Low announce more 2022 tour dates

Low tour dates

Low have expanded their tour in support of their latest album, HEY WHAT. The band will be extending their 2022 dates into the fall, with shows added on the West Coast and in Europe. They’ll be joined by Divide and Dissolve on all dates, who released the excellent Gas Lit earlier this year. Check out the upcoming Low tour dates below.

Low tour dates:

2/16 Metro Chicago – Chicago, IL
2/17 Cactus Club – Milwaukee, WI
3/22 The Bishop – Bloomington, IN
3/24 Downtown Knoxville – Knoxville, TN
3/25 Saturn – Birmingham, AL
3/26 Terminal West – Atlanta, GA
3/28 The Miracle Theatre – Washington, DC
3/29 World Cafe Live – Philadelphia, PA
3/31 Webster Hall – New York, NY
4/1 Columbus Theatre – Providence, RI
4/2 Théâtre Fairmount – Montréal, Canada
4/4 Mod Club Theatre – Toronto, Canada
4/5 The Loving Touch – Ferndale, MI
4/7 Channing Murray Foundation – Urbana, IL
4/8 Raccoon Motel – Davenport, IA
4/9 High Noon Saloon – Madison, WI
4/25 The Queen’s Hall – Edinburgh, United Kingdom
4/26 Vicar Street Community Centre – Dublin, Ireland
4/27 Manchester Cathedral – Manchester, United Kingdom
4/28 St George’s – Brighton, United Kingdom
4/29 St John at Hackney Church – London, United Kingdom
4/30 Trinity Centre – Bristol, United Kingdom
5/2 Alhambra – Paris, France
5/3 Kulturkirche Köln – Cologne, Germany
5/4 Muziekcentrum Trix – Antwerpen, Belgium
5/5 Paradiso – Amsterdam, Netherlands
5/6 Fonden Voxhall – Aarhus, Denmark
5/7 Vega – København, Denmark
5/9 Uebel & Gefährlich – Hamburg, Germany
5/10 Festsaal Kreuzberg – Berlin, Germany
5/11 WUK – Wien, Austria
5/12 Teatro Duse – Bologna, Italy
5/13 Les Docks – Lausanne, Switzerland
5/14 Mascotte – Zurich, Switzerland
9/26 Marquis Theater – Denver, CO
9/27 Velour Live Music Gallery – Provo, UT
9/29 Musical Instrument Museum – Phoenix, AZ
10/1 Henry Miller Memorial Library – Big Sur, CA
10/4 The Chapel – San Francisco, CA
10/6 Wonder Ballroom – Portland, OR
10/7 Neptune Theatre – Seattle, WA
10/8 Rickshaw Theatre – Vancouver, Canada

Low’s HEY WHAT is featured on our list of the Best Albums of September.

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