Due to Hurricane Matthew, the Blues Traveler concert originally scheduled for Monday, October 10th at 8PM at the Charleston Music Hall has been rescheduled for Monday, November 21st. All tickets for the October 10th show will be honored for the November 21st concert. For additional updates and information please visit CharlestonMusicHall.com.
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Nineties heavyweights Blues Traveler will perform at the Charleston Music Hall on Monday, October 10h at 8 pm. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 am.
The group is known for their hit songs “Hook,” “Run-Around,” and “But Anyway.” Their 1994 album, four, went 6-times platinum and is still their most successful release.
The band is touring in support of Blow Up The Moon, their 12th studio album. It’s the first collaborative record that Blues Traveler has ever made. It includes artists like Thompson Square, Plain White T’s, 3OH!3, Dirty Heads, Rome Ramirez (Sublime), Hanson, Jewel, Secondhand Serenade, JC Chasez (*NSYNC), Bowling for Soup, New Hollow and Thomas Ian Nicholas.
Tickets for the band’s Charleston Music Hall show will be available here.
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