first_imgAs Spafford stormed through the Midwest this past fall, fans were treated to high energy performances filled with exciting improvisational excursions. The band was firing on all cylinders as they made their heavily anticipated first stop in Milwaukee, WI at The Mirarmar Theatre.  Fans were treated to a performance packed with jams, some very well placed covers, and a particularly unique setlist.Fortunately, the band has delivered a pro-shot video of one of the major highlights. The band took one of their powerhouse jam vehicles, “Walls”, and paired it with a classic jazz standard “Made For Wesley” to form a beautiful jam sandwich in the first set.Enjoy the 20 plus minute throwdown in the form of “Walls > Made for Wesley > Walls” below!Up next for the band is two big nights in New York, NY, playing on December 30th and 31st at American Beauty alongside The Magic Beans for some Phish after parties. They’ll then hit the road alongside Umphrey’s McGee, with headlining dates of their own as well. The full tour schedule can be seen below, and tickets and more information can be found on the band’s website.Spafford Upcoming Tour DatesDecember 30-31: American Beauty – New York, NY w/ The Magic BeansJanuary 20-21: The National – Richmond, VA w/ Umphrey’s McGeeJanuary 24: Milkboy Philly – Philadelphia, PAJanuary 25: The Wonder Bar – Asbury Park, NJJanuary 26: College St. Music Hall – New Haven, CT w/ Umphrey’s McGeeJanuary 27: State Theatre – Portland, ME w/ Umphrey’s McGeeJanuary 28: Palace Theatre – Albany, NY w/ Umphrey’s McGeeJanuary 29: Anthology – Rochester, NY w/ Umphrey’s McGeeFebruary 1: Buffalo Iron Works – Buffalo, NYFebruary 2: 20 Monroe Live – Grand Rapids, MI w/ Umphrey’s McGeeFebruary 3-4: The Fillmore Detroit – Detroit, MI w/ Umphrey’s McGeeMarch 10: Montbleu Theater – Stateline, NV w/ Umphrey’s McGeeMarch 11: Fox Theater – Oakland, CA w/ Umphrey’s McGeeMarch 16: Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ w/ Umphrey’s McGeeMarch 17: Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas – Las Vegas, NV w/ Umphrey’s McGeeMarch 18: The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA w/ Umphrey’s McGeeMarch 19: The Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA w/ Umphrey’s McGeeJune 22-25: Electric Forest Weekend One – Rothbury, MIJune 29-July 2: Electric Forest Weekend Two – Rothbury, MIlast_img

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