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    Punch Brothers Announce Fall Tour Dates
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    As noted yesterday in the Nonesuch Journal, Punch Brothers' latest Nonesuch album, Antifogmatic, was released on vinyl yesterday, while the band is out West in Big Sky Country, set to perform songs from the album at the Myrna Loy Center in Helena, Montana, tomorrow night, followed by sets at the Targhee Bluegrass Festival in Alta, Wyoming, and the Mile High Music Festival outside Denver this weekend. Already on the road for a month now, Punch Brothers have just announced their fall tour, adding several new dates throughout the South.

    "We are pleased to announce that our Fall 2010 Tour will be taking place this autumn," reports Noam Pikelny, the band's banjo player, via the newly redesigned punchbrothers.com. "We will play a number of headlining shows including stops in Austin (with the amazing Loudon Wainwright III), Denver, Nashville, Atlanta, and Birmingham. Most shows are now on-sale. People might be lining up outside of these venues already. There's just no way to tell for sure."

    Below are the currently scheduled tour dates. For more information and ticket links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour. To pick up a copy of Antifogmatic on vinyl, CD, and in a special deluxe edition on two CDs plus a live DVD, head to the Nonesuch Store.

    PUNCH BROTHERS ON TOUR

    Aug 12 Myrna Loy Center Helena, MT
    Aug 13 Targhee Bluegrass Festival Alta, WY
    Aug 15 Mile High Music Festival Commerce City, CO
    Aug 28 Rockwood Music Hall (Chris Thile solo) New York, NY
    Sep 4 moe.down Festival Mohawk, NY
    Sep 10 Bass Concert Hall, Univ. of Texas Austin, TX
    Sep 23 Pisgah Brewing Company Black Mountain, NC
    Sep 24 Theater at Lime Kiln Lexington, VA
    Sep 25 Watermelon Park Festival Berryville, VA
    Sep 27 Alberta Bair Theater Billings, MT
    Sep 28 Univ. of Wyoming (FREE) Laramie, WY
    Sep 30 Newman Center Denver, CO
    Oct 2 Lied Center Lawrence, KS
    Oct 7 Norton Center Danville, KY
    Oct 9 Vanderbilt Univ. Nashville, TN
    Oct 14 Kuumbwa Jazz Center Santa Cruz, CA
    Oct 15 Stanford Lively Arts Stanford, CA
    Oct 16 Dance Palace Point Reyes, CA
    Nov 3 Bijou Theatre Knoxville, TN
    Nov 5 Brevard College Brevard, NC
    Nov 11 Shippensburg Univ. Shippensburg, PA
    Nov 12 Strathmore Bethesda, MD
    Nov 14 Mountain Stage Charleston, WV
    Nov 17 Workplay Theater Birmingham, AL
    Nov 19 Variety Playhouse Atlanta, GA
    Nov 20 Germantown Perf. Arts Center Germantown, TN
    Nov 21 George's Majestic Fayetteville, AR
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Punch Brothers Announce Fall Tour Dates

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Punch Brothers' latest Nonesuch album, Antifogmatic, was just released on vinyl, while the band is out West performing songs from the album. Already on the road for a month now, Punch Brothers announce their fall tour, adding several new dates throughout the South. "Most shows are now on-sale," reports Noam Pikelny on the band's newly redesigned website. "People might be lining up outside of these venues already. There's just no way to tell for sure."

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As noted yesterday in the Nonesuch Journal, Punch Brothers' latest Nonesuch album, Antifogmatic, was released on vinyl yesterday, while the band is out West in Big Sky Country, set to perform songs from the album at the Myrna Loy Center in Helena, Montana, tomorrow night, followed by sets at the Targhee Bluegrass Festival in Alta, Wyoming, and the Mile High Music Festival outside Denver this weekend. Already on the road for a month now, Punch Brothers have just announced their fall tour, adding several new dates throughout the South.

"We are pleased to announce that our Fall 2010 Tour will be taking place this autumn," reports Noam Pikelny, the band's banjo player, via the newly redesigned punchbrothers.com. "We will play a number of headlining shows including stops in Austin (with the amazing Loudon Wainwright III), Denver, Nashville, Atlanta, and Birmingham. Most shows are now on-sale. People might be lining up outside of these venues already. There's just no way to tell for sure."

Below are the currently scheduled tour dates. For more information and ticket links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour. To pick up a copy of Antifogmatic on vinyl, CD, and in a special deluxe edition on two CDs plus a live DVD, head to the Nonesuch Store.

PUNCH BROTHERS ON TOUR

Aug 12 Myrna Loy Center Helena, MT
Aug 13 Targhee Bluegrass Festival Alta, WY
Aug 15 Mile High Music Festival Commerce City, CO
Aug 28 Rockwood Music Hall (Chris Thile solo) New York, NY
Sep 4 moe.down Festival Mohawk, NY
Sep 10 Bass Concert Hall, Univ. of Texas Austin, TX
Sep 23 Pisgah Brewing Company Black Mountain, NC
Sep 24 Theater at Lime Kiln Lexington, VA
Sep 25 Watermelon Park Festival Berryville, VA
Sep 27 Alberta Bair Theater Billings, MT
Sep 28 Univ. of Wyoming (FREE) Laramie, WY
Sep 30 Newman Center Denver, CO
Oct 2 Lied Center Lawrence, KS
Oct 7 Norton Center Danville, KY
Oct 9 Vanderbilt Univ. Nashville, TN
Oct 14 Kuumbwa Jazz Center Santa Cruz, CA
Oct 15 Stanford Lively Arts Stanford, CA
Oct 16 Dance Palace Point Reyes, CA
Nov 3 Bijou Theatre Knoxville, TN
Nov 5 Brevard College Brevard, NC
Nov 11 Shippensburg Univ. Shippensburg, PA
Nov 12 Strathmore Bethesda, MD
Nov 14 Mountain Stage Charleston, WV
Nov 17 Workplay Theater Birmingham, AL
Nov 19 Variety Playhouse Atlanta, GA
Nov 20 Germantown Perf. Arts Center Germantown, TN
Nov 21 George's Majestic Fayetteville, AR
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