Lettuce have announced a slew of new tour dates for later this year, padding its already-packed summer tour itinerary and extending its run through the end of September. This release confirms the band’s headline performance at The Disco Biscuits’ BISCOLAND, as well as an additional performance with Ziggy Marley in Colorado and 13 further appearances across the U.S.

Lettuce will kick off its spring touring with a pair of special performances alongside the legendary jazz guitarist John Scofield at San Francisco’s Milner Auditorium on April 27 and 28, which will prime the combo for another collaborative performance to headline New Orleans’ Daze Between festival on April 30. Next, the six-piece funk ensemble will move on to a May 2 headlining sunset set at Ponce de Leon, Fla.’s Sol Fest, followed by its annual tradition of RAGE!FEST at The Joy Theatre in New Orleans on May 3.

After kicking off its summer tour with a set at Denver’s Outside Festival on June 1, Lettuce will head to Lafayette, N.Y.’s Wonderland Forest to join The Disco Biscuits’ second annual BISCOLAND festival on July 5. Shortly following this festival sprint, Lettuce will embark on its 11-stop run supporting Ziggy Marley on the Circle of Peace tour, which commences with a staging at Jacksonville, Ore.’s Britt Pavilion on July 9 and runs through a July 24 show at Pepsi Amphitheater in Flagstaff, Ariz. With this latest release, the band has added a new date with Marley at Vail, Colo.’s Gerald Ford Amphitheater on July 15 and two independent dates amid the collaborative tour in Solana Beach, Calif. and Tempe, Ariz. on July 19 and 20.

Once the Circle of Peace tour has come to a close, Lettuce will embark on a new 13-stop headline tour, which will bring the group to the Mountain West, West Coast, Southeast, Midwest, and Mid-Atlantic regions. Highlights from this last leg include sets at Los Angeles’ The Novo on Aug. 23 and Indianapolis’ Hi-Fi Annex on Sept. 23, a two-night booking at Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia on September 26-27 and a final pair of shows at Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, N.Y. to wrap up its 2024 calendar so far.

Tickets for Lettuce’s new tour dates will go on sale tomorrow, April 19, at 10 a.m. local time. For more information, visit lettucefunk.com/tour

Read on for Lettuce’s complete 2024 tour schedule.

Lettuce 2024 Tour Dates:
April 27 – Milner Auditorium – San Francisco*
April 28 – Milner Auditorium – San Francisco*
April 30 – Daze Between – New Orleans*
May 2 – Sol Fest – Ponce de Leon, Fla.
May 3 – The Joy Theater – New Orleans
June 1 – Outside Festival – Denver
July 5 – BISCOLAND – Lafayette, N.Y.
June 20 – Electric Forest – Rothbury, Mich.
July 9 – Britt Pavilion – Jacksonville, Ore.^
July 10 – McMenamins Edgefield – Troutdale, Ore.^
July 11 – Marymoor Park – Redmond, Wash.^
July 13 – KettleHouse Amphitheater – Bonner, Mont.^
July 14 – Snow Park Outdoor Amp – Deer Valley, Utah^
July 15 – Gerald Ford Amphitheater – Vail, Colo.^
July 17 – The Theater at Virgin Hotels – Las Vegas^
July 18 – Pacific Amphitheater (OC Fair) – Costa Mesa, Calif.^
July 19 – Belly Up Tavern – Solana Beach, Calif.
July 20 – Marquee Theatre – Tempe, Ariz.
July 21 – Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, Calif.^
July 23 – Fox Tucson Theater – Tucson, Ariz.^
July 24 – Pepsi Amphitheater – Flagstaff, Ariz.^
August 17 – Center for the Arts – Jackson, Wyo.
August 18 – The ELM – Bozeman, Mont.
August 20 – The Egyptian Theatre – Boise, Idaho
August 23 – The Novo – Los Angeles
September 12 – Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Amphitheater- Mills River, N.C.
September 13 – Hi-Fi Annex – Indianapolis
September 14 – Music at the Intersection – St. Louis
September 15- Bell’s Eccentric Cafe – Kalamazoo, Mich.
September 25 – The Vogel – Red Bank, N.J.
September 26 – Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia – Philadelphia
September 27 – Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia – Philadelphia
September 28 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, N.Y.
September 29 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, N.Y.

* with John Scofield
^ supporting Ziggy Marley
Dates in bold indicate newly announced tour dates