Nathaniel Rateliff Announces New Solo Album, Maps Out Tour
He'll play Toronto on the trek next March
Published Nov 18, 2019After releasing Tearing at the Seams with the Night Sweats last year, Nathaniel Rateliff has announced plans for a new solo album and accompanying tour.
Rateliff will hit the road next year on his "And It's Still Alright Tour" in support of the forthcoming album. While details on the LP are scarce, Rateliff says that tour set lists will feature songs from the effort alongside material from across his entire catalogue.
Rateliff's sets will range from solo acoustic performances to being backed by full band accompaniment. A lone Canadian stop will bring him to Roy Thompson Hall with Courtney Marie Andrews on March 8.
Select shows on the tour will also feature support from Damien Jurado, Sam Evian & Hannah Cohen, the Still Tide and Kevin Morby. Tickets for all dates go on sale to the general public on Friday (November 22) at 10 a.m. local time.
Rateliff's last solo album was 2013's Falling Faster Than You Can Run.
03/04 Minneapolis, MN - State Theatre ^
03/05 Milwaukee, WI - Riverside Theater ^
03/06 Chicago, IL - The Chicago Theatre %
03/08 Toronto, ON - Roy Thomson Hall ^
03/10 Boston, MA - Orpheum Theatre ^
03/14 Washington DC - The Anthem $
03/16 Pittsburgh, PA - Byham Theater $
03/17 Indianapolis, IN - Old National Centre $
03/19 St. Louis, MO - Stifel Theatre $
03/20 Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium $
03/21 Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle $
04/02 Los Angeles, CA - The Theatre at Ace Hotel +
04/03 Los Angeles, CA - The Theatre At The Ace Hotel +
04/04 San Francisco, CA - Palace Of Fine Arts +
04/05 San Francisco, CA - Palace Of Fine Arts +
04/20 North Charleston, SC - ~
08/26 Morrison, CO - Red Rocks Amphitheatre &
^ with Courtney Marie Andrews
% with Damien Jurado
$ with Sam Evian and Hannah Cohen
+ with the Still Tide
& with Kevin Morby
~ with the Night Sweats