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Conor Oberst + Dawes Team Up

04:01 PM Wednesday 2/12/14 | |

The members of Dawes will be working extra hard to earn their paychecks on their spring tour with Conor Oberst. In addition to opening each show as “special guests,” Dawes has signed on as Oberst’s backing band during the excursion. The journey begins in early May.

Oberst has a new solo album coming out – Upside Down Mountain – May 20 via Nonesuch Records. Here’s a sneak peek with the tune “Hundreds Of Ways.”



“Hundreds Of Way” as well as the album outtake “Fast Friends” will be available as a limited-edition seven-inch single on Record Store Day April 19.

  • Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes

    Zac Brown's Southern Ground Music & Food Festival, Blackbaud Stadium, Charleston, S.C.
    October 19, 2013

    (Southern Reel)

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Dawes is continuing to support the band’s third studio album, 2013’s Stories Don’t End.
 
Check out the routing for the tour below:  

May 8 – Saxapahaw, N.C., Haw River Ballroom     
May 9 – Asheville, N.C., The Orange Peel     
May 10 – Atlanta, Ga., Atlantic Station Park (Shaky Knees Music Festival)
May 11 – Charleston, S.C., Charleston Music Hall     
May 13 – Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., Ponte Vedra Concert Hall     
May 14 – Orlando, Fla., The Beacham     
May 17 – Chattanooga, Tenn., Track 29     
May 22 – Westbury, N.Y., The Space At Westbury     
May 23 – Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club     
May 24 – Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club     
May 25 – Homestead, Pa., Carnegie Library Music Hall     
May 27 – Cincinnati, Ohio, Taft Theatre     
May 29 – Chicago, Ill., Metro / Smart Bar     
May 30 – Chicago, Ill., Metro / Smart Bar     
May 31 – Milwaukee, Wis., Pabst Theater     
June 1 –Minneapolis, Minn., First Avenue     
June 2 – Minneapolis, Minn., First Avenue     
June 4 – Omaha, Neb., Sokol Auditorium / Underground     
June 5 – Columbia, Mo., The Blue Note     
June 6 – Nashville, Tenn., Ryman Auditorium     
June 7 – Lexington, Ky., Buster’s    
July 29 – New York, N.Y., Rumsey Playfield / Central Park (Central Park Summerstage)
        
Presale for select dates began today (Feb. 12), with additional presales Feb. 13. General onsales for Washington, D.C., begin Feb. 13. Tickets for most dates go on sale to the public Feb. 14. A presale for Nashville begins Feb. 14, followed by the general onsale Feb. 21.

Oberst also appears at Hangout Music Fest May 16 in Gulf Shore, Ala.

For more information visit ConorOberst.com and DawesTheBand.com.
    
 


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