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Lake Street Dive Launches US Tour

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on June 5, 2019 - 10:00am
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Lake Street Dive kicks off a months-long spring and summer tour of the US in Ponte Vedra, Florida, tonight. The tour continues with double bills with The Wood Brothers, supporting spots with The Avett Brothers, and headline shows across the country, some with Yola as special guest. The band released a wiidope remix of "I Can Change," a song from their album Free Yourself Up, as a thank-you to fans helping to raise funds for the organization SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW. 

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Lake Street Dive kicks off a months-long spring and summer tour of the United States at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall in Florida this evening. The tour continues with several double bills with The Wood Brothers, supporting spots with The Avett Brothers, and headline shows across the country, some with Yola as special guest. See below for details and tickets; for all the latest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

The band released a remix of "I Can Change," a song from their latest album, Free Yourself Up, last week as a thank-you to fans helping to raise funds for the organization SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW. The remix by wiidope—the production team of Carl McGrier (who attended New England Conservatory with the band) and Kofi Agyei—can be heard on Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon now.

To pick up a copy of Free Yourself Up, head to your local record store, iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout. You can also listen to the album on Spotify and Apple Music.

LAKE STREET DIVE ON TOUR

Jun 5 Ponte Vedra Concert Hall Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
Jun 7 Red Hat Pavilion* Raleigh, NC
Jun 8 Filene Center, Wolf Trap* Vienna, VA
Jun 9 LaureLive Cleveland, OH
Jun 11 Royal Oak Theatre* Royal Oak, MI
Jun 12 Meijer Gardens* (Sold Out) Grand Rapids, MI
Jun 13 Ravinia Pavilion* Highland Park, IL
Jun 15 Fraze Pavilion* Kettering, OH
Jun 16 Big Grove Brewery (Sold Out) Iowa City, IA
Jun 18 Gillioz Theatre Springfield, MO
Jun 20 Palm Theatre Telluride, CO
Jun 21 Telluride Bluegrass Festival Telluride, CO
Jun 25 Brenton Skating Plaza Des Moines, IA
Jun 26 Big Top Chautauqua Bay Field, WI
Jun 28 The Palace Theatre Minneapolis, MN
Jun 29 The Palace Theatre Minneaplis, MN
Jun 30 Summerfest Milwaukee, WI
Jul 2 Wave Wichita, KS
Jul 3 Providence Medical Center Amphitheater^ Bonner Springs, KS
Jul 5 Kit Carson State Park Taos, NM
Jul 6 Belly Up Aspen Aspen, CO
Jul 7 Red Rocks Amphitheatre^ (Sold Out) Morrison, CO
Jul 9 Usana Amphitheatre^ West Valley City, UT
     
Jul 25 Lake Champlain Maritime Festival* Burlington, VT
Jul 26 Beak and Skiff Apple Orchards* Lafayette, NY
Jul 28 Newport Folk Festival (Sold Out) Newport, RI
Jul 30 Stage AE** Pittsburgh, PA
Jul 31 Manchester Music Hall** Lexington, KY
Aug 1 The Pagaent** St. Louis, MO
Aug 3 Dillon Amphitheater** Dillon, CO
Aug 4 Mishawaka Amphitheatre (Sold Out) Bellevue, CO
Aug 5 Jackson Center for the Arts** Jackson, WY
Aug 7 Egyptian Theatre** Boise, ID
Aug 8 The Festival at Sandpoint Sandpoint, ID
Aug 10 Gorge Amphitheatre^ Quincy, WA
Aug 11 L.B. Day Amphitheater^ Salem, OR
Aug 13 Les Schwab Amphitheater^ Bend, OR
Aug 14 Montbleu Casino Stateline, NV
Aug 16 Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley^ Berkeley, CA
Aug 17 Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley^ (Sold Out) Berkeley, CA
Aug 18 Vina Robles Amphitheatre^ (Sold Out) Paso Robles, CA
Aug 20 Comerica Theatre^ Phoenix, AZ
Aug 22 Greek Theatre^ Los Angeles, CA
Aug 23 San Diego Civic Theatre^ San Diego, CA
Aug 24 Santa Barbara Bowl^ (Sold Out) Santa Barbara, CA
     
Oct 6 The Palace Theatre Albany, NY
Oct 10 Harvester Performance Center Rocky Mount, VA
Oct 11 The National Richmond, VA
Oct 12 The National Richmond, VA
Oct 13 Greenfield Lake Amphitheater Wilmington, NC
Oct 15 Sunoco Performance Theater, Whitaker Center Harrisburg, PA
Oct 17 Danforth Music Hall Toronto, ON
Oct 18 Asbury Hall Buffalo, NY
     

* with The Wood Brothers
^ with The Avett Brothers
** with special guest Yola

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Lake Street Dive 2019b by Shervin Lainez

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