This spring, Lindsay Lou will join The Wood Brothers aboard their ‘Heart is The Hero’ tour. The nine-date run will see Lou supporting the acclaimed Americana trio on a trek up the East Coast from May 2–11. This announcement arrives as Lou carries on an expansive US tour supporting her latest album, Queen of Time.

To launch their collaborative run, Lou will open for The Wood Brothers on May 2 on Brown’s Island in Richmond, Va., followed by a performance at Newton, N.J.’s Newton Theater on May 3. Next, the bands will play the Community Arts Center in Williamsport, Penn. and Infinity Hall in Hartford, Conn. on May 4 and 5. The two acts will hike to northern New England on shows at Brownfield, Maine’s Stone Mountain Arts on May 7, Keene, N.H.’s Colonial PAC on May 8 and Nashua, N.H.’s Nashua Center on May 9. On May 10, they will hit The United Theatre in Westerly, R.I. before closing out the run together at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, N.H. on May 11. 

Leading up to her stint supporting The Wood Brothers, Lou will be playing a string of dates for her ‘Queen of Time’ Tour, including her next performance on March 23 at The Caverns Sessions in Pelham, Tenn., hosted by PBS. Then, Lou will trek through the West Coast, including a notable trio of performances at WinterWonderGrass Festival in Olympic Valley, Calif. from April 5-7, before a set at the River Falls Bluegrass, Bourbon & Brews Festival in River Fall, Wisc. on April 19. After her run with The Wood Brothers, she will return to her own tour, with shows scheduled in the South and Midwest throughout the summer, including several more festival appearances, before finishing out the tour in a full-circle moment on Oct. 11 at CaveFest, back at The Caverns in Pelham, Tenn.

Lou, based out of Nashville, released her fourth studio album, Queen of Time, on Kill Rocks Stars in Dec. 2023. The album features a host of notable collaborations from the Americana sphere, with contributions from Billy Strings, Greensky Bluegrass, Molly Tuttle, Peter Rowan and Leftover Salmon. 

Tickets are on sale now for Lindsay Lou’s tour dates with The Wood Brothers. The full list of Lindsay Lou’s 2024 tour dates is available to view below.

Lindsay Lou 2024 Tour Dates
March 23 – The Caverns Sessions (PBS) – Pelham, Tenn.
March 27 – Wild Buffalo – Bellingham, Wash. 
March 28 – Sunset Tavern – Seattle
March 30 – Volcanic Theater Pub – Bend, Ore. 
April 2 – Humbrews – Arcata, Calif. 
April 4 – Goldfield Trading – Sacramento 
April 5 – WinterWonderGrass Festival – Olympic Valley, Calif. 
April 6 – WinterWonderGrass Festival – Olympic Valley, Calif.&
April 7 – WinterWonderGrass Festival – Olympic Valley, Calif. 
April 10 – Hopmonk – Sebastopol, Calif.
April 11 – Freight & Salvage – Berkeley, Calif. 
April 12 – Felton Music Hall – Felton, Calif.
April 19 – River Falls Bluegrass, Bourbon & Brews – River Fall, Wisc. 
May 2 – Brown’s Island – Richmond, Va.*
May 3 – Newton Theater – Newton, N.J.*
May 4 – Community Arts Center – Williamsport, Penn.*
May 5 – Infinity Hall – Hartford, Conn.*
May 7 – Stone Mountain Arts – Brownfield, Maine*
May 8 – Colonial PAC – Keene, N.H.*
May 9 – Nashua Center for the Arts – Nashua, N.H.*
May 10 – The United Theatre – Westerly, R.I.*
May 11 – The Music Hall – Portsmouth, N.H.*
May 16 – Mountain Stage – Charleston, W.V.
June 1 – Sweet Water Warblers @ Hoxeyville Music Fest – Wellston, Mich.
June 20 – Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman – Nashville^
June 23 – Red Wing Roots Festival – Mt. Solon, Va.
June 27 – Blue Ox Festival – Eau Claire, Wisc.
June 29 – YarmonyGrass – Rancho del Rio, Colo. 
June 30 – Lariat – Bueno Vista, Colo. 
July 18 – 4848 Festival – Snowshoe, Wisc.
July 27 – Sweet Water Warblers @ Lavender Hill Farm – Boyne City, Mich.
Aug. 11 – Targhee Bluegrass Festival – Atla, Wisc. 
Sept. 13 – Bender Jamboree – Las Vegas
Oct. 11 – CaveFest – Pelham, Tenn. 

*With Wood Brothers
&Main set 
^Co-bill with Steep Canyon Rangers
Bold = new dates