After a hefty assortment of summer performances, Hasidic reggae singer Matisyahu will head out again this fall with another round of headlining concerts in North America.
The seven-week outing begins October 17 at Flames Central in Calgary, AB, and concludes December 8 at Main Street Armory in Rochester, NY. Along the way, Matisyahu will also stop for gigs on October 22 at The Fillmore in San Francisco, CA; November 3 at the House of Blues in Chicago, IL; November 15 at The Orange Peel in Asheville, NC; November 25 at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue in Washington, DC; and December 7 at St. Andrews Hall in Detroit, MI.
In addition to the tour’s opening night, the performer will hit three other Canadian markets during the late-year run. Those dates are October 18 at Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC; November 29 at Medley in Montreal, QC; and November 30 at Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, ON.
Dub Trio will join the tour as part of Matisyahu’s backing band, but the group is also listed as the opener for select concerts, according to the singer’s official Web site. Moon Taxi, Trevor Hall and SOJA will also support on separate stints of the North American trek.
Matisyahu is promoting his third studio album, “Light,” which dropped on August 25. The effort peaked at No. 19 on the Billboard 200 and is his first full-length record since the release of 2006’s Gold-certified record, “Youth.”
The New York-based performer was on the road for a good part of the summer, leading up to the release of his new album. In all, he performed more than 30 concerts from May through July, which were a mix of supporting and headlining dates, solo sets, and festival performances.
This year will also end on a similar note to last year, when Matisyahu also launched an extensive North American club tour.
(Dates are subject to change.)
|October 17||Calgary, AB||Flames Central|
|October 18||Vancouver, BC||Commodore Ballroom|
|October 19||Eugene, OR||McDonald Theatre|
|October 20||Santa Cruz, CA||The Catalyst|
|October 21||Anaheim, CA||House of Blues|
|October 22||San Francisco, CA||The Fillmore|
|October 24||San Diego, CA||MTS Kick Gas Festival|
|October 25||Tempe, AZ||The Marquee Theatre|
|October 27||Denver, CO||Fillmore Auditorium|
|October 29||Des Moines, IA||People’s|
|October 30||Rock Island, IL||Daytrotter Session|
|October 31||Milwaukee, WI||Pabst Theater|
|November 2||St. Louis, MO||The Pageant|
|November 3||Chicago, IL||House of Blues|
|November 4||Champaign, IL||University of Illinois|
|November 5||Omaha, NE||Slowdown|
|November 7||Birmingham, AL||Five Points Music Hall|
|November 8||New Orleans, LA||Parish @ House of Blues|
|November 10||Charlotte, NC||Fillmore Charlotte|
|November 11||Raleigh, NC||Lincoln Theatre|
|November 12||Greenville, SC||The Handlebar|
|November 14||Charleston, SC||Music Farm|
|November 15||Asheville, NC||The Orange Peel|
|November 16||Lexington, KY||Buster’s|
|November 17||Norfolk, VA||NorVa|
|November 18||Richmond, VA||The National|
|November 19||North Myrtle Beach, SC||House of Blues|
|November 21||Baltimore, MD||Sonar|
|November 22||Worcester, MA||The Palladium|
|November 23||South Burlington, VT||Higher Ground|
|November 24||Clifton Park, NY||Northern Lights|
|November 25||Washington, DC||Sixth & I Historic Synagogue|
|November 28||Atlantic City, NJ||The Borgata|
|November 29||Montreal, QC||Medley|
|November 30||Toronto, ON||Phoenix Concert Theatre|
|December 1||Hartford, CT||Webster Theater|
|December 2||Cleveland, OH||House of Blues|
|December 3||Cincinnati, OH||Bogart’s|
|December 7||Detroit, MI||St. Andrews Hall|
|December 8||Rochester, NY||Main Street Armory|