The pair’s eight-city run kicks off September 12 on the Central Park SummerStage in New York and focuses on both coasts, hitting Philadelphia; Los Angeles; San Francisco; Vancouver, B.C., and Seattle before finishing up in the Midwest with shows in Minneapolis and Chicago. Winehouse and Nutini will play two shows each in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
After the U.S. run, Winehouse will head to Europe for a pair of dates – October 22 at the Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam and October 30 at Ancienne Belgique in Brussels, Belgium – before settling into an 11-city U.K run. Scheduled stops include The NIA in Birmingham (November 14), Carling Academy in Newcastle (November 18), Brixton Academy in London (November 22), International Centre in Bournemouth (November 22), and Waterfront Hall in Belfast (December 3).
Nutini will follow his co-headlining stint with a month-long series of club and theatre shows in the States, beginning October 30 at Regents Center in Decorah, Iowa. Other highlights include Rams Head Live! in Baltimore (October 5), Mr. Small’s Theatre in Pittsburgh (October 8), the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee (October 11), The Pagent in St. Louis (October 14), Harry O’s in Park City, Utah (October 19), the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville (October 26), and Tabernacle in Atlanta (October 27).
The singer will also join a lineup that includes Rage Against the Machine, The Smashing Pumpkins, Wilco, Sinead O’Connor, Tiësto, Dr. John, J.J. Grey & Mofro, Kings of Leon, Zap Mama, Ghostland Observatory and many more for the Voodoo Music Experience in New Orleans City Park October 26-28.