Lake Street Dive Performs at Stage AE on July 30

Lake Street Dive Continues US Summer Tour

Featuring Music from New Album, Free Yourself Up

“Irresistible” – Rolling Stone

“[Free Yourself Up] strives to empower and liberate in an age of turmoil. It’s a confident collection of songs that reflects the quartet’s nearly decade-and-a-half of music making.” –WFUV

Lake Street Dive tours the US this summer in support of its critically acclaimed 2018 album, Free Yourself Up. The band has new headlining shows, several of which find them co-headlining with The Wood Brothers, as well as in support of The Avett Brothers. The new dates continue in Des Moines, Iowa, on June 25 and include shows across the country, in North Carolina, Virginia, Michigan, Ohio, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, California, and more (full schedule below).

Free Yourself Up was released last year on Nonesuch Records to critical and popular acclaim, spending a remarkable seven and a half months on the non-commercial radio charts and an equally rare eighteen weeks on Billboard’s Top Current Albums chart. The record debuted at No. 4 on the Top Album Chart and No. 8 in the Billboard Top 200 Chart—career highs for the band, and their highest sales week to date. The lead single “Good Kisser” was in the Top 5 at Americana radio for more than a month while continuing to find success in the Top 20 at AAA radio. The band has also performed for NPR’s Night OwlCBS This Morning – Saturday, as well as the Late Show with Stephen Colbert and CONAN.

Free Yourself Up was named one of the Best Records of 2018 by Pop Matters, and also landed on NPR Music’s All Songs Considered Listeners’ 100 Favorite Albums Of 2018 list.

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Lake Street Dive Tour Dates

June 25 – Brenton Skating Plaza – Des Moines, IA

June 26 – Big Top Chautauqua – Bay Field, WI

June 28-29 – The Palace Theatre – Minneapolis, MN

July 2 – Wave – Wichita, KS

July 3 – Providence Medical Center Amphitheater – Bonner Springs, KS^

July 5 – Kit Carson State Park – Taos, NM

July 6 – Belly Up Aspen – Aspen, CO

July 7 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO^ (Sold Out)

July 9 – Usana Amphitheatre – West Valley City, UT^

July 25 – Lake Champlain Maritime Festival – Burlington, VT* (Sold Out)

July 26 – Beak and Skiff Apple Orchards – Lafayette, NY*

July 28 – Newport Folk Festival – Newport, RI (Sold Out)

July 30 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA

July 31 – Manchester Music Hall – Lexington, KY

August 1 – The Pageant – St. Louis, MO

August 3 – Dillon Amphitheater – Dillon, CO

August 4 – Mishawaka Amphitheatre – Bellevue, CO (Sold Out)

August 7 – Egyptian Theatre – Boise, ID

August 8 – The Festival at Sandpoint – Sandpoint, ID

August 10 – Gorge Amphitheatre – Quincy, WA^

August 11 – L.B. Day Amphitheater – Salem, OR^

August 13 – Les Schwab Amphitheater – Bend, OR^

August 14 – Montbleu Casino – Stateline, NV

August 16-17 – Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley – Berkeley, CA^ (Sold Out)

August 18 – Vina Robles Amphitheatre – Paso Robles, CA^ (Sold Out)

August 20 – Comerica Theatre – Phoenix, AZ^

August 22 – Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA^

August 23 – San Diego Civic Theatre – San Diego, CA^

August 24 – Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, CA^ (Sold Out)

October 6 – The Palace Theatre – Albany, NY

October 10 – Harvester Performance Center – Rocky Mount, VA

October 11-12 – The National – Richmond, VA

October 13 – Greenfield Lake Amphitheater – Wilmington, NC

October 15 – Sunoco Performance Theater, Whitaker Center – Harrisburg, PA

October 17 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ON

October 18 – Asbury Hall – Buffalo, NY

*w/The Wood Brothers

^in support of The Avett Brothers