Lord Huron Add Second Night at The Ryman, April 21 & 22


What initially began as a solo vehicle for frontman Ben Schneider, LA indie folk outfit Lord Huron quickly generated buzz for their early work and debut full band album, Lonesome Dreams, in 2012. Envisioned as a sort of artsy, wistful, urban cowboy aesthetic (a motif they’ve evolved beyond), the band have always meticulously matched their image to their sound, which, across two more full-lengths, 2015’s phenomenal Strange Trails, and, most recently, this year’s Vide Noir, has explored some unexpected and expansive territories. We’ve watched this group grow from the earliest days, including a 2012 stop at The High Watt, and no matter the size of the stage, festival, or wherever they might play, they’re always a magical experience

One of numerous acts recently rained out of performing at Pilgrimage Fest, Lord Huron announced a spring tour earlier this month, with a long-overdue Nashville return, April 22 at The Ryman Auditorium, where they last played in 2015. It’s clear that Music City missed them, as that performance promptly sold the bulk of its tickets, encouraging the band to tack on a second night on the front end, adding a new April 21 show to the trek. Given their schedule, there doesn’t seem to be space for a night three, so if you want to see this stellar band live in such a perfectly-suited and sonically matched space as the Mother Church, we’d urge you not to snooze on Lord Huron’s latest show!

Tickets for the new April 21 date with Michael Nau go on sale Friday, Nov. 2 at 10 a.m. CDT right here (or you can snag ’em during the presale now using code ‘VIDENOIR’). A few tickets for the April 22 are still available as well right here.

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April 12—Chattanooga, TN—The Signal
April 14—Raleigh, NC—The Ritz
April 16—Richmond, VA—The National
April 17—Norfolk, VA—The Norva
April 19—Asheville, NC—Highland Brewing
April 20—Atlanta, GA—Tabernacle
April 21—Nashville, TN—The Ryman Auditorium
April 22—Nashville, TN—The Ryman Auditorium
April 23—Louisville, KY—Louisville Palace
April 25—Birmingham, AL—Iron City
April 26—Athens, GA—40 Watt Club
April 27—Charlotte, NC—Fillmore Charlotte
April 29—Orlando, FL—House Of Blues
April 30—Miami, FL—Fillmore Miami Beach
May 1—Jacksonville, FL—Mavericks
May 3—Mobile, AL—Soul Kitchen
May 6—Columbia, MO—The Blue Note
May 7—Oklahoma City, OK—Criterion
May 9—El Paso, TX—The Lowbrow Palace
May 10—Albuquerque, NM—Sunshine Theatre
May 11—Tucson, AZ—Rialto
May 12—Phoenix, AZ—The Van Buren
May 14—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre

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