The alt-bluegrass quintet, Trampled by Turtles will head out on a 40-plus date tour this fall. The coast to coast run is highlighted by shows at New York City’s 92Y Tribeca, Minneapolis’ legendary rock club First Avenue, and multiple concluding dates in the Colorado area.

The band’s newest album, Duluth, shot up to number eight on the Billboard Bluegrass Heatseakers Chart in 2008. Through a combination of punk-influenced barn-burners and Townes Van Zandt-esque ballads, Trampled By Turtles hopes to bridge the gap between all fanbases this Fall.

Below is the band’s upcoming tourdates. A few additional shows will be confirmed in the coming weeks.

August 30 Missoula, MT—River City Roots Festival
August 31 Salt Lake City, UT—Urban Lounge September 4 Spokane, WA—Pig Out in the Park
September 5 & 6 Chilliwack, BC—Chilliwack Bluegrass Festival
September 9 Minot, ND—Oak Park Theater
September 10 Winnipeg, MB—West End Cultural Centre
September 12 Clarks Grove, MN—Harvest Festival
September 19 Bristol, TN—Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion
October 11 Cambridge, MA—Middle East
October 12 Winooski, VT—Monkey House
October 14 New York, NY—92 Y Tribeca
October 15 Northampton, MA—Iron Horse
October 16 Fall River, MA—Narrows Center
October 17 Troy, NY—The Ale House
October 18 Harrisburg, PA—A.B.C.
October 20 Arlington, VA— IOTA Club
October 21 Raleigh, NC—Pour House
October 22 Black Mountain, NC—Whitehorse Black Mountain
October 23 Atlanta, GA—Smith’s
October 24 Milledgeville, GA—Deep Roots Festival
November 6 Minneapolis, MN—First Avenue
November 10 Milwaukee, WI—Shank Hall
November 11 Madison, WI—High Noon
November 12 Indianapolis, IN—Radio Radio
November 14 St. Louis, MO—Blueberry Hill
November 19 St. Cloud, MN—Red Carpet
November 20 Fargo, ND—The Aquarium
November 21 Sioux Falls, SD—Ramkota Hall
December 4 Portland, OR—Doug Fir
December 5 Seattle, WA—Tractor Tavern
December 6 Eugene, OR—Sam Bond’s Garage
December 14 Salt Lake City, UT—Urban Lounge
December 16 Aspen, CO—Belly Up
December 17 Fort Collins, CO—Hodi’s Half Note
December 18-19 Denver, CO—Bluebird Theater

Report by Jesse Borrell