Blackberry Smoke Announces Spring Tour Dates

Blackberry Smoke Announces Spring Tour Dates

Southern rock band Blackberry Smoke will start out the new year with their first world-wide acoustic tour, dubbed the Break It Down Tour.

Blackberry Smoke’s wide range of shows across three continents—North America, South America and Europe—will promote the band’s newly released EP, The Southern Ground Sessions. The five-piece will use a bevy of openers, including Chris Shiflett, Amanda Shires, Nikki Lane and more.

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire—and Blackberry Smoke will be sure to bring the fire January through August in this headlining tour.

Tickets for newly announced dates go on sale on Jan. 11 at 10 a.m. local time.

Blackberry Smoke 2019 Tour Dates

January 24—Oxford, MS—The Lyric Oxford*
January 25—Dallas, TX—Canton Hall*
January 26—Houston, TX—White Oak Music Hall*
January 27—Austin, TX—Emo’s*
January 29—Tucson, AZ—Rialto Theatre*
January 30—Tempe, AZ—Marquee Theatre*
February 1—Anaheim, CA—House of Blues*
February 2—Napa, CA—Uptown Theatre*
February 4—Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up*
February 5—Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up*
February 6—Los Angeles, CA—The Fonda Theatre†
February 7—San Francisco, CA—The Regency Ballroom†
February 9—Jackson, CA—Jackson Rancheria Casino & Hotel‡
February 10—Redding, CA—Redding Civic Auditorium§
February 12—Seattle, WA—The Showbox§
February 13—Portland, OR—Revolution Hall§
February 14—Spokane, WA—Bing Crosby Theater§
February 16—Deadwood, SD—Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel & Casino‡
February 18—Wichita, KS—Cotillion Ballroom*
February 19—Oklahoma City, OK—Diamond Ballroom*
February 21—New Orleans, LA—The Fillmore*
February 22—Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium*
February 23—Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium#
March 14—Lexington, KY—Opera House+
March 15—Lexington, KY—Opera House+
March 16—Kalamazoo, MI—State Theatre+
March 17—Kent, OH—The Kent Stage+
March 19—Wabash, IN—Honeywell Center**
March 21—Bloomington, IL—The Castle Theatre††
March 22—Waukegan, IL—Genesee Theatre**
March 23—Medina, MN—Medina Entertainment Center††
March 24—Rockford, IL—Coronado Theatre+
March 26—Evansville, IN—Victory Theatre+
March 28—Rocky Mount, VA—Harvester Performance Center††
March 29—Rocky Mount, VA—Harvester Performance Center††
March 30—Rocky Mount, VA—Harvester Performance Center††
April 1—Englewood, NJ—Bergen Performing Arts Center††
April 4—Ithaca, NY—State Theatre††
April 5—Easton, PA—State Theatre for the Arts††
April 6—New York, NY—City Winery††
April 7—New York, NY—City Winery††
May 5—Bogotá, Colombia—Movistar Arena‡‡
May 7—Lima, Peru—Explanada Costa Verde‡‡
May 9—Curitiba, Brazil—Opera De Arame
May 11—Sao Paulo, Brazil—Tropical Butanta
May 17—Maryville, TN—The Shed (Brothers & Sisters Reunion)
May 18—Maryville, TN—The Shed (Brothers & Sisters Reunion)
May 30-June 1—La Cygne, KS—Tumbleweed Fest
June 5—Stockholm, Sweden—Tele2 Arena§§
June 6—Solvesborg, Sweden—Sweden Rock Festival
June 7—Esbjerg, Denmark—Tobakken
June 8—Raalte, Netherlands—Ribs & Blues Festival
June 10—Alkmaar, Netherlands—Victory
June 12—Belfast, UK—Belsonic in Ormeau Park
June 14-16—Castle Donington, UK—Download Festival
June 17—Erfurt, Germany—Messehalle##
June 18—Berlin, Germany—Max Schmelinghalle##
June 19—Frankfurt, Germany—Festhalle##
June 21—Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain—Azkena Rock Festival
June 23—Clisson, France—Hellfest
June 28—Jacksonville, FL—Daily’s Place Amphitheater++
June 29—Boca Raton, FL—Mizner Park Amphitheater++
June 30—St. Petersburg, FL—Al Lang Stadium++
July 3—Orange Beach, AL—The Warf Amphitheater++
July 5—Charleston, SC—Volvo Car Stadium++
July 6—Simpsonville, SC—Heritage Park Amphitheater++
July 7—Charlotte, NC—PNC Music Pavilion++
July 9—Raleigh, NC—Coastal Credit Union Park at Walnut Creek++
July 13—Gilford, NH—Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion++
July 14—Saratoga Springs, NY—Saratoga Performing Arts Center++
July 16—Canandaigua, NY—Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center++
July 19—Cincinnati, OH—PNC Pavilion++
July 20—Huber Heights, OH—Rose Music Center at The Heights++
July 23—Rochester Mills, MI—Meadow Brook Amphitheatre++
July 24—Indianapolis, IN—Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park++
July 26—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre++
July 27—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre++
July 30—St. Louis, MO—The Fox Theatre++
July 31—Brandon, MS—Brandon Amphitheater++
August 2—Atlanta, GA—The Fox Theatre++
August 3—Atlanta, GA—The Fox Theatre++

*with Chris Shiflett
†with Nikki Lane
‡with An Evening With
§with Quaker City Night Hawks
#with Will Hoge
+as part of the acoustic “Break It Down Tour” with special guest Ida Mae
**as part of the acoustic “Break It Down Tour” with special guest Amanda Shires
††as part of the acoustic “Break It Down Tour”
‡‡supporting Slash
§§supporting Bon Jovi
##supporting Lynyrd Skynyrd
++with Tedeschi Trucks Band and Shovels & Rope

photo by David McClister

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