Howie Day’s Winter/Spring Tour Plans

After playing last night’s show in his adopted home base of New York City, Howie Day has a U.S. travel itinerary booked that will keep him busy performing through June as he continues supporting his most recent album.

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– Howie Day

Day independently released 2015’s Lanterns as the follow-up to 2009’s Sound the Alarm album on Epic Records.

“This record was funded by fans and me. No one else. … There were no artistic compromises,” Day said. “With all of the noise in the digital realm these days, promotion by word of mouth is so much more powerful than all of the radio and TV in the world because it’s more fun discovering a new album from a friend, and a thousand times more authentic.”

The singer/songwriter kicked off his 2017 tour with two nights in Denver last weekend. The next place to catch him is in Sellersville, Pa., March 10. Here’s the routing:

March 10 – Sellersville, Pa., Sellersville Theater 1894
March 11 – Washington, DC, The Hamilton Live
March 12 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Hard Rock Cafe
March 14 – Rensselaer, Ind., Embers Venue
March 15 – Spring Lake, Mich., Seven Steps Up Live Music & Event Venue
March 16 – Chicago, Ill., City Winery Chicago
March 17 – Chicago, Ill., City Winery Chicago
March 18 – Indianapolis, Ind., Rathskeller
March 20 – Minneapolis, Minn., Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant
March 21 – Marshfield, Wis., Wildwood Station
March 22 – Milwaukee, Wis., Shank Hall
March 23 – Edwardsville, Ill., Wildey Theatre
March 25 – Alma, Ark., The Founder’s Room of Alma
March 26 – Kansas City, Mo., The Tank Room
March 28 – Oklahoma City, Okla., The Blue Door
March 29 – Austin, Texas, The Listening Room at Winflo
March 31 – Dallas, Texas, The Kessler Theater
April 2 – The Woodlands, Texas, Dosey Doe
April 5 – New Orleans, La., Gasa Gasa
April 6 – Birmingham, Ala., WorkPlay Theatre
April 7 – Macon, Ga., Cox Capitol Theatre
April 9 – Richmond, Va., The Tin Pan
April 11 – Annapolis, Md., Rams Head On Stage
April 13 – Uncasville, Conn., Wolf Den
June 22 – Pawling, N.Y., Daryl’s House
June 23 – Scituate, Mass., The River Club
June 24 – Fairfield, Conn., Fairfield Theatre StageOne
June 25 – Shirley, Mass., Bull Run Restaurant

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For a blast from the past, click here for Pollstar’s 2003 cover story on Howie when he was a rising “Hotstar.”