A Long Awaited Philadelphia Incident on the Horizon: String Cheese Incident Fall Tour
For the first time in almost two years, The String Cheese Incident will return to Philadelphia on November 7, playing at the Tower Theatre in Upper Darby on the outskirts of the city. The band tours sparingly, and, given their tour schedules in the recent past, this may be the only chance for Philadelphia residents to see the band for quite a while. The tour also features a two-night run at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. Check out band’s entire Fall Tour 2014 schedule below.
The String Cheese Incident blends bluegrass, rock, electronica and so much more to contribute a decisively unique sound to the scene. Perhaps because they put on so few shows, the band tends to make the most of every performance. In addition to a great night of music, a String Cheese show also typically provides an out-of-this-world lighting display and, if you’re lucky, a wild theatrical spectacle of epic proportions. And then of course there’s Michael Kang. Kids these days may be all about having bass in their faces, but I’d rather have a fiddle in my face any day. Particularly Kang’s.
This rare chance to see a band that has helped define the live music scene should be on any live music lover’s list of things to do. Doors for this all-ages show open at 7 pm, and the show begins at 8 pm. Buy tickets here.