Punch Brothers and Molly Tuttle are at Sacred Rose festival outside Chicago ... Punch Brothers are also in Wisconsin, and Tuttle is in Chicago ... Emmylou Harris and Wilco are in Martha's Vineyard ... Harris is also at Wolf Trap, while Wilco is in New Haven ... The Black Keys are in Georgia and Alabama ... Hurray for the Riff Raff launches EU/UK tour in Turin and London ...
Punch Brothers help kick off the Sacred Rose festival in Bridgeview, IL, outside Chicago, with a set of songs from their new album, Hell on Church Street, and more on the Canopy stage at Seatgeek Stadium Campus tonight, just before Phil Lesh and Friends take the stage. The band then heads to Bayfield, Wisconsin, to perform at the Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua on Saturday.
Molly Tuttle is also at Sacred Rose, playing the festival’s closing day with The Infamous Stringdusters on the Dreamfield stage on Sunday afternoon. Tuttle will have just come from Chicago, where she takes part in the Fretboard Summit at the Old Town School of Folk Music on Saturday.
Harris will have just performed on a double bill with Mary Chapin Carpenter at the Filene Center at Wolf Trap in Vienna, VA, on Saturday, while Wilco will have performed at the Westville Music Bowl in New Haven that night.
The Black Keys, who just kicked off the second leg of their Dropout Boogie tour, are in the South this weekend with shows at Ameris Bank Pavilion in Alpharetta, GA, on Saturday, and Orion Amphitheater in Huntsville, AL, on Sunday.
Hurray for the Riff Raff plays a set of songs from their new album, LIFE ON EARTH, at Spazio211 in Turin, Italy, today as part of Todays Festival, then heads to the UK, kicking off a two-week tour with a set at the All Points East festival in London’s Victoria Park on Sunday.