Harmonica virtuoso John Popper and his bluesy crew deliver the hooks that bring you back in a set of jammy improvs and greatest hits
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$15 for one general-admission ticket (up to $33.30 value)
$22 for one general-admission ticket with skip-the-line pass (up to $43.30 value)
$31 for one ticket with pre-show BBQ and early entry (up to $48.30 value)
How the casual Blues Traveler fan knows the band: from their inescapable ’90s hits “Runaround” and “Hook”
How the devoted Blues Traveler fan knows the band: from their Dead-like improvisational skills and freewheeling live show
Surprising origin of their band name: the “Blues” comes from the musical genre and the “Traveler” comes from the Ghostbusters villain Gozer the Traveler
A nice present to give to frontman John Popper: a silver harmonica
Why?: The band just celebrated its 28th anniversary. And he’s afraid of werewolves.
What Popper likes better than coffee and tea: being able to enter a final plea
Attention, bootleggers: Blues Traveler encourages fans to record their shows, but don’t go trying to sell it
Attention, anti-bootleggers: Blues Traveler often record their shows and sell CDs of that very night’s performance