The wildly popular jam-band told fans on it's website Friday that the members have decided to take a break after this summer's tour.
"As we feel the excitement building for this summer, we wanted to let everyone know that after twenty years of consecutive touring, Dave Matthews Band will be taking 2011 off," the band said in a statement. "We feel lucky that our tours are a part of so many people's lives, and wanted to give everyone as much notice as possible. We're excited to make this summer one of our best tours yet, and look forward to returning to the road in 2012."
Dave Matthews Band has become one of the most popular music acts of its time with hits from "Tripping Billies", "Crash Into Me" and "Ants Marching", to fan favorites such as "Dancing Nancies" and "Rapunzel".
The group released its latest work "Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King" last year, shortly after the death of founding band member LeRoi Moore.
They consistently sell-out their 2-day yearly stops in Hartford. Dave Matthews Band plays the Comcast Theater May 28 and May 29. There are limited tickets available for the first show, but Saturday May 29 is sold out.