Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit have announced a preliminary set of rescheduled 2021 tour dates. The Americana outfit was set to hit the road in May in promotion of their new album, Reunions.
Back in February, Isbell and company announced a marathon international tour schedule that would stretch over nine non-continuous months. The tour was scheduled to feature support from Billy Strings, David Crosby & Friends, Strand of Oaks, The War & Treaty, and Lucinda Williams.
In the new tour schedule released on Monday, the opening acts have been restricted to Williams and Strand of Oaks. Additionally, only the North American rescheduled dates have been released. The tour now begins on April 15th in Milwaukee, WI and continues on to Minneapolis, MN on the 16th; East Moline, IL (4/17); and St. Louis, MO (4/18). Then tour then picks back up on July 19th in Vancouver, BC; Seattle, WA (7/20); San Francisco, CA (7/23—5); Los Angeles, CA (7/27); San Diego, CA (7/28); Reno, NV (7/29); Salt Lake City, UT (7/31); Morrison, CO (8/1); Bonner Springs, KS (8/3); Little Rock, AR (8/4); Dallas, TX (8/6); and finally Austin, TX (8/7—8).
Tickets purchased for the original 2020 tour dates will also be honored at the rescheduled 2021 dates. For tickets and further tour information, head to Jason Isbell’s website. Check out the Live For Live Music concert cancellation tracker for daily updates on the state of live music.