Stay tuned for more news from Umphrey’s McGee about their two additional show announcements for the fall. Cummins also explained that while the group is focused on solidifying their fall tour plans, the band plans to announce their plans for New Year’s Eve in the not-so-distant future. In the same thread, Cummins also noted that the band will not be performing a Halloween run this year, marking the first time Umphrey’s McGee has forgone their Halloween tradition in years. Last year, the band celebrated Halloween at The Pageant in St. Louis, performing a Prince-themed extravaganza that saw the band dressed as The Purple One from six distinct eras. As for 2018, when pressed, Cummins elaborated on why the band was foregoing their Halloween tradition. He explained: For more information and tickets for Umphrey’s McGee’s upcoming shows, head here. Following Umphrey’s McGee’s highly anticipated three-night run at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in early July, keyboardist Joel Cummins took to Twitter to talk about the band’s fall plans. Umphrey’s McGee’s extensive tour schedule will continue throughout the summer and into the fall, with stops at music festivals like The Peach, Werk Out, Major Rager St. Louis, LOCKN’, and The Big Weekend, in addition to dozens of headlining shows at theaters across the country. In the thread, Cummins noted that the band will announce two more shows before their two-night run at St. Paul, Minnesota’s Palace Theatre on October 19th and 20th. After a fan speculated, he confirmed that radius clauses were preventing the band from announcing the soon-to-be-announced shows.