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Published: 2014/01/22

Infamous Stringdusters Announce New Album, Tour

The Infamous Stringdusters have announced that they will be releasing their next studio album, Let It Go, on April 1. The band has also confirmed an extensive spring tour in support of the LP’s release. The first leg—which will feature support from Fruition—will kick off at the Jefferson Theater in Charlottesville, VA before the band makes its way across the East Coast. The second leg—with support from The Boston Boys—will get started with a two-night run at Denver’s Ogden Theater. The band will then hit up a number of cities out west on their way to the a tour-closing gig at Jazz Fest in New Orleans in April 25.

In addition to performing plenty of new material, The Stringdusters will also use their album and tour to raise money for The Conservation Alliance. $1 from every album and ticket sold will go to the nonprofit, which engages businesses to fund and partner with organizations to protect wild places for their habitat and recreation values. The band will also be joined on the road by their friends from Keen Footwear and Klean Kanteen, who will be raising funds for the Concervation Alliance and spreading awareness about the dangers facing the country’s natural wonders and resources.

As previously reported, The Infamous Stringdusters will also be embarking on a Ski Tour throughout much of the Mountain West in February.

Infamous Stringdusters Tour Dates

February 6-9 Big Sky, MT – Big Sky Big Grass

February 11 Jackson, WY – Mangy Moose

February 12 Jackson, WY – Mangy Moose

February 14 Park City, UT – Park City Live

February 15 Fort Collins, CO – The Aggie

February 16 Fort Collins, CO – The Aggie

February 17 Aspen, CO – The Belly Up

February 18 Aspen, CO – The Belly Up

February 20 Telluride, CO – Sheridan Opera House

February 21 Telluride, CO – Sheridan Opera House

February 22 Gunnison, CO – Last Chance

February 23 Vail, CO – Winter Wondergrass
March 12 Charlottesville, VA—The Jefferson Theater*
March 13 Raleigh, NC—Lincoln Theatre*
March 14 Atlanta, GA—Terminal West*
March 15 Asheville, NC—Orange Peel*
March 17 St. Louis, MO—Old Rock House*
March 18 Chicago, IL—Lincoln Hall*
March 20 Kalamazoo, MI—Bells Eccentric Café*
March 21 Cleveland, OH—Beachland Ballroom*
March 22 Syracuse, NY—Westcott Theater*
March 23 Hudson, NY—Club Helsinki*
March 25 Burlington, VT—Higher Ground*
March 26 Boston, MA—Paradise Rock Club*
March 27 New York, NY—Bowery Ballroom*
March 28 Baltimore, MD—Rams Head Live*
March 29 Washington, DC—9:30 Club*
April 11 Denver, CO—Ogden Theatre^
April 12 Denver, CO—Ogden Theatre^
April 15 Bozeman, MT—The Emerson Center^
April 16 Missoula, MT—Top Hat Lounge^
April 17 Seattle, WA—Neptune Theatre^
April 18 Portland, OR—Wonder Ballroom^
April 19 San Francisco, CA—The Independent^
April 22 Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up^
April 23 Flagstaff, AZ—Orpheum Theater
April 25 New Orleans, LA—No Jazz & Heritage Festival^
June 14 Palisade, CO—Palisade Bluegrass and Roots 

(*) with Fruition
(^) with The Boston Boys

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