The String Cheese Incident will return to Denver’s Mission Ballroom for another run of Thanksgiving concerts, the band announced on Tuesday. The Thanksgiving “Incidents” will take place on November 24th, 26th, and 27th.
Tickets for The String Cheese Incident Thanksgiving run at Mission Ballroom go on sale on Friday at 10 a.m. MT via the band’s website. There will be no pre-sale or lottery for these concerts. In accordance with AEG Presents‘ nationwide policy beginning on October 1st, all patrons and venue staff will be required to present full proof of COVID-19 vaccination to gain entry to the shows.
Along with the Thanksgiving concerts, The String Cheese Incident has announced the first-ever vinyl pressing of Untying The Not. The band’s landmark 2003 double LP will be available in gold, limited edition 180 gram vinyl—featuring two bonus tracks—alongside a new Alex Gray poster, with a limited amount of signed/numbered prints available. Vinyl copies of Untying The Not are available here for pre-order and, per the band’s website, are expected to ship in late 2021 or early 2022.
Following a successful run of shows across Colorado in July and two nights at Berkley, CA’s Greek Theatre, Cheese was forced off the road due to a positive COVID test within the band. After canceling shows in Kentucky and Ohio, the band also elected to reschedule concerts in Virginia and North Carolina out of an abundance of caution, followed by more cancellations in Missouri and the group’s headlining slot at Backwoods At Mulberry Mountain which was ultimately filled by The Disco Biscuits.
SCI is slated to return to the stage on October 28th as the band hosts its annual Suwannee Hulaween festival in Live Oak, FL. For tickets and a full list of The String Cheese Incident tour dates visit the band’s website.