Jeff Tweedy Announces Debut Solo Album, North American Tour

Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy is known for having a pretty relentless tour schedule and it doesn’t appear to be letting up anytime soon. He just announced a string of North American tour dates that will start in June at the Masonic Temple in Detroit and wrap up at Rhode Island’s Newport Folk Festival. In bigger news, the announcement also came with news that his debut solo album will be released soon. Details are still TBA but let the speculation and excitement begin. The upcoming tour will feature songs from the upcoming solo record so expect to be hearing more about this soon. Check out the tour dates below.

Tour Dates:
6/5 Detroit, MI @ Masonic Temple

6/6 Pittsburgh, PA @ Three Rivers Arts Festival

6/7 Hunter Mountain, NY @ Mountain Jam

6/9 Baltimore, MD @ Meyerhoff Symphony Hall

6/10 Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre

6/11 Louisville, KY @ The Brown Theatre on Broadway

6/16 Milwaukee, WI @ The Pabst Theater

6/17 Columbia, MO @ Missouri Theatre

6/18 Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom

6/21 Austin, TX @ Texas Union Ballroom

6/22 Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theatre

6/24 Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium

7/4 Ottawa, Ontario @ Ottawa Bluesfest

7/6 Toronto, Ontario @ Toronto Urban Roots Fest

7/12 Chicago, IL @ Taste of Chicago

7/27 Newport, RI @ Newport Folk Festival

[Photo by Matt Roberts/Getty.]

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Comments (4)
  1. Not as good as a new Wilco album, but still, better than nothing.

  2. “speculation and excitement”

    Oh my God I wonder if it’ll be an hour of gently strummed acoustic ballads or acoustic ballads being gently strummed for an hour.

    THE ANTICIPATION IS KILLING ME.

    In other news, I once saw Jeff Tweedy assembling a salad. Two things: 1) he is a small person, and 2) he is VERY exacting about the construction of his salads. Never seen someone linger over the salad bar with such intense concentration.

  3. SIXTY DOLLARS for the Meyerhoff show? Ugh. So much for his poor fans, I guess.

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