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Bonnie Raitt Keeps Adding Dates

05:01 PM Wednesday 2/10/16 | |

Bonnie Raitt plans on racking up the mileage as she tours in support of her new album Dig In Deep arriving later this month.  New destinations on her calendar include Boston, Baltimore, Minneapolis and Spokane.

  • Bonnie Raitt

    Performing at the 2015 MusiCares Person of the Year show in Los Angeles.
    February 6, 2015

    (Vince Bucci/Invision/AP)

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Appearing at the KCSN benefit concert in Northridge, Calif., Feb. 22, Raitt launches her tour March 10 in Richmond, Va.  Her itinerary through the end of July has the blues lady playing both sides of the Atlantic, leaving for the U.K. and Europe at the end of May and returning to these shores in late July.

Dig In Deep lands in stores Feb. 26.  Coming up a bit sooner is Raitt’s appearance at the 58th annual Grammy Awards Feb. 14 where she’ll join Chris Stapleton and Gary Clark Jr. in a tribute to B.B. King. 

Raitt has added 21 shows to her schedule, but there is a catch.  The information released today only includes dates and cities.  Venues will be identified in the weeks to come, even though you can probably guess a few of the locations.  After all, how many major venues other than Red Rocks Amphitheatre are located in Morrison, Colorado?

Here are your brand new dates and cities for Bonnie Raitt:

Aug. 12 – Wallingford, Conn.
Aug. 13 – Newark, N.J.
Aug. 15 – Westbury, N.Y.
Aug. 17 – Hampton Beach, N.Y.
Aug. 19 – Portland, Maine
Aug. 20 – Boston, Mass.
Aug. 23 – Hyannis, Mass.
Aug. 24 – Baltimore, Md.
Aug. 26 – Philadelphia, Pa.
Aug. 27 – Vienna, Va.
Aug. 30 – Kettering, Ohio
Aug. 31 – Grand Rapids, Mich.
Sept. 5 – Minneapolis, Minn.
Sept. 6 – Lincoln, Neb.
Sept. 8 – Morrison, Colo.
Sept. 11 – Salt Lake City, Utah
Sept. 13 – Boise, Idaho
Sept. 14 – Spokane, Wash.
Sept. 17 – Portland, Ore.
Sept. 23 – Paso Robles, Calif.
Sept. 24 – Berkeley, Calif.

Onsale information will be announced March 3.   But the tour doesn’t end in Berkeley.  Expect the schedule to include shows in October and November with Phoenix, Memphis, New Orleans and Austin among the destinations.  Visit BonnieRaitt.com for more details.


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