Fleet Foxes Expand Their 2018 World Tour

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Fleet Foxes Expand Their 2018 World Tour

Fleet Foxes  have added new headlining dates and festival sets to their already-extensive 2018 world tour slate. The band is set to perform at many festivals this year, including Coachella in Indio, Calif., Boston Calling in Allston, Mass. and Shaky Knees in Atlanta, Ga. Their 39-city tour makes its way through most of the southern United States, including a two-night stand at Nashville’s iconic Ryman Auditorium on May 21-22.

Fleet Foxes’ most recent album, Crack-Up, was released in June 2017 through Nonesuch Records, following a six-year hiatus from the band. The album was named one of Paste’s 50 best albums of 2017.

The band’s indie-folk sound takes us back to a simpler time, where music and the natural world collide. Sometimes the band brings us gospel hymns or southern spirituals that ring with a beautiful cadence, like in “White Winter Hymnal”—sometimes they make us dream that we’re driving an old car through the dense forest roads of their native Seattle, Wash.

Fleet Foxes’ discography rings in a continuous loop throughout the hearts of every traveler looking to get away from it all. Bandleader Robin Pecknold wrote all eleven songs on Crack-Up, and produced it alongside band member and childhood friend Skyler Skjelset. The band released their self-entitled debut album back in 2008. Almost ten years later, they still manage to bring us back home.

Tickets for Fleet Foxes’ tour are available here. Check out their tour dates below, beneath a 2008 Foxes performance from the Paste Cloud, and revisit a Paste article on the band’s return from their six-year hiatus here.

Fleet Foxes Tour Dates:

January
18 – Tokyo, Japan @ Zepp DiverCity
19 – Osaka, Japan @ Big Cat

March
01 – Tampa, Fla. @ The Ritz Ybor
02 – Saint Augustine, Fla. @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre
03 – Orlando, Fla. @ House of Blues Orlando
04 – Miami Beach, Fla. @ The Fillmore iami Beach
06 – North Charleston, S.C. @ North Charleston Performing Arts
07 – Charlotte, N.C. @ The Fillmore Charlotte
09 – Jackson, Miss. @ Thalia Mara Hall
10 – Memphis, Tenn. @ Cannon Center for the Performing Arts
11 – Mobile, Ala. @ Soul Kitchen
12 – New Orleans, La. @ Orpheum Theater

April
10 – Eugene, Ore. @ McDonald Theatre
11 – Sacramento, Calif. @ Crest Theatre
14 – Indio, Calif. @ Coachella 
18 – San Luis Obispo, Calif. @ Madonna Expo Center
20 – Berkeley, Calif. @ Greek Theatre Berkeley
21 – Indio, Calif. @ Coachella 

May
03 – Raleigh, N.C. @ Red Hat Amphitheater
04-06 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Shaky Knees 
07 – Houston, Texas @ Revention Music Center
08 – San Antonio, Texas @ Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
10 – El Paso, Texas @ Abraham Chaves Theater
12 – Albuquerque, N.M. @ Sunshine Theatre
14 – Tulsa, Oklahoma @ Cain’s Ballroom
15 – St. Louis, Mo. @ Peabody Opera House
17 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Benedum Center for the Performing Arts
18 – Washington, District of Columbia @ The Anthem
19 -Columbus, Ohio @ Express Live
21 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Ryman Auditorium
22 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Ryman Auditorium
23 – Louisville, Ky. @ Iroquois Amphitheater
24 – Indianapolis, Ind. @ The Murat Theater
25-27 – Allston, Mass. @ Boston Calling
26 – South Burlington, Vt. @ The Green Shelburne Museum

June
30-07 – Roskilde, Denmark @ Roskilde Festival

July
02 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Velký sál Lucerna
04 – Gdynia, Poland @ Open’er Festival
10 – San Sebastian, Spain @ Auditorio del Centro Kursa
12 – Madrid, Spain @ Mad Cool Festival
24 – Toronto, Ontario @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

August
15-18 – Tabuao, Portugal @ Paredes de Coura Festival

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