Strings plans spring tour
Friday, December 6, 2019
– Billy Strings announced spring 2020 tour dates that include four dates with special guest Molly Tuttle as well as two co-bills with Marcus King Band during New Orleans Jazz Fest.
The tour kicks off on April 8 in Pittsburgh at the Roxian Theatre.
Strings, a highly regarded guitarist,combines bluegrass with a bit of jamgrass. He released his second studio album, "Home," earlier this year, and it reached the top of the bluegrass charts. He sold out most of his current tour.
Tour dates are:
March 28-29 Tahoe, CA - Winterwondergrass Squaw
April 8-9 Pittsburgh, PA - Roxian Theatre #
April 10 Philadelphia, PA - The Fillmore #
April 11 Port Chester, NY - Capitol Theater
April 12 Burlington, VT - Higher Ground Ballroom #
April 20 Boston, MA - Royale
April 16 New Haven, CT - College Street Music Hall
April 17 Buffalo, NY - Asbury Hall
April 18 Fort Wayne, IN - Clyde Theater
April 20 Detroit, MI - The Fillmore
April 30 New Orleans, LA - Civic Theater *
May 1 New Orleans, LA - Civic Theater *
# with special guest Molly Tuttle
* with Marcus King Band
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