...
CHICAGO, IL
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Widespread Panic Debuts Leon Russell Cover, Busts Out “Straight To Hell” At Chicago Finale [Photos/Video]

Widespread Panic concluded its three-show residency at the Chicago Theatre on Friday night. A chilly breeze blew across Lake Michigan and through the city streets as a full moon brought the lunatics out in droves. As cold as it was outside the venue, the band was cooking inside with a rare opener, a smokin’ debut, two sandwiches in each set, and a bust-out for an encore on top of the traditional blend of originals and heavy jams.
CHICAGO, IL
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Widespread Panic | Chicago Theater | 11/18/21

Originally scheduled in April of 2020, this run of Widespread Panic shows had been rescheduled twice and uniquely settled on some midweek shows in November at the Chicago Theatre. WSP’s second of a three-night run in Chicago was on Thursday night and they did not disappoint. The band took the stage 20 minutes after the 8 pm showtime, as ticketed, but early for Spreadheads.
CHICAGO, IL
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Widespread Panic Destroys All Stops in Rocktober: NOLA

Widespread Panic Destroys All Stops in Rocktober: NOLA. With stops in Memphis, Austin, Milwaukee and ending New Orleans, Widespread Panic covered some ground. From the first notes in Memphis to the encore last weekend in New Orleans, John Bell, Dave Schools, Sunny Ortiz, JoJo Herman, and Duane Trucks delivered beyond expectations night after night, taking each song to never-before-heard jams and improvisations to the delight of all, night after night. JB continues to bring extraordinary energy with his guitars, vocals, and stage presence, seeming like long ago. Jimmy Herring shredding/ melting faces and Dave Schools’ bomb assaults, JoJo’s ever-so-sweet keys, and, yes, he bangs the hell out them, too, and of course our drummers between Sunny Ortiz’s never-stopping percussions in conjunction with Duane Trucks hitting his bas , snare, and cymbals.
NEW ORLEANS, LA
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Widespread Panic Honors Its Long-Awaited Promise To Chicago [Photos/Videos]

Like the nameless bluesmen of the past, Widespread Panic retraced the spectral footprints of their predecessors up Route 61 N along the Mighty Mississippi and into the streets of Chicago. It took a fortnight but when the muddy banditos rolled into town, it was high noon, and they were ready for action. Their sights were set on a three-day run at the Chicago Theatre after two COVID-related reschedules delivered a rare Wednesday show unto the history books last night.
CHICAGO, IL
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Widespread Panic Destroys All Stops in Rocktober: MILWAUKEE

Widespread Panic Destroys All Stops in Rocktober: MILWAUKEE. With stops in Memphis, Austin, Milwaukee and ending New Orleans, Widespread Panic covered some ground. From the first notes in Memphis to the encore last weekend in New Orleans, John Bell, Dave Schools, Sunny Ortiz, JoJo Herman, and Duane Trucks delivered beyond expectations night after night, taking each song to never-before-heard jams and improvisations to the delight of all, night after night. JB continues to bring extraordinary energy with his guitars, vocals, and stage presence, seeming like long ago. Jimmy Herring shredding/ melting faces and Dave Schools’ bomb assaults, JoJo’s ever-so-sweet keys, and, yes, he bangs the hell out them, too, and of course our drummers between Sunny Ortiz’s never-stopping percussions in conjunction with Duane Trucks hitting his bas , snare, and cymbals.
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Widespread Panic Destroys All Stops in Rocktober: AUSTIN

Widespread Panic Destroys All Stops in Rocktober: AUSTIN. With stops in Memphis, Austin, Milwaukee and ending New Orleans, Widespread Panic covered some ground. From the first notes in Memphis to the encore last weekend in New Orleans, John Bell, Dave Schools, Sunny Ortiz, JoJo Herman, and Duane Trucks delivered beyond expectations night after night, taking each song to never-before-heard jams and improvisations to the delight of all, night after night. JB continues to bring extraordinary energy with his guitars, vocals, and stage presence, seeming like long ago. Jimmy Herring shredding/ melting faces and Dave Schools’ bomb assaults, JoJo’s ever-so-sweet keys, and, yes, he bangs the hell out them, too, and of course our drummers between Sunny Ortiz’s never-stopping percussions in conjunction with Duane Trucks hitting his bas , snare, and cymbals.
NEW ORLEANS, LA
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Widespread Panic Announces Three-Night March 2022 Run In Las Vegas

Widespread Panic will travel to Sin City for a three-night run at The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas (formerly the Hard Rock Hotel) on March 11th–13th, 2022, the band announced on Monday. This will mark the Athens, GA-bred outfit’s first trip back to Vegas since Halloween 2018 at the...
LAS VEGAS, NV
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Widespread Panic Confirms March 2022 Concerts In Las Vegas

Widespread Panic will return to Las Vegas March 11 – 13, 2022 for a three-night stand at The Theater at Virgin Hotels. Tickets go on sale this Friday, November 12 at 10 a.m. PT via AXS.com. Panic’s last visits to Sin City came with three-night stands held over Halloween weekend...
LAS VEGAS, NV
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