Iconic Canadian rock star Neil Young has announced four new fall dates. On the heels of Farm Aid, which will take place on September 22nd in Hartford, CT, and a stop with the Outlaw Music Festival Tour the following evening on September 23rd in Saratoga Springs, NY, Young will head to Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theatre for a pair of shows on September 26th and 27th. Following this two-night stand at The Cap, the famed rocker will finish his short stretch on the road with two shows at Philadelphia, PA’s Tower Theater on September 30th and October 1st.

For the Capitol Theatre shows, Neil Young will be teaming up with Promise Of The Real for their Capitol Theatre debut, a band that has frequently joined Neil Young for performances in recent years and that is led by Lukas Nelson, the talented son of Willie Nelson. For the two-night run in Philadelphia, Neil Young will perform solo shows.

A presale is currently underway for the New York shows on September 26th and 27th at The Capitol Theatre shows via Eventbrite, using the password “NEILYOUNGARCHIVES”. Tickets for the Tower Theater run went on sale last night for Neil Young Archives members and already are sold out. Farm Aid is also sold out, but tickets are still available for Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Music Festival Tour via Ticketmaster.