Punch Brothers Announce Fall Tour; Pre-Sale Live Now

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Punch Brothers have announced the first leg of their Who's Feeling Young Now? fall tour. The band has added a number of new East Coast dates in addition to the previously announced appearance at the Austin City Limits Music Festival on October 13. Punch Brothers kick things off north of the border with two Canadian dates—Montreal on September 27 and Toronto on September 28—followed by shows in New York, North Carolina, New Orleans, Georgia, and more. A limited pre-sale for most dates is underway.

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Punch Brothers have announced the first leg of their Who's Feeling Young Now? fall tour, featuring music from their latest album of the same name, released earlier this year on Nonesuch Records. The band has added a number of new East Coast dates in addition to the previously announced appearance at the Austin City Limits Music Festival on October 13. Punch Brothers kick things off north of the border with two Canadian dates—Montreal on September 27 and Toronto on September 28—followed by shows in New York, North Carolina, New Orleans, Georgia, and more. A limited pre-sale for most dates is underway at punchbrothers.com. Check out the full list of dates below and head to nonesuch.com/on-tour for additional details.

If you missed the band's recent performance at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, there's some great footage from their set—performances of "New York City," "Movement and Location," "Patchwork Girlfriend," and "Rye Whiskey"—here.

The band heads to Colorado tomorrow for its annual trip to the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, as well as a show with Wilco at Red Rocks this Friday, June 22. While Telluride is sold out, limited tickets are still available for the Red Rocks show here. In addition to the festival set at Telluride, Punch Brothers will play a sold-out NightGrass set at the Sheridan Opera House on the evening of June 24.

For fans outside of North America, Punch Brothers will be headed across both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans this summer. The band will be in Europe in July for several festivals (including Hard Rock Calling in London on July 15) and a pair of headlining dates in Paris and Dublin. They head to Australia in August for a few dates as well, including a headline stop at The Basement in Sydney on August 8.

Also in the weeks ahead, Punch Brothers' Chris Thile will play three shows with guitarist Michael Daves. The two will perform music from their debut duo album, Sleep with One Eye Open, released on Nonesuch last year. Punch Brothers banjoist Noam Pikelny has his own tour dates in July with the band's guitarist, Chris Eldridge, and vocalist Aoife O'Donovan, featuring music from Pikelny's own solo album, Beat the Devil and Carry a Rail.

ON TOUR

Chris Thile & Michael Daves

Jun 28 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN
Jul 19 Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival Oak Hill, NY
Jul 27 RockyGrass Lyons, CO
     

Noam Pikelny & Friends

Jul 2 Maxwell's Hoboken, NJ
Jul 3 StageOne Fairfield, CT
Jul 4 Madison Square Park New York, NY
Jul 19 Club Helsinki Hudson, NY
Jul 20 Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival Oak Hill, NY
Jul 27 RockyGrass Lyons, CO
     

Punch Brothers

Jun 22 Red Rocks* Morrison, CO
Jun 24 Telluride Bluegrass Festival Telluride, CO
Jun 24 Nightgrass at Sheridan Opera House Telluride, CO
Jun 29 ROMP: Bluegrass Roots & Branches Festival Owensboro, KY

Jul 6 Roskilde Festival Roskilde, DENMARK
Jul 7 KNUST Hamburg, GERMANY
Jul 8 North Sea Jazz Festival Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS
Jul 10 La Flèche d'Or Paris, FRANCE
Jul 13 Latitude Festival Southwold, UK
Jul 14 Larmer Tree Festival Salisbury, UK
Jul 15 Hard Rock Calling London, UK
Jul 17 Whelan's Dublin, IRELAND

Jul 20 Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival Oak Hill, NY
Jul 21 Master Musicians Festival Somerset, KY
Jul 27 RockyGrass Lyons, CO
Jul 28 FloydFest Floyd, VA
Jul 29 Newport Folk Festival Newport, RI

Aug 6 Elisabeth Murdoch Hall Southbank, AUSTRALIA
Aug 8 The Basement Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Aug 10 Adelaide International Guitar Festival Adelaide, AUSTRALIA

Aug 16 Big Top Chautauqua Bayfield, WI
Aug 17 Milwaukee Irish Fest Milwaukee, WI
Aug 18 Madison Theater Covington, KY

Sep 27 Théâtre Corona Montreal, QC
Sep 28 Phoenix Concert Theatre Toronto, ON
Sep 29 State Theatre Ithaca, NY
Sep 30 The Egg Albany, NY
Oct 2 The Music Hall Portsmouth, NH
Oct 3 Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel Providence, RI
Oct 7 The Paramount Huntington, NY
Oct 8 The Kent Stage Kent, OH
Oct 9 The Blue Note Columbia, MO
Oct 11 Harvest Music Festival Ozark, AR
Oct 13 ACL Music Festival Austin, TX
Oct 14 The Paris at House of Blues New Orleans, LA
Oct 16 Memorial Hall Chapel Hill, NC
Oct 17 The Orange Peel Asheville, NC
Oct 18 Georgia Theatre Athens, GA

Nov 24 Chan Centre for the Performing Arts Vancouver, BC
Nov 27 Laxon Auditorium Chico, CA
Dec 1 The Luckman Arts Complex Los Angeles, CA
Feb 1 Mountain Song at Sea Miami, FL

