Midnight North has announced the addition of a number of spring 2021 tour dates. The performances will come in support of the Bay Area folk-rock outfit’s forthcoming album, There’s Always A Story, due out on May 4th.
Newly added spring tour stops for Midnight North include a show at Ardmore Music Hall in Ardmore, PA (6/9), Levitt Pavilion in Westport, CT (6/17), and The Music Hall in Portsmouth, NH (6/20).
Previously announced June stops include Asheville, NC (6/3), Charleston, SC (6/4), Millersville, PA (6/10), Canadaigua, NY (6/11), Marshfield, MA (6/13), and Stowe, VT (6/19).
See below for a full list of the band’s spring tour dates. For more information and ticketing details, head to the band’s website here.
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Coming in as Midnight North’s fourth studio album since their debut in 2013, There’s Alway A Story marks a new era for the band. This is the first record to feature drummer Nathan Graham alongside founding members Grahame Lesh (guitar/vocals), Elliott Peck (guitar/vocals), and bassist Connor O’Sullivan, as well as the group’s first studio effort as a quartet. Pre-order your copy via the band’s website.
To revisit out Midnight North’s Marvin Gaye-infused “The Sailor & The Sea” performance from virtual music festival Georgia Comes Alive, head here.