The Doobie Brothers will now be 52 when they celebrate their 50th anniversary. The band planned a huge tour, including Michael McDonald in 2000. With the pandemic that tour has been postponed, rescheduled and now rescheduled again. If you want to celebrate their anniversary at Saratoga Performing Arts Center you will need to wait until June 16, 2022.

Just last month SPAC announced their official Summer Concert line-up, including an August 10th show by the Doobies but the Saratoga show isn't the only one rescheduled. Here are the New York shows rescheduled to 2022:

  • SPAC - June 16, 2022
  • Darien Center - June 18, 2022
  • Syracuse - June 19, 2022
  • Jones Beach - June 21, 2022
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This is the current Summer schedule for SPAC:

Chicago - Sunday July 18th - This show was supposed to happen last July. Luckily it is scheduled to take place this July! One other change is that support performer, Rick Springfield will not be at this show.

The Black Crowes - Thursday July 22nd - Shake Your Money Maker - Chris and Rich Robinson are back together fronting The Black Crowes and celebrating their debut album, Shake Your Money Maker. The plan is to perform the album in it's entirety as well as other hits.

Rod Stewart - Saturday July 31st - Not many artists have as many hits as Rod Stewart. Here is a chance to hear them performed live and maybe catch a soccer ball.

Matchbox Twenty - Friday September 3rd - Rob Thomas and the band return to Saratoga with this rescheduled show.

Alanis Morissette - Sunday September 5th - With special guests Garbage. Celebrating 25 years of Jagged Little Pill.

Dave Matthews Band - Friday September 17
Dave Matthews Band - Saturday September 18th

 All concertgoers are required to test negative for Covid-19 or show proof of vaccination, as well as wear masks and practice social distancing.

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