The War and Treaty announce headlining 2023 tour

Lover’s Game Tour visits 35 cities next year

Powerhouse vocal duo The War And Treaty have announced behind their headlining 2023 Lover’s Game Tour, launching March 19th in Oklahoma City, OK. After performing more than 100 shows internationally and stateside this year, the husband-and-wife duo will bring their voices to more than 35 cities this spring with stops in Los Angeles on March 26th and New York City on May 3rd, before closing out the leg in Nashville on May 13th.

Tickets for new headlining dates will be available this Friday, November 18th at 10 am local time and Hearts Town fan club members can access tickets early via pre-sale beginning Tuesday, November 15th at 10 am local time as a portion of ticket sales will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association and Vet Tix.

“The shows this year have felt more like a family reunion,” Michael Trotter Jr. states. “You know how it is….some family you’ve known for a while and then you meet other family members you don’t know…but their vibe is so on point with yours that it’s more filling than the barbecue on the grill. We know next year’s tour is going to feel just like that so we just need to bring the right meats for the grill…the right beer for the cooler…and play the right songs!”

The new dates behind the trek follow their debut CMA Awards performance, which captured the attention of millions, including our own Matt Bailey. A few nights later, he witnessed the pair transcend “the performance from a concert to something of a religious experience” live in DC.

Additionally, the band surprised fans last week with the release of their Blank Page EP which precedes their debut album dropping in 2023.

The War And Treaty 2023 Lover’s Game Tour Dates:

Mar 19 – Oklahoma City, OK
Mar 21 – Phoenix, AZ
Mar 23 – Solana Beach, CA
Mar 24 – Santa Ana, CA
Mar 25 – Pioneertown, CA
Mar 26 – Los Angeles, CA
Mar 28 – San Francisco, CA
Mar 30 – Portland, OR
Mar 31 – Seattle, WA
Apr 1 – Vancouver, BC
Apr 3 – Bozeman, MT
Apr 5 – Salt Lake City, UT
Apr 7 – Denver, CO
Apr 13 – Louisville, KY
Apr 14 – St. Louis, MO
Apr 15 – Davenport, IA
Apr 16 – Minneapolis, MN
Apr 19 – Chicago, IL
Apr 20 – Grand Rapids, MI
Apr 21 – Detroit, MI
Apr 22 – Columbus, OH
Apr 23 – Cleveland, OH
Apr 25 – Buffalo, NY
Apr 26 – Toronto, ON
Apr 28 – South Burlington, VT
Apr 29 – Brownfield, ME
Apr 30 – Rockland, ME
May 2 – Hamden, CT
May 3 – New York, NY
May 5 – Ardmore, PA
May 6 – Washington, DC
May 9 – Charlotte, NC
May 10 – Durham, NC
May 11 – Knoxville, TN
May 13 – Nashville,TN

Buddy Iahn
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