All Tours Record


  • 01 March at 20:00
  • Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
  • Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
  • 02 March at 20:00
  • Augusta, Georgia
  • Bell Auditorium
  • 03 March at 20:00
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Center Stage Theatre
  • 05 March at 20:00
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Charleston Music Hall
  • 06 March at 20:00
  • Durham, North Carolina
  • Carolina Theatre - Durham
  • 07 March at 20:00
  • Washington, District Of Columbia
  • Lincoln Theatre - DC
  • 08 March at 15:30
  • Wilmington, Delaware
  • Grand Opera House - DE
  • 08 March at 20:00
  • Wilmington, Delaware
  • Grand Opera House - DE
  • 09 March at 20:00
  • Collingswood, New Jersey
  • Scottish Rite Auditorium - Collingswood
  • 12 March at 20:00
  • Port Chester, New York
  • Capitol Theatre - Port Chester
  • 14 March at 20:00
  • Ridgefield, Connecticut
  • The Ridgefield Playhouse
  • 15 March at 20:00
  • Huntington, New York
  • Paramount Theatre - Huntington
  • 16 March at 20:00
  • New York, New York
  • Town Hall Theatre - NY
  • 17 March at 20:00
  • Woodstock, New York
  • Bearsville Theater
  • 18 March at 19:00
  • Londonderry, New Hampshire
  • Tupelo Music Hall
  • 19 March at 20:00
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Wilbur Theatre - MA
  • 21 March at 20:00
  • Albany, US
  • Hart Theatre At The Egg
  • 22 March at 20:00
  • Munhall, US
  • Carnegie Library of Homestead
  • 23 March at 20:00
  • Kent, Ohio
  • The Kent Stage
  • 24 March at 20:00
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Vic Theatre
  • 11 April at 20:00
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Pabst Theater
  • 12 April at 20:00
  • Des Moines, Iowa
  • Hoyt Sherman Auditorium
  • 14 April at 19:00
  • Boulder, US
  • Boulder Theatre
  • 14 April at 20:00
  • Boulder, Colorado
  • Boulder Theater
  • 18 April at 20:00
  • Washington, District Of Columbia
  • Lincoln Theatre - DC
  • 19 April at 20:00
  • Fresno, California
  • Tower Theatre - Fresno
  • 20 April at 20:00
  • San Juan Capistrano, California
  • Coach House - Capistrano
  • 21 April at 21:00
  • Agoura Hills, US
  • Canyon Club
  • 22 April at 19:30
  • Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Virginia G. Piper Theater
  • 24 April at 19:00
  • Houston, Texas
  • The Heights
  • 25 April at 21:00
  • Dallas, Texas
  • House Of Blues - Dallas
  • 26 April at 20:00
  • New Orleans, Louisiana
  • House Of Blues - New Orleans
  • 27 April at 20:00
  • Memphis, Tennessee
  • New Daisy Theatre
  • 28 April at 20:00
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Center Stage Theatre

For the first time, the hard rock band Dixie Dregs (then called Dixie Grit) first came out to the general public with a grand tour, presenting their third studio album ‘What If’ in 1978.

Subsequent years for the group were marked by the grueling touring schedule, which promoted their new albums that came out one by one: Night of the Living Dregs (1979), Dregs of the Earth (1980), Unsung Heroes (1981), and Industry Standard (1982). For each of these albums, Dixie Dregs received the Grammy nomination for Best Rock Instrumental Performance. Then their activity slightly decreased and the final tour for Dixie Dregs was 'Bring 'Em Back Alive' in 1992.

Subsequently, Dixie Dregs stopped working, as Steve Morse began to be a guitarist at Deep Purple band. After that, the band occasionally gathered for short performances and recordings of live albums, but no large-scale tours were planned. For over 15 years, the group kept silent, although they did not cease to be less popular. Accordingly, in 2018, the long-awaited return of the legendary masters of the jazz-rock fusion is scheduled for a grand tour with the title 'Dawn of the Dregs Tour' in 2018. Consequently, the old fans, as well as the young ones can meet their favorite band.

Dixie Dregs Tour Record

What If (1978)

Night of the Living Dregs (1979)

Dregs of the Earth (1980)

Unsung Heroes (1981)

Industry Standard (1982)

Bring 'Em Back Alive 1992

‘Dawn of the Dregs Tour’ (2018)