Live for Live Music is very proud to present the 2014 Fall tour for Brooklyn-based funk masters, Lettuce!!!

The extensive US tour will take the band across the country, beginning with a stop at the Austin City Limits Music Festival. Several performances will be co-headlined with Gramatik and Soulive, and they will be supported throughout the tour by Exmag and Late Night Radio. Live For Live Music will be on the road with the band, providing extensive coverage, exclusive videos and track releases, a band curated tour journal, and awesome VIP package giveaways including the chance to win Adam Deitch’s signed snare drum, free merch, meet and greets with the band, and more!

Check out the official announcement video, featuring footage from the band’s sold out stint at Colorado’s famed Red Rocks:

You can get the full tour schedule below:


10/5 – Austin City Limits – Austin, TX
10/7 – Lyric Oxford – Oxford, MS (w/ Gramatik)#
10/8 – Jupiter – Tuscaloosa, AL (w/ Gramatik)#
10/9 – Varsity Theater – Baton Rouge, LA (w/ Gramatik)#
10/10 – House of Blues – Dallas, TX (w/ Gramatik)#
10/11 – Emo’s – Austin, TX (w/ Gramatik)#
10/12 – Austin City Limits – Austin, TX
10/14 – Duling Hall – Jackson, MS#
10/15 – Egyptian Ballroom @ Fox Theater – Atlanta, GA#
10/16 – Cannery Ballroom – Nashville, TN#
10/17 – Minglewood Hall – Memphis, TN#
10/18 – Harvest Fest – Ozark, AR#
10/20 – Bluebird Theater – Bloomington, IN*
10/21 – House of Blues – Cleveland, OH*
10/22 – Mr Smalls – Pittsburgh, PA*
10/23 – Water Street – Rochester, NY*
10/24 – House of Blues – Boston, MA*
10/25 – Higher Ground – Burlington, VT*
10/26 – Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre – Montreal, QB*
10/28 – Upstate Concert Hall – Albany, NY*
10/29 – Toads Place – New Haven, CT*
10/30 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC*
10/31 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY (w/ Soulive)
11/1 – Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA (w/ Soulive)
11/15 – Bear Creek Music Festival – Live Oak, FL

* w/ Exmag
# w/ Late Night Radio

For more information and tickets, check out Lettuce’s official website.

After celebrating their 20th anniversary as modern day rulers of old school funk, the Brooklyn-based juggernaut Lettuce is not showing any signs of slowing. Having blown up stages from coast to coast last year, ranging from The Fillmore in San Francisco to Terminal 5 in NYC, Bonnaroo to Pemberton and all points in-between, Lettuce is poised to continue their rapid growth throughout 2014.

“We’re more together and set to crush than ever before,” says drummer and chief songwriter Adam Deitch of the all-star group that he and his accomplished band-mates cut their teeth with back in their Berklee School of Music days. That much history, along with the A-list crop of projects that each member has taken on away from Lettuce, gives the group a bottomless well of musical ideas and unrivaled chemistry—in fact, referring to themselves as a band of brothers. “I was in a practice room at 16 with these guys, and it all clicked,” says lead bassist Erick “Jesus” Coomes. “We all felt rhythms in similar ways. We were all about the pocket from day one.”

“People tend to look at funk as a one-trick pony,” says Deitch, “but we aim to smash those limits by drawing on a range of styles that can be traced from the early ’60s through the early ’80s, incorporating plenty of modern hip-hop sensibilities—heavy bass, kick and snare—along the way. Having evolved and refocused, without ever dropping the beat, Lettuce is getting ready to take audiences to the cosmos with a high-octane Fall tour. “Lettuce is like a Learjet that wasn’t getting clearance from the tower,” says Jesus. “But we’re done just rolling around on the runway.” They’re not asking for permission, so put your tray tables in their full, upright and locked position. This plane’s itching for lift off.

Lettuce released a limited edition ‘45 featuring “Don’t Be Afraid To Try” with singer Alecia Chakour (who is also touring with the band) this March, and are recording a new full-length record this fall.  So be on the lookout for new music and a guaranteed PARTY!

Be sure to look for L4LM videos, interviews, giveaways, band tour journals, and much more throughout the Lettuce fall tour!