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Punch Brothers Launch Tour Ahead of New Album, "All Ashore"

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on July 12, 2018 - 9:00am
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Punch Brothers, whose new album, All Ashore, is out next Friday, July 20, kick off an extensive US summer tour at the Gaillard Center in Charleston, South Carolina. There are some forty shows to follow across the country through September, from Charlotte to Chicago, New Orleans to New York City, Buffalo to Boise to Boston to Baton Rouge. Watch the band perform "Three Dots and a Dash" from Live From Here here.

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Punch Brothers, whose new album, All Ashore, is out on CD and digitally next Friday, July 20, with the vinyl due September 7, kick off an extensive US summer tour at the Gaillard Center in Charleston, South Carolina. There are some forty shows to follow across the country through September, from Charlotte to Chicago, New Orleans to New York City, Buffalo to Boise to Boston to Baton Rouge. See below for all of the currently scheduled dates, including a European autumn tour; for all the latest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

All Ashore is available to pre-order now at iTunes, the Punch Brothers Store, and the Nonesuch Store, where the album tracks "It's All Part of the Plan" and "Three Dots and a Dash" may be downloaded instantly; pre-orders from the Nonesuch Store also include an exclusive, limited-edition print signed by the band.

Punch Brothers were on public radio's Live From Here hosted by Chris Thile twice last month, performing songs from All Ashore. After sharing videos of the band performing "It's All Part of the Plan" and "Like It's Going Out of Style" from the show's season finale at Tanglewood earlier this week, Live From Here has just posted "Three Dots and a Dash" from their Telluride Bluegrass Festival show, which you can watch here:

PUNCH BROTHERS ON TOUR

Jul 12 Gaillard Center Charleston, SC
Jul 13 Pisgah Brewing Co. Black Mountain, NC
Jul 14 The Tabernacle Atlanta, GA
Jul 15 Forecastle Festival Louisville, KY
Jul 17 Knight Theater Charlotte, NC
Jul 18 Maymount Richmond, VA
Jul 20 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN
Jul 21 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN
Jul 21 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN
Jul 22 Durham Performing Arts Center Durham, NC
Jul 23 Union Transfer Philadelphia, PA
Jul 25 House of Blues Boston, MA
Jul 26 Flynn Center for the Performing Arts Burlington, VT
Jul 27 State Theatre Portland, ME
Jul 28 Beacon Theatre New York, NY
     
Aug 8 Center for the Arts Buffalo, NY
Aug 9 Cain Park Cleveland Heights, OH
Aug 10 Royal Oak Music Theatre Royal Oak, MI
Aug 11 Palace Theatre St. Paul, MN
Aug 13 The Commonwealth Room Salt Lake City, UT
Aug 14 Egyptian Theatre Boise, ID
Aug 15 Bing Crosby Theater Spokane, WA
Aug 17 Kettlehouse Amphitheater^ Bonner, MT
Aug 18 Oregon Zoo Amphitheater^ Portland, OR
Aug 19 Woodland Park Zoo Amphitheatre^ Seattle, WA
Aug 21 Jackson Hall Davis, CA
Aug 22 Fox Theater Oakland, CA
Aug 23 Weill Hall Rohnert Park, CA
Aug 24 Theatre at Ace Hotel Los Angeles, CA
Aug 25 Observatory at North Park San Diego, CA
     
Sep 6 The Anthem Washington, DC
Sep 7 Symphony Center Chicago, IL
Sep 8 Touhill Performing Arts Center St. Louis, MO
Sep 9 Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Kansas City, MO
Sep 11 Manship Theatre Baton Rouge, LA
Sep 12 Civic Theatre New Orleans, LA
Sep 13 Bass Concert Hall Austin, TX
Sep 14 Majestic Theatre Dallas, TX
Sep 15 Tower Theatre Oklahoma City, OK
Sep 17 Red Rocks Amphitheatre* Morrison, CO
     
Nov 5 Pumpehuset Copenhagen, DENMARK
Nov 7 Konzerthaus Mozart Saal Vienna, AUSTRIA
Nov 8 Alhambra Geneva, SWITZERLAND
Nov 9 Neumünster Kirche Zürich, SWITZERLAND
Nov 11 Dashaus Ludwigshafen, GERMANY
Nov 12 THT / Paradiso Noord Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Nov 14 Philharmonie Luxembourg Luxembourg City, LUXEMBOURG
Nov 16 Barbican Centre London, UNITED KINGDOM
Nov 17 Le Trianon Paris, FRANCE
Nov 18 Elbphilharmonie (Großer Saal) Hamburg, GERMANY
     

^ w/Andrew Bird
* w/Gillian Welch

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