From displaying its powerful live sound on the late-night television circuit to announcing a string of dates with Eric Church later this year, the Lone Bellow has found critical acclaim in the U.S. The Brooklyn-based three-piece is slated to begin its first-ever headlining tour this month, and they’ve sold out each upcoming show.
The tour kicked off over the weekend and the band’s next scheduled date is at the WorkPlay Theatre in Birmingham, Alabama on March 10. They’ll make 29 stops across the U.S. through July 19, when the tour wraps its U.S. leg at the Forecastle Festival in Louisville, Kentucky. The five-month stint includes an opening slot on Kacey Musgaves’ Same Trailer Different Tour at the Fox Theater in Oakland on April 25.
The folk rockers will play two hometown shows later this month at the Bowery Ballroom in Manhattan and the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn. Among notable festivals theLone Bellow will play are the Rites of Spring, Untapped, Hangout Music, Boston Calling and ROMP Festivals.
Following their U.S. leg, the band will head across the pond to play three shows in the U.K. in August. The trio wraps with four dates at the Tonder Festival in Denmark betweenAugust 27 and 30.