St. Paul & The Broken Bones Announce Extensive Theater Tour

Acclaimed live performers St. Paul & The Broken Bones will hit the road this year for an extensive tour of theaters across North America.

The eight-piece, originally from Birmingham, Alabama, will launch the tour, which comes in conjunction with the release of the album Angels In Science Fiction, May 21 at Greenville, South Carolina’s Peace Center Concert Hall. That show follows a performance at the Southern Skies Festival in Knoxville. The tour – which is interspersed with numerous festival plays — will take the band to Chicago, New York and Washington, D.C., and includes two nights at the Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas. The loop wraps up November 20 at the Cheyenne Civic Center in Cheyenne, Wyoming. See the full routing below.

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Photo by Paige Sara

Tickets will be available for presale May 3 at 10 a.m. local and May 4 at 10:00 A.M. local ahead of the general on-sale starting May 5 at 10 a.m. local time. See here for additional information and to purchase tickets.

Recent highlights submitted to Pollstar Boxoffice include two sold-out nights at Philadelphia’s Brooklyn Bowl, grossing $79,919 on a total of 1,776 tickets.

St. Paul & The Broken Bones Tour 2023

May 20-21—Knoxville, TN—Southern Skies Festival
May 21—Greenville, SC—Peace Center Concert Hall
May 23—Augusta, GA—Miller Theatre
May 25—Wilmington, NC—Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
May 25-28—Cumberland, MD—DelFest
May 25-28—Martinsville, VA—Rooster Walk 13
June 10—New York, NY—SummerStage in Central Park
June 17-18—Los Angeles, CA—Hollywood Bowl Jazz Festival
June 18—Napa, CA—Blue Note Summer Sessions
June 23—Greenfield, MA—Green River Festival
June 25—Saratoga Springs, NY—Saratoga Performing Arts Center
July 8—Saskatoon, SK—Sasktek Saskatchewan Jazz Festival
July 9—Calgary, AB—Calgary Stampede
July 23—Stuttgart, Germany—Jazz Open Stuttgart
August 11—Telluride, CO—Telluride Jazz Festival 2023
August 17—Minneapolis, MN— Bauhaus Brew Labs
August 25—Tisbury, MA—Beach Road Weekend
September 23—Louisville, KY—Old Forester’s Paristown Hall 
September 24—Bloomington, IL—Castle Theatre 
September 26—Indianapolis, IN—Murat Theater 
September 27—Kalamazoo, MI—State Theater 
September 29—Chicago, IL—Riviera Theater 
September 30—Milwaukee, WI—Pabst Theater 
October 1—Detroit, MI—Royal Oak Music Theatre 
October 3—Toronto, ON—Queen Elizabeth Theatre 
October 5—Boston, MA—Emerson Colonial Theatre 
October 6—Montclair, NJ—Wellmont Theater 
October 7—Port Chester, NY—Capitol Theatre 
October 9—Huntington, NY—The Paramount 
October 10—Washington, D.C.—Warner Theatre 
October 11—Durham, NC—Carolina Theatre 
October 13—Charlotte, NC—Knight Theater 
October 14—Charleston, SC—Charleston Music Hall 
October 29—Pelham, TN—The Caverns 
October 30—Memphis, TN—Minglewood Hall 
October 31—Wichita, KS—Wave 
November 2—Dallas, TX—Majestic Theatre 
November 3—Austin, TX—Paramount Theatre 
November 4—Austin, TX—Paramount Theatre 
November 6—Tuscon, AZ—Fox Theatre 
November 8—San Diego, CA—The Magnolia 
November 10—San Luis Obispo, CA—Fremont Theater 
November 13—Portland, OR—Crystal Ballroom 
November 14—Vancouver, BC—Vogue Theatre 
November 15—Seattle, WA—Moore Theatre 
November 17—Salt Lake City, UT—Capitol Theater 
November 18—Denver, CO—Ellie Caulkens Opera House 
November 19—Aspen, CO—Belly Up Aspen 
November 20—Cheyenne, WY—Cheyenne Civic Center