Iconic singer-songwriter and political activist Arlo Guthrie will resume his extensive touring efforts after the holidays for the Lost World Tour 2009. Guthrie’s schedule...

Iconic singer-songwriter and political activist Arlo Guthrie will resume his extensive touring efforts after the holidays for the Lost World Tour 2009. Guthrie’s schedule is currently scheduled to begin January 17 with a concert at Cypress Avenue in Cork, IRE, and wrap with his August 27-30 performances at the Tønder Music Festival in Tønder, DEN.

Son of folk legend Woody Guthrie, the musician currently has 40 concerts booked for North America, from February 12-13 at The American Theater in Hampton, VA, to July 3-5 at The Church in Housatonic, MA. The coast-to-coast circuit also includes two-night stands on March 3-4 at The Lyric Theatre in Stuart, FL, on March 11-12 at The Manship Theatre in Baton Rouge, LA, on March 27-28 at Cache Valley center for the Arts in Logan, UT, and on May 13-14 at The Ark in Ann Arbor, MI.

Four shows in Ontario, Canada, are also set for the North American tour, from a May 8 session at The Rose Theatre in Brampton through a May 11 gig at The Richmond Hill Centre in Richmond. Ticket onsale information and prices for the entire tour can be found on Guthrie’s official Web site.

The three-night run in Housatonic, MA, will feature Guthrie at The Church, a location made famous in his 1967 debut album’s title song, “Alice’s Restaurant.” The folk singer has since purchased the property and converted it into the Guthrie Center, which now serves as an interfaith meeting place and center for a variety of local and international service programs.

Arlo Guthrie itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

January 17Cork, IRECyprus Avenue
January 18Dublin, IREWhelan’s
January 20Galway, IRERoisin Dubh
January 24Castlebar, IRETF Theatre
January 25Culdaf, IREMcGrory’s
January 26Belfast, NIRThe Managerie
January 28Glasgow, SCORoyal Concert Hall
January 30Durham, ENGThe Gala Durham Theatre
January 31Manchester, ENGDancehouse
February 1York, ENGThe Duchess
February 3Oxford, ENGWesleyan Methodist Church
February 4Cardiff, WALThe Globe
February 5 – 6London, ENGThe 100 Club
February 12 – 13Hampton, VAThe American Theater
February 14Durham, NCThe Carolina Theater
February 15Newberry, SCThe Newberry Opera House
February 26Jacksonville, FLThe Florida Theater
February 27Gainesville, FLCurtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
February 28Mount Dora, FLCHBS Field House
March 1Fort Lauderdale, FLBroward Center – Parker Playhouse
March 3 – 4Stuart, FLThe Lyric Theatre
March 5Melbourne, FLThe King Center
March 7Tampa, FLThe Tampa Theater
March 9Oxford, MSThe Gertrude C. Ford Center
March 11 – 12Baton Rouge, LAThe Manship Theater
March 13Lake Charles, LAFG Bulber Auditorium
March 20Grand Junction, COThe Avalon Theater
March 24Aspen, COThe Wheeler Opera House
March 27 – 28Logan, UTCache Valley Center for the Arts
March 29Salt Lake City, UTKingsbury Hall
April 2Portland, ORTemple Beth Israel GC Benefit
April 4San Francisco, CAJewish Community Center
April 5Santa Cruz, CAThe Rio Theater
April 7Livermore, CALivermore Valley PAC
April 8Sacramento, CAThe Crest Theater
April 11Beaver Creek, COThe Vilar Center
April 12Boulder, COThe Boulder Theater
April 15Wichita, KSThe Orpheum Theater
April 18Homestead, PACarnegie Library Music Hall
May 6Buffalo, NYPerforming Arts Center at Rockwell Hall
May 8Brampton, ONThe Rose Theatre
May 9Parry Sound, ONThe Charles W Stockey Centre
May 10Kingston, ONThe Grand Theatre
May 11Richmond Hill, ONThe Richmond Hill Centre
May 13 – 14Ann Arbor, MIThe Ark
July 3 – 5Housatonic, MAThe Church
August 27 – 30Tønder, DENTønder Music Festival

Last Updated on March 2, 2009 by By Allison Reitz