Jason Isbell Announces New Dates for Winter Tour

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Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit just started an incredible six-night sold out stint at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on Monday (10-9), and after a tour in Europe this fall, Isbell & Co. will be hitting the road yet again as part of an extended winter tour stretching into 2018, with brand new dates just added. Isbell is pushing hard behind the release of his recent album The Nashville Sound, which has inexplicably found him nominated for the 2017 CMA Awards for Album of the Year, and a very likely candidate for Grammy nominations as 2018 approaches.

The new dates are mostly through the South, the Midwest, Texas and the East Coast, but Isbell will be playing the Stagecoach Festival in Indio, California in April, so don’t be surprised to see some West Coast and interior West dates accompany that junket in the future.

Opening the dates for Isbell in Europe will be songwriter Tift Merrit, with James McMurtry signing up as the opener on the new winter tour dates. And if you are unable to make it to a date near you, Isbell’s Friday, October 13th show from the Ryman Auditorium will be broadcast to the masses via a live feed on his Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube pages. The webcast will start at roughly 9:15 CDT.

Recently Jason Isbell had to reschedule some dates after a death in the family of his bass player Jimbo Hart.

Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit Winter Tour Dates:

Oct 10 – Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN – SOLD OUT
Oct 11 – Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN – SOLD OUT
Oct 13 – Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN – SOLD OUT
Oct 14 – Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN – SOLD OUT
Oct 15 – Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN – SOLD OUT
Oct 25 – Albert Hall Manchester, United Kingdom *
Oct 26 – O2 Academy Glasgow Glasgow, United Kingdom *
Oct 27 – Olympia Theatre Dublin, Ireland *
Oct 29 – Brighton Dome Concert Hall Brighton, United Kingdom *
Oct 30 – Roundhouse London, United Kingdom *
Oct 31 – Symphony Hall Birmingham, United Kingdom *
Nov 02 – CAFE DE LA DANSE Paris, France *
Nov 03 – Ancienne Belgique Brussels, Belgium *
Nov 04 – TakeRoot Festival Groningen, Netherlands *
Nov 06 – Paradiso Grote Zaal Amsterdam, Netherlands *
Nov 07 – Uebel & Gefahrlich Hamburg, Germany *
Nov 08 – Columbia Theater Berlin, Germany *
Nov 10 – Sentrum Scene Oslo, Norway *
Nov 11 – Sentrum Scene Oslo, Norway *
Nov 12 – Munchenbryggeriet Stockholm, Sweden *
Nov 14 – DR Koncerthuset København S, Denmark *
Dec 14 – Louisville Palace Louisville, KY
Dec 15 – Louisville Palace Louisville, KY
Dec 16 – Anniston Performing Arts Center Anniston, AL

* – with Tift Merritt

Jan 4 – Oklahoma City, OK The Criterion
Jan 5 – Dallas, TX The Bomb Factory #
Jan 6 – Baton Rouge, LA Baton Rouge River Center Theater
Jan 7 – Mobile, AL Saenger Theatre #
Jan 18 – Birmingham, AL  Alabama Theatre #
Jan 19 – Birmingham, AL  Alabama Theatre #
Jan 20 – Birmingham, AL  Alabama Theatre #
Jan 21 – Little Rock, AR  Robinson Center #
Jan 23 – Cedar Rapids, IA  Paramount Theatre #
Jan 24 – Milwaukee, WI  Riverside Theatre #
Jan 27 – Indianapolis, IN  Murat #
Jan 29 – Pittsburgh, PA  Heinz Hall #
Jan 30 – Buffalo, NY  UB Center for the Arts #
Jan 31 – Albany, NY  Palace Theatre #
Feb 2 – Providence, RI: Veterans Memorial Auditorium #
Feb  3 – Brooklyn, NY: Kings Theatre #
Feb 5 – Red Bank, NJ: Count Basie Theatre #
Feb 6 – Baltimore, MD: The Modell Lyric #
Feb 8 – Atlanta, GA: Fox Theatre #
Feb 9 – Atlanta, GA: Fox Theatre #
Feb 10 – Durham, NC: DPAC #
Feb 11 – Durham, NC: DPAC #
Feb 13 – Ithaca, NY: State Theatre #
Feb 14 – Reading, PA: Santander PAC #
Feb 16 – Richmond, VA: Altria #
Feb 17 – Charleston, WV: Municipal Auditorium #

# – with James McMurtry

Apr 28 – Stagecoach Festival – Indio, CA