Rock and Roll Hall of Famers David Crosby and Graham Nash began harmonizing together in 1968 and haven’t stopped since. This fall, the two...

Rock and Roll Hall of Famers David Crosby and Graham Nash began harmonizing together in 1968 and haven’t stopped since. This fall, the two will be trading harmonies once again when they head out on a 26-city tour.

The tour’s first date on September 27 in Oakland, CA is a concert celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Seva Foundation. Also appearing are Jackson Brown, Bonnie Raitt, Los Lobos and host Wavy Gravy. The venues include a mix of performing arts centers and theaters. The tour ends on November 9 in Sioux City, IA.

The outing is a follow-up to their successful twosome trek last year, which marked the first time since 2005 that they toured together outside of the larger Crosby, Stills & Nash and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young configurations.

Both artists will draw from their vast solo catalogs throughout their careers as well as from their duet albums.

Crosby first rose to fame as a founding member of the seminal folk-rock group The Byrds. Graham hit stardom during the British Invasion with The Hollies.

David Crosby / Graham Nash itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

September 27 Oakland, CA Paramount Theatre
October 4 Wilmington, DE Grand Opera House
October 5 Reading, PA Sovereign PAC
October 7 Washington, DC Lisner Auditorium
October 8 Keswick, PA Keswick Theater
October 10 Shippensburg, PA H. Ric Luhrs PAC
October 11 Wayne, NJ Shea Center for the Performing Arts
October 13 New Brunswick, NJ State Theatre
October 14 Westbury, NY Capital Bank Theatre at Westbury
October 16 Purchase, NY Purchase College
October 17 Torrington, CT Warner Theatre
October 19 Westhampton Beach, NY PAC
October 20 Ithaca, NY State Theatre
October 22 Tiffin, OH Ritz Theatre
October 23 Newark, OH Midland Theatre
October 25 French Lick, IN French Lick Resort Casino
October 26 Springfield, IL University of Illinois
October 28 Wausau, WI Grand Theater
October 29 Green Bay, WI Meyer Theater
October 31 University Park, IL Center for the Performing Arts
November 1 Mason City, IA North Iowa Community College
November 3 Milwaukee, WI Pabst Theater
November 4 St. Louis, MO Sheldon Concert Hall
November 6 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theatre
November 7 Salina, KS Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts
November 9 Sioux City, IA Orpheum Theater