Iron & White Plot North American Tour This Fall Following New EP Iron & White Plot North American Tour This Fall Following New EP
Folk artist Sam Beam, known as Iron & Wine, is about to head out onto the North American leg of his world tour, following... Iron & White Plot North American Tour This Fall Following New EP

Folk artist Sam Beam, known as Iron & Wine, is about to head out onto the North American leg of his world tour, following the forthcoming EP Weed Garden.

Earlier this year, Iron & Wine announced a world tour, ending in North America. The trek is slated to begin on September 21 in Kansas City, Missouri. Throughout the run, he will make stops in cities like Sacramento, Santa Fe, Montreal, Portland, Nashville, and Atlanta before wrapping up in Memphis, Tennessee on November 17. He will be joined by Erin Rae throughout September and October, and then Ohmme will step in as an opening act throughout November. Additionally, Carl Boemel will perform during the gig in St. Louis, Missouri.

Weed Garden, due August 21, is a 6-track EP featuring songs that Beam didn’t have time to finish while creating his 2017 record Beast Epic, Mxdwn reports. It will include “Waves of Galveston,” “Last of Your Rock ‘n’ Roll Heroes,” “Milkweed,” “Autumn Town Leaves,” “Talking to Fog,” and his latest single, “What Hurts Worse.”

Iron & Wine is best-known for 2004’s “Naked As We Come” from Our Endless Numbered Days, “Flightless Bird, American Mouth” from 2007’s The Shepard’s Dog, and Beast Epic singles “Thomas County Law” and “Call It Dreaming.”

Check out his full list of tour dates below.

Visit Ticket Club to find tickets to see Iron & Wine on tour this year. 

Iron & Wine Tour Dates 2018

Sep. 21 – Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland*
Sep. 22 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre*
Sep. 23 – Salt Lake City, UT – Capitol Theatre*
Sep. 24 – Boise, ID – Revolution Center*
Sep. 26 – Eureka, CA – Arkley Center for the Performing Arts*
Sep. 27 – Sacramento, CA – Crest Theatre*
Sep. 28 – Anaheim, CA – House of Blues*
Sep. 29 – Tucson, AZ – Rialto Theatre*
Sep. 30 – Sante Fe, NM – Lensic Performing Arts Center*
Oct. 2 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom*
Oct. 3 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant^
Oct. 4 – Milwaukee, WI – The Pabst Theater*
Oct. 5 – Bloomington, IL – Castle Theatre*
Oct. 6 – Columbus, OH – Southern Theatre*
Nov. 2 – Ann Arbor, MI – Michigan Theater**
Nov. 3 – Toronto, ON – Queen Elizabeth Theatre**
Nov. 4 – Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre**
Nov. 6 – Portland, ME – State Theatre**
Nov. 7 – Huntington, NY – The Paramount**
Nov. 8 – Glenside, PA – Keswick Theatre**
Nov. 9 – Norfolk, VA – NorVa**
Nov. 10 – Raleigh, NC – Meymandi Concert Hall**
Nov. 12 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium**
Nov. 14 – Augusta, GA – Miller Theater**
Nov. 15 – Tampa, FL – Tampa Theatre**
Nov. 16 – Atlanta, GA – Buckhead Theatre**
Nov. 17 – Memphis, TN – Orpheum Theatre**