* supporting Wilco

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Punch Brothers 2012 by Danny Clinch
  • Tuesday, June 19, 2012
    Punch Brothers Announce Fall Tour; Pre-Sale Live Now
    Danny Clinch

    Punch Brothers have announced the first leg of their Who's Feeling Young Now? fall tour, featuring music from their latest album of the same name, released earlier this year on Nonesuch Records. The band has added a number of new East Coast dates in addition to the previously announced appearance at the Austin City Limits Music Festival on October 13. Punch Brothers kick things off north of the border with two Canadian dates—Montreal on September 27 and Toronto on September 28—followed by shows in New York, North Carolina, New Orleans, Georgia, and more. A limited pre-sale for most dates is underway at punchbrothers.com. Check out the full list of dates below and head to nonesuch.com/on-tour for additional details.

    If you missed the band's recent performance at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, there's some great footage from their set—performances of "New York City," "Movement and Location," "Patchwork Girlfriend," and "Rye Whiskey"—here.

    The band heads to Colorado tomorrow for its annual trip to the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, as well as a show with Wilco at Red Rocks this Friday, June 22. While Telluride is sold out, limited tickets are still available for the Red Rocks show here. In addition to the festival set at Telluride, Punch Brothers will play a sold-out NightGrass set at the Sheridan Opera House on the evening of June 24.

    For fans outside of North America, Punch Brothers will be headed across both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans this summer. The band will be in Europe in July for several festivals (including Hard Rock Calling in London on July 15) and a pair of headlining dates in Paris and Dublin. They head to Australia in August for a few dates as well, including a headline stop at The Basement in Sydney on August 8.

    Also in the weeks ahead, Punch Brothers' Chris Thile will play three shows with guitarist Michael Daves. The two will perform music from their debut duo album, Sleep with One Eye Open, released on Nonesuch last year. Punch Brothers banjoist Noam Pikelny has his own tour dates in July with the band's guitarist, Chris Eldridge, and vocalist Aoife O'Donovan, featuring music from Pikelny's own solo album, Beat the Devil and Carry a Rail.

    ON TOUR

    Chris Thile & Michael Daves

    Jun 28 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN
    Jul 19 Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival Oak Hill, NY
    Jul 27 RockyGrass Lyons, CO
         

    Noam Pikelny & Friends

    Jul 2 Maxwell's Hoboken, NJ
    Jul 3 StageOne Fairfield, CT
    Jul 4 Madison Square Park New York, NY
    Jul 19 Club Helsinki Hudson, NY
    Jul 20 Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival Oak Hill, NY
    Jul 27 RockyGrass Lyons, CO
         

    Punch Brothers

    Jun 22 Red Rocks* Morrison, CO
    Jun 24 Telluride Bluegrass Festival Telluride, CO
    Jun 24 Nightgrass at Sheridan Opera House Telluride, CO
    Jun 29 ROMP: Bluegrass Roots & Branches Festival Owensboro, KY

    Jul 6 Roskilde Festival Roskilde, DENMARK
    Jul 7 KNUST Hamburg, GERMANY
    Jul 8 North Sea Jazz Festival Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS
    Jul 10 La Flèche d'Or Paris, FRANCE
    Jul 13 Latitude Festival Southwold, UK
    Jul 14 Larmer Tree Festival Salisbury, UK
    Jul 15 Hard Rock Calling London, UK
    Jul 17 Whelan's Dublin, IRELAND

    Jul 20 Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival Oak Hill, NY
    Jul 21 Master Musicians Festival Somerset, KY
    Jul 27 RockyGrass Lyons, CO
    Jul 28 FloydFest Floyd, VA
    Jul 29 Newport Folk Festival Newport, RI

    Aug 6 Elisabeth Murdoch Hall Southbank, AUSTRALIA
    Aug 8 The Basement Sydney, AUSTRALIA
    Aug 10 Adelaide International Guitar Festival Adelaide, AUSTRALIA

    Aug 16 Big Top Chautauqua Bayfield, WI
    Aug 17 Milwaukee Irish Fest Milwaukee, WI
    Aug 18 Madison Theater Covington, KY

    Sep 27 Théâtre Corona Montreal, QC
    Sep 28 Phoenix Concert Theatre Toronto, ON
    Sep 29 State Theatre Ithaca, NY
    Sep 30 The Egg Albany, NY
    Oct 2 The Music Hall Portsmouth, NH
    Oct 3 Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel Providence, RI
    Oct 7 The Paramount Huntington, NY
    Oct 8 The Kent Stage Kent, OH
    Oct 9 The Blue Note Columbia, MO
    Oct 11 Harvest Music Festival Ozark, AR
    Oct 13 ACL Music Festival Austin, TX
    Oct 14 The Paris at House of Blues New Orleans, LA
    Oct 16 Memorial Hall Chapel Hill, NC
    Oct 17 The Orange Peel Asheville, NC
    Oct 18 Georgia Theatre Athens, GA

    Nov 24 Chan Centre for the Performing Arts Vancouver, BC
    Nov 27 Laxon Auditorium Chico, CA
    Dec 1 The Luckman Arts Complex Los Angeles, CA
    Feb 1 Mountain Song at Sea Miami, FL

    * supporting Wilco

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