Gregory Alan Isakov has expanded his upcoming spring/summer tour supporting Zak Brown Band with a mix of new headlining dates of his own. The folk singer-songwriter continues to tour in support of his latest studio effort, 2018’s Grammy-nominated Evening Machines.
Isakov’s 2020 tour schedule is set to begin on May 24th with two shows in Gilford, NH supporting Brown, and will now include headlining performances in Providence, RI (5/26); Beverly, MA (5/28); Richmond, VA (6/3); a stop at the Nelsonville Music Festival in Nelsonville, OH (6/6); Grand Rapids, MI (6/7); two nights in Chicago, IL (6/10-11); Cleveland Heights, OH (6/16); a pair of dates in Saxapahaw, NC (6/21-22); and Tarrytown, NY (6/24).
Isakov will be joined in support at his new headlining dates in select cities from Tall Heights, David Wax Museum, Leif Vollebekk, Jessica Lea Mayfield, and Che Apalache. The “Big Black Car” singer is also set to join The Lumineers as support for their world tour starting August 12th and continuing through the latter half of summer into mid-September.
One-dollar from every ticket sold for Isakov’s 2020 headlining shows will go to benefit The Land Institute, a non-profit which develops agricultural systems that can produce food, reduce/eliminate impacts from the disruptions and dependencies of industrial agriculture, and inform cultural change through education. The initiative sprouts from Isakov’s passion for farming which is his other line of work when he’s not making music or touring.
Tickets for the new dates go on sale this Friday, February 14th, unless noted otherwise. Head to Isakov’s website for tickets and tour details.