I’ve been fortunate enough to see Ray LaMontagne in concert a handful of times. As awkward as he can be, the man is absolutely stunning in a live setting, particularly in venues that are more intimate. How much do I dig Ray? I (almost) missed my beloved Yankees last World Series win to catch a LaMontagne gig-I barely made it home for the 9th inning.
Anyway, Ray hasn’t released an album in a couple of years, but he is headed back on the road for a series of intimate, acoustic gigs around the U.S.
Each show will be “An Evening with Ray LaMontagne,” and will not feature a support act.
All of the newly added shows will go on sale on Friday Sept. 14th, with the exception of the first two, Constitution Hall in Washington, DC on November 16th, and Philadelphia’s Tower Theater on November 17th. Both of these shows will go on sale this Friday, September 7th at 10am EST.
Do yourself a favor and catch one of these shows if you can. You won’t regret it.
November 16 – Washington, DC – Constitution Hall
November 17 – Philadelphia, PA – Tower Theater
November 19- Montclair, NJ – The Wellmont Theatre
November 20 – Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre
November 23 – Boston, MA – Orpheum Theatre
November 26 – New York, NY – Carnegie Hall
November 28 – Atlanta, GA – Cobb Energy PAC
November 29 – Nashville, TN- Ryman Auditorium
November 30- Chicago, IL – The Chicago Theatre (already sold out)
December 3- Columbus, OH- Palace Theatre
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