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Published: 2014/06/04

Matisyahu Announces Tour Behind Akeda

Matisyahu will hit the road beginning June 4 in support of his fifth album Akeda, out now via Elm City Music. The kickoff show will serve as a release show at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles and will include a discussion moderated by Scott Goldman, vice president of the Grammy Foundation and MusiCares. All proceed will benefit the Grammy foundation.

Leading up to the release, Matisyahu previewed his new album at The Merc in New York on Monday with a band that featured the Dub Trio along with longtime collaborators Rob Marscher and Aaron Dugan, drawing from his two longtime bands.

Tickets for the shows are on sale here.

Matisyahu Tour Dates:

June 4 Los Angeles, CA—The Grammy Museum
June 7 Hagatna, Guam—Paseo de Susana Park
June 8 Honolulu, HI—Kakaako Amphitheatre
June 12 Honolulu, HI—Republik
June 14 Kahului, Maui, HI—Maui Arts & Cultural Center
June 15 Lihue, Kuai, HI—Kilohana Plantation
June 19 Asbury Park, NJ—The Stone Pony
June 20 Baltimore, MD—Power Plant Live
June 21 Long Island, NY—Beer Fields Craft Beer
June 22 Hampton Beach, NH—Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
July 3 Del Mar, CA—San Diego State Fair
July 4 Fairplay, CO—The Southpark Music Festival Center
July 5 Milwaukee, WI—Summerfest
July 11 Mooresville, IN—Serendipity Festival
July 12 Salt Lake City, UT—Reggae Rise Up
July 13 Costa Mesa, CA—OC Fair and Event Center
August 3 Philadelphia, PA—Reggae In The Park
August 25 Redding, CA—Cascade Theatre
August 26 Reno, NV—Knitting Factory
August 27 Jacksonville, OR—Britt Pavilion ^
August 28 Saratoga, CA—The Mountain Winery ^
August 29 Las Vegas, NV—Hard Rock Hotel & Casino ^
August 30 Riverside, CA—Fox Performing Arts Center
August 31 Pozo, CA—Pozo Saloon ^
September 4 Joshua Tree, CA—Joshua Tree Retreat Center #
September 14 Wilmington, NC—California Roots Festival: Carolina Sessions #
September 16 Richmond, VA—The National #
September 17 Asheville, NC—The Orange Peel #
September 20 Norfolk, VA—The Norva #
September 21 Cleveland, OH—House of Blues #
September 22 Buffalo, NY—Town Ballroom #
September 23 Toronto, ON—Concert Theatre #
September 26 Cincinnati, OH—Bogart’s #
September 27 Pittsburgh, PA—Stage AE #
September 28 Detroit, MI—St. Andrews Hall #
September 30 Kansas City, MO—The Pageant #
October 2 Minneapolis, MN—First Avenue #
October 4 Chicago, IL—Concord Music Hall #
October 5 Des Moines, IA—Wooly’s #
October 7 Aspen, CO—The Black Sheep #
October 8 Boulder, CO—Boulder Theatre #
October 9 Telluride, CO—Club Red #
October 12 Boise, ID—Knitting Factory Concert House #
October 13 Missoula, MT—The Wilma Theatre #
October 14 Spokane, WA—Knitting Factory #
October 15 Portland, OR—Crystal Ballroom #
October 16 Seattle, WA—Showbox at The Market #
October 17 Bend, OR—Midtown Ballroom #
October 21 Ventura, CA—Majestic Ventura Theatre
October 23 Los Angeles, CA—Club Nokia at L.A. Live #
October 27 Tempe, AZ—The Marquee Theatre #
October 28 Tucson, AZ—Rialto Theatre #
October 29 Albuquerque, NM—Sunshine Theatre #
October 30 El Paso, TX—Tricky Falls #
October 31 San Antonio, TX—Tobin Center for the Performing Arts- River Walk Plaza #
November 1 Dallas, TX—House of Blues #
November 2 Austin, TX—Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheatre #
November 3 Houston, TX—House of Blues #
November 4 New Orleans, LA—House of Blues #
November 5 Atlanta, GA—Terminal West at King Plow #
November 6 Charleston, SC—The Music Farm #
November 7 St. Petersburg, FL—Jannus Live #
November 8 Boca Raton, FL—Mizner Park Amphitheatre #
November 10 Gainesville, FL—Curtis M. Phillips Center #
November 11 Lake Buena Vista, FL—House of Blues #
November 12 Jacksonville, FL—Florida Theatre #
November 13 Pensacola, FL—Vinyl Music Hall #

(^ with Radical Something and Ozomatli)
(# with Radical Something)

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