Lettuce Reveals Plans For 'Sounds Like A Party' Fall Tour June 22, 2016 15:10
New York-based funk powerhouse Lettuce has big plans for fall of 2016, as the band's announcement earlier this morning suggests. Lettuce will be hitting the road hard from September to November with what they're calling the 'Sounds Like A Party' Fall Tour. These fall dates serve as an addition to the bands' summer tour, which is named after the hit track off of the band's most recent studio album Crush.
The tour begins with a one-off show at Stratton Mountain Music in Stratton, Vermont on September 4th, followed by a span of 25 total shows. These 25 shows include stops down the east coast, southeast, midwest, and out into Texas. Notable festival appearances include the first ever Bear Creek Bayou in New Orleans, Mustang Music Festival in North Carolina, and Suwannee Hulaween in Live Oak, Florida. These come in addition to summer festival appearances at High Sierra Music Festival in California, Levitate Music Festival in Boston, The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival in Ohio, Lockn' in Virginia, and Thrival Festival in Pittsburgh. Pre-sale tickets are currently available by clicking here. See below for a full list of summer and fall tour dates.
Watch Lettuce perform "Sounds Like A Party" at Summer Camp 2016 here: