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Dave Matthews Band Concert 2016 Tour Tickets Hartford Xfinity Theatre June 11, 2016

Dave Matthews Band Concert 2016 Tour Tickets Hartford Xfinity Theatre June 11, 2016


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DAVE MATTHEWS BAND 2016 TOUR CONCERT TICKETS

Dave Matthews Band TicketsXfinity Theatre
Hartford, CT
Saturday
6/11/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS

We have Dave Matthews Band concert tickets for all tour dates announced for the 2016 DMB Concert.

If you are a Dave Matthews Band fan you will not want to miss out on the opportunity to attend one of the concerts. The best seats may available(such as Fan Packages, front row seats, or VIP tickets when available) may sell out quickly so grab up your concert tickets early before all Tickets sellout. Special Guests may vary by concert if any are to appear.

We offer a wide assortment of tickets offered by each hosting venue. The assortment of concert tickets offered by each hosting venue differs. Depending on the venue this might include the best Presale Concert Tickets, Fan Packages, Vip Tickets, Field Concert Tickets, Upper & Lower Balcony Tickets, Orchestra Tickets, Pit Tickets, Loge Tickets, Mezzanine Tickets, Lawn & General Admission Concert Tickets, SandBar Tickets, Meet and Greet Tickets, and all premium seating options made available.

If made available by select venues we will also have Dave Matthews Band Meet & Greet Passes or Dave Matthews Band VIP Fan Packages.

We welcome the opportunity to help Dave Matthews Band fans looking for large group sales support.

You can view the current Dave Matthews Band schedule by using this link:

Updated Dave Matthews Band 2016 DMB Concert Schedule.

Please use the table below to view Dave Matthews Band concert tickets for the Dave Matthews Band concert you are interested in attending:

Dave Matthews Band 2016 DMB Concert Schedule:

Dave Matthews Band TicketsDarling\\\'s Waterfront Pavilion
Bangor, ME
Wednesday
6/8/2016
7:30 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsXfinity Center - MA
Mansfield, MA
Friday
6/10/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsXfinity Theatre
Hartford, CT
Saturday
6/11/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsVeterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
Virginia Beach, VA
Friday
6/17/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsJiffy Lube Live
Bristow, VA
Saturday
6/18/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsNikon at Jones Beach Theater
Wantagh, NY
Tuesday
6/21/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsLakeview Amphitheater
Syracuse, NY
Wednesday
6/22/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsBB&T Pavilion
Camden, NJ
Friday
6/24/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsBB&T Pavilion
Camden, NJ
Saturday
6/25/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsI Wireless Center
Moline, IL
Tuesday
6/28/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsProvidence Medical Center Amphitheater
Bonner Springs, KS
Wednesday
6/29/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsAlpine Valley Music Theatre
Elkhorn, WI
Friday
7/1/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsAlpine Valley Music Theatre
Elkhorn, WI
Saturday
7/2/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsNationwide Arena
Columbus, OH
Friday
7/8/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsFirst Niagara Pavilion
Burgettstown, PA
Saturday
7/9/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsBank of New Hampshire Pavilion At Meadowbrook
Gilford, NH
Tuesday
7/12/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsBank of New Hampshire Pavilion At Meadowbrook
Gilford, NH
Wednesday
7/13/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsSaratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY
Friday
7/15/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsSaratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY
Saturday
7/16/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsMolson Canadian Amphitheatre
Toronto, Canada
Tuesday
7/19/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsDTE Energy Music Theatre
Clarkston, MI
Wednesday
7/20/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsKlipsch Music Center
Noblesville, IN
Friday
7/22/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsKlipsch Music Center
Noblesville, IN
Saturday
7/23/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsNorth Charleston Coliseum
North Charleston, SC
Tuesday
7/26/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsMidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre At The Florida State Fairgrounds
Tampa, FL
Wednesday
7/27/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsPerfect Vodka Amphitheatre
West Palm Beach, FL
Friday
7/29/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsPerfect Vodka Amphitheatre
West Palm Beach, FL
Saturday
7/30/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsSleep Train Amphitheatre - Chula Vista
Chula Vista, CA
Friday
8/26/2016
8:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsGreek Theatre - U.C. Berkeley
Berkeley, CA
Monday
8/29/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsGreek Theatre - U.C. Berkeley
Berkeley, CA
Tuesday
8/30/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsGorge Amphitheatre
Quincy, WA
Thursday
9/1/2016
TBDVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsGorge Amphitheatre
Quincy, WA
Friday
9/2/2016
5:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsGorge Amphitheatre
Quincy, WA
Saturday
9/3/2016
5:00 PMVIEW
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Dave Matthews Band TicketsGorge Amphitheatre
Quincy, WA
Sunday
9/4/2016
5:00 PMVIEW
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charms, I have observed this lady to exercise a fascination over the elderly ticket-porter mind (particularly under the gateway, and in corners and entries), which I can only refer to her being one of the fraternity, yet not competing with it. All that need be said concerning this set of chambers is said, when I have added that it is in a large double house in Gray\\\'s Inn Square, very much out of repair, and that the outer portal is ornamented in a hideous manner with certain stone remains, which have the appearance of the dismembered bust, torso, and limbs of a petrified bencher. Indeed, I look upon Gray\\\'s Inn generally as one of the most depressing institutions in brick and mortar known to the children of men. Can anything be more dreary than its arid Square, Sahara Desert of the law, with the ugly old tile-topped tenements, the dirty windows, the bills To Let, To Let, the door-posts inscribed like gravestones, the crazy gateway giving upon the filthy Lane, the scowling iron-barred prison-like passage into Verulam Buildings, the mouldy red-nosed ticket porters with little coffin plates, and why with aprons, the dry hard atomy-like appearance of the whole dust-heap? When my uncommercial travels tend to this dismal spot, my comfort is its rickety state. Imagination gloats over the fulness of time when the stair-cases shall have quite tumbled down---they are daily wearing into an ill-savoured powder, but have not quite tumbled down yet---when the last old prolix bencher, all of the olden time, shall have been got out of all upper window by means of a Fire Ladder, and carried off to the Holborn Union; when the last clerk shall have engrossed the last parchment behind the last splash on the last of the mud-stained windows, which, all through the miry year, are pilloried out of recognition in Gray\\\'s Inn Lane. Then shall a squalid little trench, with rank grass and a pump in it, lying between the coffee-house and South Square, be wholly given up to cats and rats and not, as now, have its empire divided between those animals and a few briefless bipeds ---surely called to the Bar by voices of deceiving spirits, seeing that they are wanted there by no mortal---who glance down, with eyes better glazed than their casements, from their dreary and lack-lustre rooms. Then shall the way Nor\\\'-Westward, now lying under a short grim colonnade, where in summer-time pounce flies from law-stationering windows into the eyes of laymen, be choked with rubbish, and happily become impassable. Then shall the gardens where turf, trees, and gravel wear a legal livery of black, run rank, and pilgrims go to Gorhambury to see Bacon\\\'s effigy as he sat, and not come here (which in truth they seldom do) to see where he walked. Then, in a word, shall the old-established vendor of periodicals sit alone in his little crib of a shop behind the Holborn Gate, like that lumbering Marius among the ruins of Carthage, who has sat heavy on a thousand million of similes. At one period of my uncommercial career I much frequented another set of chambers in Gray\\\'s Inn Square. They were what is familiarly called ``a top set\\\'\\\' and all the eatables and drinkables introduced into them acquired a flavour of Cock-loft. I have known an unopened Strasbourg pt, fresh from Fortnum and Mason\\\'s, to draw in this cock-loft tone through its crockery dish, and become penetrated with cock-loft to the core of its inmost truffle in three-quarters of an hour. This, however, was not the most curious feature of those chambers; that consisted in the profound conviction entertained by my esteemed friend Parkle (their tenant) that they were clean. Whether it was an inborn hallucination, or whether it was imparted to him by Mrs. Miggot the laundress, I never could ascertain. But, I believe he would have gone to the stake upon the question. Now, they were so dirty that I could take off the distinctest impression of my figure on any article of furniture by merely lounging upon it for a few moments; and it used to be a private amusement of mine to print myself off---if I may use the expression---all over the rooms. It was the first large circulation I had. At other times I have accidentally shaken a window curtain while in animated conversation with Parkle, and struggling insects which were certainly red, and were certainly not ladybirds, have dropped on the back of my hand. Yet Parkle lived in that top set years, bound body and soul to the superstition that they were clean. He used to say, when congratulated upon them, ``Well, they are not like chambers in one respect, you know; they are clean.\\\'\\\' Concurrently, he had an idea which he could never explain, that Mrs. Miggot was in some way connected with the Church. When he was in particularly good spirits, he used to believe that a deceased uncle of hers had been a Dean; when he was poorly and low, he believed that her brother had been a Curate. I and Mrs. Miggot (she was a genteel woman) were on confidential terms, but I never knew her to commit herself to any distinct assertion on the subject; she merely claimed a proprietorship in the Church, by looking, when it was mentioned, as if the reference awakened the slumbering Past, and were personal. It may have been his amiable confidence in Mrs. Miggot\\\'s better days that inspired my friend with

 
 
 
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