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 News Tour Dates 17/09/2019

Yola Announces New North American Dates In Early 2020, Releases "It Ain't Easier" Performance Video

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Yola has announced that her Walk Through Fire World Tour, featuring songs from her Dan Auerbach-produced debut album, Walk Through Fire, will bring her back to North America in early 2020 for two months of shows. The newly announced run begins at The Sinclair in Cambridge on January 7 and includes shows in DC, Philadelphia, Toronto, Atlanta, Dallas, Seattle, and many more; Amythyst Kiah will support on man of the dates. Tickets for the 2020 tour go on sale this Friday, September 20.

The shows follow a busy autumn for the queen of country-soul. She has several US headline shows and festival sets in the coming months-including Farm Aid, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, and Austin City Limits - and will perform with Kacey Musgraves at The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on October 25 before heading back to the UK and Europe to tour. Additionally, the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles will host a special conversation and performance with Yola on October 16. See below for all the tour details.
"I am so excited to announce my first world headline tour and honored to bring Amythyst Kiah out on the road with me," Yola says. "She has an incredible voice, and her songs are next level - she is gonna blow you all away"

Also today comes the premiere of a live performance video of the Walk Through Fire track "It Ain't Easier," filmed at YouTube Space NYC:

YOLA ON TOUR
Sep 19 Castle Theatre Bloomington, IL
Sep 20 Codfish Hollow Maquoketa, IA
Sep 21 Farm Aid East Troy, WI
Sep 22 Bluebird Nightclub Bloomington, IN
Sep 26 Levitt Shell Memphis, TN
Sep 27&28 The Fillmore† New Orleans, LA
Oct 5 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass San Francisco, CA
Oct 11-13 Austin City Limits Festival Austin, TX
Oct 16 Grammy Museum Los Angeles, CA
Oct 25 Bridgestone Arena† Nashville, TN
Nov 3 Leeds O2^ Leeds, UK
Nov 4 Olympia^ Dublin, IRELAND
Nov 6 Glasgow O2^ Glasgow, UK
Nov 7 Newcastle O2^ Newcastle, UK
Nov 9 Mountford Hall^ Liverpool, UK
Nov 10 Rock City^ Nottingham, UK
Nov 12 AFAS Live^ Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Nov 13 Le Zenith^ Paris, FRANCE
Nov 15 Lotto Arena^ Antwerp, BELGIUM
Nov 16 Lido Berlin, GERMANY
Nov 17 Stage Club Hamburg, GERMANY
Nov 18 KB Hallen^ Copenhagen, DENMARK
Nov 20 Palladium^ Cologne, GERMANY
Nov 21 Zenith^ Munich, GERMANY
Nov 22 Santeria Toscana 31 Milan, ITALY
Nov 24 Alcatraz^ Milan, ITALY
Nov 26 Sant Jordi Club^ Barcelona, SPAIN
Nov 28 Café de la Danse Paris, FRANCE
Nov 30 Oran Mor Glasgow, UK
Dec 1 Olympia Theatre Dublin, IRELAND
Dec 3 Gorilla Manchester, UK
Dec 4 Islington Assembly Hall London, UK
Dec 11 Garcias at The Capitol Port Chester, NY
Dec 30&31 Ryman Auditorium* Nashville, NY
Jan 7 The Sinclair Cambridge, MA
Jan 10 9:30 Club Washington, DC
Jan 11 World Cafe Live Philadelphia, PA
Jan 12 Horseshoe Tavern Toronto, ON
Jan 14 SPACE Evanston, IL
Jan 15 Turf Club St. Paul, MN
Jan 17 Off Broadway St. Louis, MO
Jan 19 A&R Music Bar Columbus, OH
Jan 21 Ballroom at the Taft Theatre Cincinnati, OH
Jan 22 The Grey Eagle Asheville, NC
Jan 23 Cat's Cradle Carrboro, NC
Jan 24 Terminal West Atlanta, GA
Jan 29-Feb 2 Brandi Carlile's Girls Just Wanna Weekend Maya Riviera, MEXICO
Feb 7 The Heights Theater Houston, TX
Feb 9 The Kessler Theater Dallas, TX
Feb 11 Bluebird Theater Denver, CO
Feb 12 The State Room Salt Lake City, UT
Feb 14 Pub Station Billings, MT
Feb 15 Top Hat Missoula, MT
Feb 16 The Crocodile Seattle, WA
Feb 18 Venue Nightclub Vancouver, BC
Feb 19 Aladdin Theater Portland, OR
Feb 23 Music Box San Diego, CA
† w/Kacey Musgraves
^ w/Greta Van Fleet
* w/Old Crow Medicine Show






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