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Nickel Creek has announced that they have added several additional stops to their expansive 2023 tour. In February, the Grammy-award winning trio shared that they would be hitting the road on April 15, following the release of Celebrants– the band’s fifth studio project and first new album since 2019. The group originally planned to wrap their U.S run on June 17, after a sold-out three-hitter at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival in Telluride, Colo. The amended tour schedule will take the band from coast-to-coast, with 22 new dates set throughout July and into October.
The first new show on the roster will take place on July 7, at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland, Ore., and will feature support from singer-songwriter Monica Martin. On July 8, Nickel Creek will head over to Bend, Ore. for a one-night-stand at the Hayden Homes Amphitheater. On July 11, the trio will take the stage in Reno, Nev. for a show at the Grand Sierra Resort before heading over to Salt Lake City, Utah for a set on July 12. Beginning on July 19, they will embark on a tight run of newly added dates in Michigan, Ontario, and North Carolina. On July 24, they will play The Coves Amphitheater in Union Hall, Va. and, on July 27, they will head over to Lafayette, N.Y., for a show at the Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards.
The ensemble will pick back up with more new dates on October 6, with an appearance at the Fox Theater in Oakland, Calif. On October 10 and 11, they will take the stage with Hawktail for back-to-back sets at The Theatre At Ace Hotel in Los Angeles. Then, they will finish out the month with additional shows in California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Colorado and Kansas. They will close out the tour with two nights in the Lone Star State, where they are scheduled to play at Majestic Theatre in Dallas, on October 20 and finishing things off at the Moody Amphitheatre at Waterloo Park on October 21.
VIP and GA tickets for the newly added tour dates will go on-sale Thursday, March 23, at 10 a.m on the band’s website.
Scroll to view Nickel Creek’s full 2023 tour schedule.
Nickel Creek 2023 Tour Dates:
April 15—Andrew J Brady Music Center* —Cincinnati
April 17—Byham Theater*—Pittsburgh
April 18—College Street Music Hall*—New Haven, Conn.
April 20—Capitol Center for the Arts*—Concord, N.H.
April 21—State Theatre*– Portland, Maine
April 22–MGM Music Hall at Fenway Park* –Boston
April 23—The Fillmore*–Philadelphia
April 25—Avondale Brewing Co*—Birmingham, Ala.
April 27—Ryman Auditorium* (SOLD OUT)—Nashville, Tenn.
April 28—Ryman Auditorium* (SOLD OUT)—Nashville, Tenn.
April 29—Ryman Auditorium* (SOLD OUT)—Nashville, Tenn.
April 30—MerleFest––Wilkesboro, N.C.
May 1—Ting Pavilion‡—Charlottesville, Va.
May 3—Appell Center for the Performing Arts‡—York, Pa.
May 4—The Rooftop at Pier 17‡—New York
May 31—Spoleto Festival—Charleston, S.C.
June 2—The Eastern*—Atlanta
June 3—Peace Center*—Greenville, S.C.
June 4—Railbird Festival (SOLD OUT)—Lexington, Ky.
June 6—E.J. Thomas Hall*—Akron, Ohio
June 8—Venue TBA*—Grand Rapids, Mich.
June 9—The Salt Shed*—Chicago
June 10—Riverside Theater*—Milwaukee, Wis.
June 11—The Factory at The District*—Chesterfield, Mo.
June 13—Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts*—Kansas City, Mo.
June 15-17—Telluride Bluegrass Festival (SOLD OUT) —Telluride, Colo.
July 7–Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall+–Portland, Ore.
July 8—Hayden Homes Amphitheater—Bend, Ore.
July 11–Grand Sierra Resort+–Reno, Nev.
July 12–Venue TBA+–Salt Lake City
July 24–The Coves Amphitheater†–Union Hall, Va.
July 27—Break & Skiff Apple Orchards—LaFayette, N.Y.†
September 1—Barbican Centre—London, U.K.
September 8-10—Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion—Bristol, Tenn.
October 6–Fox Theater‡–Oakland, Calif.
October 10—The Theatre at Ace Hotel‡–Los Angeles
October 11–The Theatre at Ace Hotel‡–Los Angeles
October 13– The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park^–San Diego, Calif.
October 14–Ikeda Theater at Mesa Arts Center+–Mesa, Ariz.
October 15–Brooklyn Bowl+–Las Vegas
October 17–Revel Entertainment Center+–Albuquerque, Nev.
October 18–The Mission Ballroom+ –Denver
October 19–Stiefel Theater+–Salina, Kan.
October 20—Majestic Theatre+–Dallas
October 21–Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Park+–Austin, Texas
*with special guest Gaby Moreno
†with special guest Aoife O’Donovan
‡with special guest Hawktail
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