We Also Have Eras Tour

“We Also Have Eras” is a big chronological journey through our music, with theatrical skits, costume changes, Guster rarities, and many moments in between.

Lost and Gone Forever
25 Anniversary
Full Album Shows!

Hear the album live in Denver, Nashville and Portland, ME.

Guster once (intentionally) dropped a couch off of their college apartment balcony.
Titles considered for Lost &Gone Forever included (jokingly) The Ides of Guster, When Guster Attacks, Senior Week and Book on Tape.
Guster is from Massachusetts.
Their song “Window” was used in a weather channel advertisement.
Luke worked on Sarah Jarosz’s album “Undercurrent” which won a Grammy in 2017.
The ultimate prize back in “rep” days was autographed jar of raspberry marshmallow fluff.
Brian was once trapped inside a public toilet in Paris on their 2015 European tour.
Guster filmed the video for “Do You Love Me” at Gordon College.
If you listen closely in “Getting Even” you can hear Brian talking in the background.
Page McConnell of Phish plays theremin on “All The Way up to Heaven” off of Lost & Gone Forever.


Lost and Gone Forever 25th Anniversary Shows

Hard to believe it’s been 25 years since this one came out!

We’re playing three (3) full album shows this year to celebrate Lost & Gone Forever- and I must say we’ve spaced them out quite well geographically. Denver! Maine! Nashville!

The Colorado Symphony will join us at Red Rocks Amphitheatre again this time and that makes Guster happy.

So let this serve as your Save The Date. Put it on your summer calendar and stand by for ticketing info etc.

2024 is shaping up to be a big year for us and we are thrilled about it!

Red Rocks is sold out (you guys are quick) but sign up to get Lost and Gone Forever show updates in Nashville and Portland, ME.

Announcing our own Eras Tour – March 2024

This March we’re bringing a different kind of show on the road. We’re gonna tell the story of 30+ years of Guster with a theatrical concert that goes album by album, beginning with Parachute (1994) and ending with our new album (coming in 2024). 

This kind of show will push us creatively while walking you through Guster’s considerable musical evolution from college to, umm middle age. It’s probably gonna be pretty funny too, as things are whenever we try “acting.” This is a tour that the Guster completist will not want to miss. It’s going to be longer than your average Guster concert too, so these shows will be an “evening with Guster,” meaning that there’s no opening act (except in Brooklyn & Boston, where Eric Johnson from the Fruit Bats will join us!).

The tour runs throughout March, starting on March 7th, with several stops along the way so check it out at the dates further down the page.

Tickets are on sale now!

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