First Aid Kit Announces Rebel Heart Tour

Swedish Sister Duo First Aid Kit will be making their way to the United States and parts of Europe as part of the extensive Rebel Heart Tour in 2018. The sisters will be in the United States in June, and then again in September through October. In July and August they will be touring in Europe. The North American leg will include marquee performances at the Bonnaroo Festival in Tennessee, the Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas, and a date with Ryan Adams at the breathtaking Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado.

Supporting on the tour on select dates will be up-and-coming country artist Jade Bird from Britain, Australian alt-country singer and songwriter Julia Jacklin, and M. Ward, of M Ward.

First launching their careers with a very ethereal and roots-inferred sound, sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg received recognition in Europe and the United States for breathtaking compositions such as “Emmylou” and “The Lion’s Roar.” Their second album Stay Gold brought them further worldwide recognition, leading to 2018’s Ruins, of which the duo is now touring behind. The new album was recorded in Portland, OR, and centers mostly around the the breakup of Klara Söderberg from her fiancee, and featured a more stripped-down and rootsy sound.

Tour Dates:

06/08 – Raleigh, NC North Carolina Museum of Art (w/ Jade Bird)
06/09 – Manchester, TN Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
06/10 – St. Louis, MO The Pageant (w/ Jade Bird)
06/12 – Kansas City, MO The Truman (w/ Jade Bird)
06/13 – Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium (w/ Jade Bird)

06/30 – Ewijk, NL – Down the Rabbit Hole
07/01 – St. Gallen, CH – Openair St. Gallen
07/02 – Milan, IT – Garden Triennale
07/03 – Luxembourg City, LX – Den Atelier
07/05 – Roskilde, DK – Roskilde Festival
07/06 – Werchter, BE – Rock Werchter
07/08 – Turku, FI – Ruisrock
07/10 – Montreux, CH – Montreux Jazz Festival
07/12 – Helsingborg, SE – Sofiero Slott
07/14 – Skelleftea, SE – Nordanåområdet
07/17 – Rättvik, SE – Dalhalla
07/19 – Tonsberg, NO – Slottsfjell
07/21 – Salisbury, UK – Larmer Tree Festival
08/01 – Glasgow, UK – Kelvingrove Bandstand
08/03 – Cambridge, UK – Cambridge Folk Festival
08/04 – Wareham, UK – Bestival
08/05 – Waterford, IE – All Together Now Festival
08/17 – Leipzig, DE – Parkbühne GeyserHaus
08/24 – Boulogne-Billancourt, FR – Rock En Seine
08/31 – Stockholm, SE – Popaganda Festival

06/14 – Morrison, CO Red Rocks (w/ Ryan Adams)
09/06 – Portland, ME State Theatre (w/ Julia Jacklin)
09/07 – Boston, MA Blue Hills Bank Pavilion (w/ Julia Jacklin)
09/08 – Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore Philadelphia (w/ Julia Jacklin)
09/10 – Washington D.C. The Anthem (w/ Julia Jacklin)
09/11 – Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel (w/ Julia Jacklin)
09/14 – Asheville, NC Highland Brewing Company (w/ Julia Jacklin)
09/17 – Houston, TX White Oak Music Hall (w/ Julia Jacklin)
09/18 – Austin, TX ACL Live at The Moody Theater (w/ Julia Jacklin)
09/19 – Dallas, TX South Side Ballroom (w/ Julia Jacklin)
09/21-23 – Las Vegas, NV Life is Beautiful Festival
09/21 – Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater (w/ Julia Jacklin)
09/22 – Phoenix, AZ The Pressroom
09/25 – San Diego, CA Observatory North Park (w/ Julia Jacklin)
09/26 – Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre (w/ M. Ward)
09/28 – San Francisco, CA The Masonic (w/ M. Ward)
10/01 – Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre
10/02 – Vancouver, BC Queen Elizabeth Theatre
10/03 – Portland, OR Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

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