Hop on the San Francisco Party Bus for a Round Trip Ride from San Francisco to Shoreline Amphitheater to see Dave Matthews Band!
-Board a round-trip party bus to Shoreline Amphitheater
-Easy Drop Off/Pick Location To/From the Show
-Arrive home safely and in style
Pick up at JAXSON (3231 Fillmore Street) at 6PM
Bus will depart from Shoreline Amphitheater 30 minutes after the show ends
-Price includes round-trip bus ride from The Marina to the show
-Tickets to the Dave Matthews Concert are not included
-Depending on capacity, may be a bus or van
VIP Bus Transport to Shoreline Amphitheater
About Dave Matthews Band
The Dave Matthews Band, often abbreviated as DMB, is an American rock band formed in Charlottesville, Virginia in 1991. The band’s founding members include singer-songwriter and guitarist Dave Matthews, bassist Stefan Lessard, drummer and backing vocalist Carter Beauford, and saxophonist LeRoi Moore. Violinist Boyd Tinsley joined shortly after the band was formed, and trumpet player Rashawn Ross has been a full-time member since 2008. Tim Reynolds, a longtime collaborator with Dave Matthews, has been a full-time member of the band on lead guitar since 2008.
Dave Matthews Band is known for its fusion of distinct musical genres, blending elements of rock, jazz, folk, pop, and world music. They are especially recognized for their improvisational live performances that often deviate from their studio recordings. The band is also known for frequent touring, and they have sold more concert tickets than any other act in North America in the 2000s.
Their first major studio album, “Under the Table and Dreaming,” released in 1994, brought the band nationwide attention and included the hit single “What Would You Say.” Their 1996 follow-up, “Crash,” won a Grammy for the single “So Much to Say.”
The band’s committed fan base, combined with their relentless touring and fusion of various musical styles, have contributed to their longevity and influence in the music industry. Dave Matthews Band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2020, a testament to their enduring popularity and impact. As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, they continue to record music and tour regularly.