Amos Lee Announces 2022 US Tour Dates


Amos Lee has unveiled details of a coast-to-coast US tour this summer, kicking off just after Memorial Day at Los Angeles’ The Theatre at Ace Hotel before stops at iconic venues like Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater. Tickets for each of the fifteen just-announced shows will go on sale to the public on Friday January 21 at 10AM local time, with artist presale via Tickets Today beginning on Wednesday January 19 at 10AM local time and local presales beginning on Thursday January 20 at 10AM local time. The string of new dates add to an already-extensive 2022 tour schedule for Lee, which also includes seventeen East Coast and Midwest dates across three weeks this April. Highlights of that April run include Lee’s first hometown show since the pandemic at The Met in Philadelphia, and a special performance at The Kennedy Center in Washington DC alongside The National Symphony Orchestra. Find full information on Lee’s 2022 US tour here:

With new details of his return to the road, Lee has also shared the uplifting and joyous original “See The Light,” the Billboard chart-topping artist’s latest look at his upcoming new album Dreamland (out February 11 on Dualtone Records). The song finds Lee courageously opening up about struggles with isolation (“when I fall off the map / disappear without a trace”) and panic attacks (“when I can’t breathe in / and I’m falling out of line”) and the mantras he’s leaned on to overcome – see the light…hold on. Listen to “See The Light” and watch the accompanying visual, directed by GOODNICETHANKS and featuring Shaina Cardwell and Emerson Davis below.

This past week, Lee also brought Dreamland to national television with an appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show; where he performed a special stripped-down version of the album’s “Worry No More” from the California coast. An enduring radio hit from the new record, “Worry No More” has been met with Top 5 success as it continues to climb both the AAA and Americana singles charts.

“See The Light” and “Worry No More” are both cornerstones of Dreamland, an eleven-song collection which sees Lee taking perhaps his most profound turn inward to chronicle his own struggles with anxiety, loneliness and despair. The album channels Lee’s “greatest asset: the weathered voice which he uses to plumb emotional depths” (Pitchfork) as he crafts music “to help listeners heal” (Salon) and to destigmatize conversations around mental health. Pre-order Dreamland here:

April 8 – State Theatre – Portland, ME+
April 9 – Lynn Memorial Auditorium – Lynn, MA+
April 11 – The Flynn – Burlington, VT+
April 12 – Zeiterion PAC – New Bedford, MA+
April 14 – Beacon Theatre – New York, NY+
April 15 – The Met Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA+
April 16 – UMass Fine Arts Center – Amherst, MA+
April 18 – The Egg – Albany, NY+
April 19 – Kennedy Center – Washington, DC*
April 20 – Byham Theater – Pittsburgh, PA+
April 22 – Pabst Theater – Milwaukee, WI+
April 23 – Orpheum Theater Madison – Madison, WI+
April 24 – Orpheum Theatre – Minneapolis, MN+
April 26 – Uptown Theater – Kansas City, MO+
April 27 – Cannon Center for the Performing Arts – Memphis, TN+
April 29 – Tennessee Theatre – Knoxville, TN+
April 30 – Thomas Wolfe Auditorium – Asheville, NC+
May 29 – Bottle Rock – Napa, CA
May 31 – The Theatre at Ace Hotel – Los Angeles, CA
June 3 – Humphreys Concerts by the Bay – San Diego, CA
June 4 – Fox Tucson Theatre – Tucson, AZ~
June 5 – Ikeda Theater – Mesa, AZ~
June 7 – Lensic Performing Arts Center – Santa Fe, NM~
June 9 – Tobin Center for the Performing Arts – San Antonio, TX~
June 10 – Cullen Performance Hall – Houston, TX~
June 11 – Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater – Austin, TX
June 14 – The Pageant – St. Louis, MO~
June 19 – Rock The Ruins at Holliday Park – Indianapolis, IN~
June 20 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
June 21 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
June 23 – Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium – Chattanooga, TN
June 24 – Charleston Music Hall – Charleston, SC~
June 25 – Durham Performing Arts Center – Durham, NC~

* with the National Symphony Orchestra
+ support from Jensen McRae
~ support from Neal Francis