Real Estate and Sharon Van Etten have announced a joint show this summer at SummerStage in New York City’s Central Park.

The show – dubbed “A Central Park Garden State Party” as a nod to Van Etten and Real Estate’s home state of New Jersey – will take place on July 29. Grace Ives will be the supporting act for the show.

Real Estate will release a brand new album – The Main Thing – on Feb. 28, and they recently dropped a single from the album, “Paper Cup.” In addition, the band was recently confirmed a performance on the Feb. 15 edition of ‘Live From Here with Chris Thile,’ alongside other guests Ken Burns and Lewis Black (and more to be announced).

Prior to their show in Central Park, Real Estate will go on an extensive tour in support of The Main Thing. For more information, visit realestatetheband.com, and check out their tour dates below!

Meanwhile, Sharon Van Etten recently performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with Jeff Goldblum. Watch her performance here!

Tickets to “A Central Park Garden State Party” go on sale on Jan. 31 at 10 a.m. ET, following pre-sales that begin on Jan. 29. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

Real Estate Tour Dates
April 9 – Detroit, Mich.* – El Club
April 10 – Chicago, Ill.* – Thalia Hall
April 11 – Minneapolis, Minn.* – First Avenue
April 13 – Omaha, Neb.* – Slowdown
April 14 – Kansas City, Mo.* – The Truman
April 15 – St. Louis, Mo.* – The Ready Room
April 16 – Indianapolis, Ind.* – The Vogue
April 17 – Nashville, Tenn.* – Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
April 18 – Atlanta, Ga.* – Variety Playhouse
April 20 – Chapel Hill, N.C.* – Cat’s Cradle
April 21 – Washington, D.C.* – 9:30 Club
April 22 – Philadelphia, Pa.* – Union Transfer
April 23 – Boston, Mass.* – Royale
May 7 – Oakland, Calif.† – Fox Theater
May 8 – Los Angeles, Calif.† – The Fonda Theater
May 9 – San Diego, Calif.† – Belly Up Tavern
May 10 – Phoenix, Ariz.† – The Crescent Ballroom
May 12 – Dallas, Texas† – The Granada Theater
May 13 – Austin, Texas† – Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater
May 14 – Houston, Texas† – White Oak Music Hall
May 18 – Denver, Colo.# – Gothic Theatre
May 19 – Salt Lake City, Utah# – Urban Lounge
May 21 – Seattle, Wash.# – Neptune Theatre
May 22 – Portland, Ore.# – Revolution Hall

*with Palm
†with Meg Baird
#with Itasca