Punch Brothers Announce Return of American Acoustic Tour Featuring Watchhouse and Sarah Jarosz
Yesterday, Punch Brothers announced that they will revive their American Acoustic tour this summer. The tour will see the group comprised of Chris Thile, Gabe Witcher, Noam Pikelny, Chris Eldridge, and Paul Kowert make 10 stops throughout the United States along with Watchhouse and Sarah Jarosz.
The American Acoustic tour debuted in 2017 and highlighted the group’s bluegrass instrumentation, spontaneity and American country-classical chamber sound amplified through two large condenser microphones. In its first edition, the tour welcomed I’m With Her and Julian Lage.
The American Acoustic tour will kick off in Bonner, Mont. on July 27 before moving west with stops in Salt Lake City, Utah, Portland, Ore., Seattle, Wash. and Jacksonville, Ore. They’ll then head down to California for stops in Saratoga, Rohnert Park and Los Angeles. To close the tour, Punch Brothers will head to the Northeast for a show in New Haven, Conn., and finally a performance in Manchester, Vt. on Aug. 20.
Tickets for the shows in Seattle and Vermont are on sale now. All other tickets will go on sale on Friday at 10 a.m. local venue time – excluding the shows in L.A. and Rohnert Park, which go on sale April 19 at 10 a.m. PST and April 28 at 10 a.m. PST respectively.
Read Relix‘s Track By Track with Punch Brothers’ Hell on Church Street here.
Read Relix‘s feature with Chris Thile here.
Find tickets and more information here.