THE WINERY DOGS announce US tour-dates



Still hot off their latest album release ‘Hot Streak’ (read my review), The Winery Dogs have just announced a string of tour-dates in the US this summer. No Canadian dates on the schedule…so far…? (Fingers crossed for us Canadian fans!)

From the press release:

THE WINERY DOGS– Richie Kotzen (lead vocals/guitar), Mike Portnoy (drums), Billy Sheehan (bass)—will launch their latest U.S. headlining tour Saturday, June 25 in Hinckley, MN at the Grand Casino Amphitheatre in support of their critically-acclaimed, self-produced second album, HOT STREAK, which was released in North America October 2, 2015 on Loud & Proud Records. It was preceded by the first single, “Oblivion,” which quickly made its way onto the Top 30 of the Billboard “Mainstream Rock Tracks” chart. A double vinyl edition of the new album was released November 13, 2015. —-

“Eight months after kicking off our 1st U.S. leg last October and following runs in Europe, Japan & South America,” explains Portnoy, “we are excited to round home plate and return home with some more U.S. shows in June and July.”

Read all about the band’s tour announcement on Facebook, and check out their latest video ‘Captain Love’!

  • Sat 6/25 Hinckley, MN Grand Casino Amphitheatre
  • Tue 6/28 Eau Claire, WI State Theater
  • Wed 6/29 Ashwaubenon, WI Green Bay Distillery
  • Thu 6/30 St. Charles, IL Arcadia Theater
  • Sat 7/2 Hazard, KY The Forum
  • Sun 7/3 Sterling Heights, MI Stars & Stripes Festival
  • Tue 7/5 Buffalo, NY Taft Music Hall
  • Fri 7/8 Houston, TX Warehouse Live
  • Sat 7/9 Dallas, TX Gas Monkey Live
  • Sun 7/10 San Antonio, TX Alamo’

The Winery Dogs’ official website / Facebook / Twitter


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