Don’t Give Up On Andy Grammer Tour

Andy Grammer
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– Andy Grammer
Andy Grammar entertains the crowd at the Orange Bowl NCAA football game at Miami Gardens, Fla., Dec. 30.
Andy Grammer is approaching the release of his fourth album and has a two-month tour to promote the new tunes. 
The new dates begin at House of Blues in San Diego Sept. 2 and continue until Nov. 1 at House of Blues in Boston. If you didn’t notice the pattern yet, there are five other Live Nation-owned House of Blues venues on the routing, including in Chicago, Cleveland, Orlando, New Orleans and Dallas. 
Other venues on the routing include AEG’s Ogden Theatre in Denver Sept. 18 and The Wiltern in Los Angeles. The full routing is listed at the bottom of this article. 
Tickets to the show are available now. 
Grammer’s fourth album, Naïve, is set to hit physical and digital shelves July 26. He performed the album’s lead single “Don’t Give Up On Me” with the PS22 Chorus of Public School 22 in New York in a video that has since received tens of millions of views. 

Grammer has been touring North American clubs for years and a highlight from last year was his show at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center in Westhampton Beach, N.Y., June 29, which grossed $55,770 and sold 382 tickets. He also grossed $36,363 at 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C., April 10, 2018, reporting 1,173 tickets sold. 
His manager, Ben Singer of SMG Entertainment, spoke to Pollstar in 2017 about Grammer’s trifecta of performances at the Orange Bowl, the Tournament of Roses and Times Square New Year’s Eve. 
“I think what I love about his live show is that he’s just such good friends with everybody that’s in his band and there’s a chemistry that people can really feel in the audience,” Singer said. “Because you can go to a show and someone’s band sounds tight but when you go to a show and their band sounds tight and it looks like they’re all really having a lot of fun, it makes you want to have a lot of fun. And I think that’s what’s exciting about Andy’s shows. It’s almost just like people hanging out, playing music.”
Sept 2                San Diego, CA               House of Blues
Sept 3               Flagstaff, AZ                  Northern Arizona University
Sept 5               Los Angeles, CA            The Wiltern
Sept 6               Rohnert Park, CA           Green Music Center at Sonoma State University
Sept 7               San Francisco, CA          The Fillmore
Sept 12            Sacramento, CA            Ace of Spades
Sept 14            Seattle, WA                  The Moore Theatre
Sept 15            Spokane, WA                The Knitting Factory
Sept 18            Denver, CO                   Ogden Theatre
Sept 20            Omaha, NE                   Slowdown
Sept 22            Minneapolis, MN          Varsity Theater
Sept 24            Chicago, IL                    House of Blues 
Sept 26            Cleveland, OH               House of Blues 
Sept 28            New York, NY                Pier 17 at South Street Seaport
Sept 29            Philadelphia, PA            Theater of Living Arts
Oct 1                Silver Spring, MD          The Fillmore
Oct 2                Ridgefield, CT                The Ridgefield Playhouse
Oct 4                Durham, NC                  Carolina Theatre
Oct 5                Charleston, SC              Music Farm
Oct 6                Charlotte, NC                The Fillmore Charlotte
Oct 8                Atlanta, GA                   Buckhead Theatre
Oct 9                Nashville, TN                 Cannery Ballroom
Oct 10              Birmingham, AL            Iron City
Oct 11              Orlando, FL                   House of Blues 
Oct 13              New Orleans, LA           House of Blues 
Oct 14              Dallas, TX                      House of Blues 
Oct 15              Oklahoma City, OK        The Jones Assembly
Oct 17              Knoxville, TN                 The Mill & Mine
Oct 20              Indianapolis, IN            Deluxe at Old National Centre
Oct 21              Milwaukee, WI             Tuner Hall Ballroom
Oct 25              MC Kees Rocks, PA        Roxian Theatre
Oct 27              Richmond, VA               The National
Oct 30              Providence, RI               The Strand
Nov 1               Boston, MA                   House of Blues