Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs expanded their 2022 tour dates to include a run of headlining shows as well as dates opening for The Who in the fall. The new dates get underway in late August and wrap up in early November.
Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs are touring around their 2022 album, External Combustion. The band kicks off the new dates with a headlining show in Toronto on August 28. The former Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers guitarist will then hit Detroit (August 30) and Cleveland (September 1) ahead of a slot at the All In Music & Arts Festival in Indianapolis on September 3.
Two Pennsylvania stops in the Pittsburgh area (September 4) and Harrisburg on September 7 follow. The band then heads to New York State with engagements in Huntington (September 9) and Albany (September 11) before heading to Wilmington, Delaware on September 13. Campbell and company return to New York with a concert at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester on September 16.
Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs then make a run through the South beginning with a festival slot in Louisville, Kentucky on September 18. Additional southern stops include Winston-Salem, North Carolina (September 20); Richmond, Virginia (September 21) and Atlanta on September 23.