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Tour Dates

We're ready for the road and hope you are too!

Our band and crew are vaccinated and will be adhering to strict protocols to ensure that we are doing our best to keep everyone healthy and safe— including ourselves, the venue staff, and all of our fans and extended communities. We will be following CDC, state, and local guidelines including mask mandates.

We could use the help of all you wonderful people, too! We strongly encourage everyone coming to our shows to be vaccinated and be masked as much as possible, so please keep the protection of both yourself and your fellow concert-goers in mind before deciding to come, as well as during the performance.

Also, as information and guidelines keep changing it may be necessary for us to adapt our plans and policies along the way. Many promoters will be requiring proof of vaccination or negative tests for shows in the coming months (AEG, Live Nation, et al.) so there’s still time before our Fall shows to be prepared.

We are cautiously optimistic that this tour can go forth as planned and we are VERY excited to be playing music for you and thank you all in advance for helping to make this a safe reality for all.

Mar 4
Charleston Wine + Food Festival - Charleston, SC
Apr 21 - Apr 24
Moon Crush - Miramar Beach, FL
Jul 30
Xcel Energy Center - St. Paul, MN
with Brandi Carlile
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Cool Effect

WE’VE PLEDGED TO OFFSET THE CARBON EMISSIONS OF OUR TOURS EVERY YEAR

To be clear, carbon offsets are by no means a silver bullet, a solution to the climate crises, or license to pollute. But by teaming up with the reputable non-profit organization cooleffect.org we were able to make sure that through funding certain environmental projects worldwide, we are doing as much as we possibly can, with the limitations we have, to mitigate our footprint.

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Virtual Lessons For Actual Change

Professional musicians volunteer to teach their skills in a collective effort to raise funds for the advancement of racial justice. World class musicians offer one-on-one virtual music lessons and send 100% of the profits to organizations working to end systemic racism, such as the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and Color of Change.

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