Brothers Osborne Adds Headline U.S. Dates To Canadian Routing

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Brothers Osborne are on the bill for the Oro Valley Music Festival at Golf Club at Vistoso in Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 30.
Brothers Osborne was already scheduled to take on a run of dates through Canada, but now the band is adding U.S. dates to that routing, with The Wild Feathers and Lucie Silvas supporting.
Summer has been very busy for Brothers Osborne. They open for Dierks Bentley Aug. 9 in Raleigh, N.C., and continue with an assortment of festivals, fairs and opening gigs for Dierks. They also open for Kenny Chesney for two nights at
The Canadian dates were moving through the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and three cities in Ontario in October. Now headline dates have been mixed in with those in states like Washington, Minnesota, Michigan, North Carolina, and Kentucky. The last chance to catch Brothers Osborne in the U.S. is now Nov. 10 in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Tickets for most new dates are available through fan presales Aug. 7 and the general onsale is Aug. 10. Louisville, Ky., has a fan presale Aug. 14 and goes on sale Aug. 17. 
There is also a U.K. tour planned, further highlighting that country’s increasing affinity for country and Americana music. Brothers Osborne reported 1,300 tickets to a show at O2 ABC Glasgow in Scotland May 13, with Kendell Marvel supporting. That gig reported a gross of $33,986 (24,700 U.K. pounds).
In the U.S., the group’s last reported headline show was Sept. 1, 2017 at The Paramount in Huntington, N.Y., with $47,994 grossed on 1,573 tickets.
The band is pushing tunes off its 2018 album Port Saint Joe. The North American routing, starting with the Spokane, is listed below.
Oct. 17 – Spokane, Wash. – Knitting Factory Concert House
Oct. 18 – Abbotsford, British Columbia – Abbotsford Centre
Oct. 19 – Penticton, British Columbia – South Okanagan Events Centre
Oct. 20 – Calgary, Alberta – MacEwan Hall
Oct. 21 – Edmonton, Alberta – Shaw Conference Centre
Oct. 24 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – O’Brian’s Event Centre
Oct. 25 – Winnipeg, Manitoba – Burton Cummings Theatre for the Performing Arts
Oct. 26 – St Paul, Minn. – Palace Theatre
Oct. 27 – Madison, Wis. – The Sylvee
Oct. 28 – Grand Rapids, Mich. – 20 Monroe Live
Nov. 1 – Toronto, Ontario – Rebel Complex
Nov. 2 – Kitchener, Ontario – Elements
Nov. 3 – London, Ontario – London Music Hall
Nov. 8 – Asheville, N.C. – Thomas Wolfe Civic Center Auditorium
Nov. 9 – Louisville, Ky. – Palace Theatre
Nov. 10 – Fort Wayne, Ind. – Clyde Theatre