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Published: 2011/07/07

Gillian Welch Extends Her Tour Into the Fall

In support of her new album The Harrow & The Harvest, which landed a #20 spot on Billboard, Gillian Welch has announced the second leg of her fall tour. Upon release, the highly anticipated album received considerable praise, so Welch and her partner David Rawlings will be touring almost nonstop through December.

Here’s a look at their upcoming tour dates:

July 7 – San Francisco, CA – Warfield Theatre
July 9 – Grants Pass, OR – Rogue Theatre
July 10 – Eugene, OR – McDonald Theatre
July 12 – Portland, OR – Roseland Theater
July 13 – Seattle, WA – Moore Theatre
July 15 – Vancouver, BC – Vancouver Folk Festival
July 16 – Olympia, WA – Capitol Theatre
July 17 – Missoula, MT – Wilma Theater
July 18 – Bozeman, MT – Emerson Center
July 20 – St. Paul, MN – Fitzgerald Theater
July 21 – Madison, WI – Capitol Theatre
July 22 – Chicago, IL – VIC Theatre
July 23 – Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre
July 25 – Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Hall
July 30 – Newport, RI – Newport Folk Festival
August 2 – Bethesda, MD – Music Center at Strathmore
August 3 – Raleigh, NC – North Carolina Museum of Art
August 4 – Winston-Salem, NC – Ziggy’s
August 5 – Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel
August 6 – Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse
August 11 – New Orleans, LA – Tipitinas Uptown
August 12 – Birmingham, AL – Workplay Soundstage
August 13 – Huntsville, AL – Von Braun Center Concert Hall
August 14 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre
August 17 – Roanoke, VA – Jefferson Cent/Shaftman Performance Hall
August 18 – Charlottesville, VA – Paramount Theatre
August 19 – Richmond, VA – Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
August 20 – Charlotte, NC – Knight Theater at Levine Cent. for the Arts
August 21 – Greenville, SC – Peace Center Concert Hall
August 23 – Bristol, VA – Paramount Center for the Arts
August 24 – Knoxville, TN – Tennessee Theater
August 26 – Boone, NC – Farthing Auditorium
August 27 – Wilmington, NC – Winoca Festival – Battleship Park
August 28 – Charleston, SC – Charleston Music Hall
August 30 – Louisville, KY – Brown Theatre
August 31 – Cincinnati, OH – Moonlite Gardens Amphitheatre
September 1 – Bloomington, IN – The Bluebird
September 3 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
September 4 – Lawrence, KS – Liberty Hall
September 6 – Boulder, CO – Chautauqua Auditorium
September 7 – Arvada, CO – Arvada Center
September 9 – Salt Lake City, UT – Kingsbury Hall
September 17 – Austin, TX – ACL Festival
September 28 – Pioneertown, CA – Pappy & Harriets
September 29 – Los Angeles, CA – Music Box @ Fonda
October 1 – San Francisco, CA – Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival
October 12 – Wichita, KS – Orpheum Theatre
October 13 – Lincoln, NE – Rococo Theatre
October 14 – Des Moines, IA – The Hoyt Sherman Place
October 17 – Grand Rapids, MI – Covenant Fine Arts Center at Calvin College
October 18 – Kent, OH – The Kent Stage
October 19 – Pittsburgh, PA – Byham Theater
October 20 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
October 22 – New York, NY- Beacon Theater
October 23 – Ithaca, NY – State Theatre
October 25 – Montreal, QC – Le National
October 26 – Burlington, VT – Flynn Center
October 27 – Boston, MA – Wilbur Theatre
November 26 – Portsmouth, NH – Music Hall
November 27 – Portland, ME – State Theatre
November 28 – Northampton, MA – Calvin Theater
December 1 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium

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