The Lumineers announce 2023 tour dates

Band hits the road for a late summer trek

The Lumineers have announced an encore run of dates after last year’s massive Brightside World Tour. The shows, produced by Live Nation, will begin August 16th at Maine Savings Amphitheater in Bangor, ME and end at the historic Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA on September 15th. The run of shows features scenic outdoor amphitheater venues across the country. James Bay will be the opener for the tour. Additionally, the band will be headlining New Orleans Jazz Fest this spring, the Catbird Festival August 19th in Bethel, NY, and Jazz Aspen Snowmass September 1st in Aspen, CO.

Members of the band’s Brightside Tour Club will get exclusive first access to tickets before any other presale starting Monday, March 6th at 10 am local time. The Artist Presale begins Monday, March 6th at noon local time with the general on sale to follow on Friday, March 10th at 10 am local time.

VIP Packages are being offered at each show and a Travel Package for the Hollywood Bowl concert. All VIP and Travel Packages will go on sale on March 6th at 10 am local venue time.

The Lumineers and environmental nonprofit are continuing their partnership to reduce the environmental footprint of this year’s tour, empower fan action, and support local and national nonprofits. As part of their commitment to act on the climate crisis, the band will help fund a REVERB-vetted climate project portfolio that will measurably reduce greenhouse gas pollution and create additional benefits for people and the planet. Fans are encouraged to join the band’s efforts in the main concourse at every show in the REVERB Action Village.

The two-time Grammy nominated Lumineers are touring in support of their fourth album, 2022’s Brightside. The album was top ten in both the US and Canada and the title track reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Alternative National Airplay and Adult Alternative Airplay charts, the sixth time the band has topped the latter chart in less than 10 years. Last year’s tour saw more than 750,000 tickets sold across five continents, including two sold out stadium shows at Coors Field in Denver and Wrigley Field in Chicago.

The album was produced by longtime collaborator Simone Felice and produced, mixed, and engineered by David Baron over two sessions in winter and spring 2021 at Baron’s Sun Mountain Studios in bucolic Boiceville, NY, The nine-song collection sees The Lumineers’ co-founders/co-songwriters Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites performing virtually all of the instrumentation.

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