Dawes Books Fall Headline Dates

So, what’s new with Dawes? The Los Angeles folk rockers just released a new video from their latest album along with a new batch of fall dates that will keep the band on the road through late October.  

Dawes has been busy this year playing its own headline dates in addition to opening for Bob Dylan, co-headlining with Dr. Dog and making festival appearances. The group put out its third studio album – Stories Don’t End – in April, which Paste calls “their most intricate music to date, full of colorful detours and surprising instrumental flavors.”

Check out the video for “Most People” at the end of this post. 

Photo: Noah Abrams

The fall tour launches Sept. 19 in Kent, Ohio, and wraps with a set at Festival. The Las Vegas fest, which hasn’t unveiled its daily lineup, is scheduled Oct. 26-27.

Here’s where you can find the band in September & October:

Sept. 19 – Kent, Ohio, Kent State University     
Sept. 21 – Canton, Mass., Prowse Farm  ()
Sept. 22 – Portland, Maine, State Theatre     
Sept. 24 – York, Pa., Strand-Capitol Perf. Arts Center     
Sept. 25 – West Long Branch, N.J., Pollak Theatre     
Sept. 27 – Urbana, Ill., Urbana Civic Center Outdoor Annex ()
Sept. 28 – Nashville, Tenn., Riverfront Park ()
Sept. 29 – Charleston, W.Va., Clay Center For The Arts & Sciences (appearing with Ani DiFranco)    
Oct. 1 – Iowa City, Iowa, The Englert Theatre     
Oct. 2 – Columbia, Mo., The Blue Note     
Oct. 4 – Oklahoma City, Okla., Diamond Ballroom     
Oct. 5 – Dallas, Texas, South Side Music Hall     
Oct. 6 – Austin, Texas, Zilker Park ()
Oct. 8 – Athens, Ga., Georgia Theatre     
Oct. 9 – Opelika, Ala., Lebanon Arts District Downtown Opelika     
Oct. 11 – Baton Rouge, La., Manship Theatre     
Oct. 12 – Houston, Texas, Warehouse Live     
Oct. 13 – Austin, Texas, Zilker Park ()
Oct. 15 – Pensacola, Fla., Vinyl Music Hall     
Oct. 16 – Saint Petersburg, Fla., State Theatre     
Oct. 18 – Live Oak, Fla., Spirit Of The Suwannee Music Park ()
Oct. 19 – Charleston, S.C., Blackbaud Stadium ()
Oct. 20 – Birmingham, Ala., WorkPlay Theatre     
Oct. 22 – Memphis, Tenn., Minglewood Hall     
Oct. 23 – Little Rock, Ark., Revolution Music Room

Johnathan Rice, Caitlin Rose and Jason Isbell support on select dates.

Tickets are available at select independent retailers now and go on sale online Aug. 2.

For more info click here for Dawes’ website.