CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A hometown music legend is returning to his roots this November for a pair of performances.

Dave Matthews Band has announced plans for a tour on the East Coast this fall.

According to a release, the tour will kick off Nov. 7 in Savannah, Georgia, then head to Greenville, South Carolina, before coming to John Paul Jones Arena.

The band will be performing at JPJ on Nov. 10 and 11, and a portion of the proceeds from these shows will benefit the band’s ongoing commitment to resident-led redevelopment of public housing in Charlottesville.

According to a release, this contribution will be in addition to the $5 million that Bama Works, Dave Matthews Band and Red Light Management have already committed to such work.

After the Charlottesville performances, the band continues north to Uncasville, Connecticut, and then Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Additionally, fans who purchase tickets to any of the shows on this tour have the option to add a $2 donation that will go to the Nature Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees campaign, which has a goal of planting a billion trees around the world by 2025.

This is an ongoing partnership between the Nature Conservancy and Dave Matthews Band, which has already planted three million trees since 2020.

The release says this year’s continuation of that partnership, including the fall tour, aims to bring the total to four million trees.

After the Madison Square Garden performances, Dave Matthews Band will be headed to South Africa.

Tickets for the fall tour go on sale to the general public on Sept. 15. Members of the DMB Warehouse Fan Association can buy tickets now.

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