Embarking on their first tour since 2016, eminent indie-folk band Bon Iver has just announced a string of performances for their upcoming 2019 U.S. tour.
With their last album 22, A Million coming out in the same year as their last tour, the announcement marks an exciting time for hardened fans. While the band has remained intact, performing at various shows over the past couple of years, no real projects have formed. Frontman Justin Vernon has recently participated in a variety of personal projects, from being included on the Creed II soundtrack to Eminem’s Kamikaze album, but fans have been eager for some live music. Over the past year, the band has been debuting new original music, and paired with the announcement of this tour, we’re anticipating a new project to be in the works.
The tour will be kicking off in late-March at The Met Philadelphia, moving on to Cleveland, Cincinnati, Memphis, Oklahoma City, St Louis, East Moline, IL, lastly finishing the 2-week tour run in Detroit. If you’re interested in grabbing tickets, head on over to Bon Iver’s website and register for early access to presale tickets.
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