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Amos Lee

Amos Lee Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 535,305
Category Folk, Rock, Blues, R&b, Soul
Concerts
May
07
SKyPAC
Bowling Green
Tickets
May
09
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Nashville
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May
10
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Nashville
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May
11
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Nashville
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May
13
Joan C. Edwards Performing Arts Center
Huntington
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May
14
Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
Asheville
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May
16
Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
Wilmington
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May
17
Warner Theatre
Washington
Tickets
May
18
State Theatre
New Brunswick
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May
20
Hart Theatre at the Egg
Albany
Tickets
May
21
MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Boston
Tickets
May
22
Brooklyn Paramount
Brooklyn
Tickets
May
24
The Ridgefield Playhouse
Ridgefield
Tickets
May
25
State Theatre, Portland, Maine
Portland
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May
28
Spoleto Festival
Charleston
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Jun
21
Auditorium Theatre
Chicago
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Jun
22
Rock the Ruins
Indianapolis
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Jun
24
The Pageant
St Louis
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Jun
25
Uptown Theater
Kansas City
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Jun
27
The Astro
La Vista
Tickets
Jun
28
State Theatre
Minneapolis
Tickets
Jun
29
Summerfest 2024
Milwaukee
Tickets
Jul
01
Michigan Theater
Ann Arbor
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Jul
03
Frederik Meijer Gardens Amphitheater
East Grand Rapids
Tickets
Jul
05
House of Blues Cleveland
Cleveland
Tickets
Jul
06
Southern Theatre
Columbus
Tickets
Jul
08
Tree House Brewing Company - Deerfield
Deerfield
Tickets
Jul
11
American Music Theatre
Lancaster
Tickets
Jul
13
Music Box at the Borgata
Atlantic City
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Sep
13
Gerald R Ford Amphitheater
Vail
Tickets
Sep
14
Dillon Amphitheater
Dillon
Tickets
Sep
15
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Morrison
Tickets
Sep
17
Red Butte Garden
Salt Lake City
Tickets
Sep
19
The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park
San Diego
Tickets
Sep
21
Santa Barbara Bowl
Santa Barbara
Tickets
Sep
23
The Greek Theatre
Los Angeles
Tickets
Sep
24
The Mountain Winery
Saratoga
Tickets
Sep
25
The Masonic
San Francisco
Tickets
Sep
27
McMenamins Edgefield Concerts
Troutdale
Tickets
Sep
28
Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery
Woodinville
Tickets
About Amos Lee
With MY NEW MOON, his seventh album, Amos Lee reaches into experiences of hope, hopelessness, loss, and renewal. The result is the most wide-ranging musical effort of his career, a set of songs that examines issues of mortality, survival, connection, and celebration in ways that are both deeply personal and profoundly universal. In 2007, the singer-songwriter began working with the Musicians on Call program, playing music bedside for hospital patients. He went on to play at VA hospitals, for the Wounded Warriors organization, and for the Melodic Caring Project, singing via video for children who are quarantined, too ill to have friends or family visit in their rooms. “Everything about the connection of music hit me harder,” he says of these efforts, “and I thought, ‘How can I be helpful, and reach out in a more real way?’ Songs have become a bridge, a way for me to reach outside myself and into other people’s lives. My mission now is to connect with people, to still have fun, but to have my intention be more outwardly based, and from a place of giving and service.” More recently, Lee suffered a difficult loss of his own. “My grandmother, who was the matriarch of our very large family, and the love centerpiece in all of our gathering, got really sick, and very suddenly passed away,” he says. “She showed love in the small ways—in how she smiled at you when you walked in her front door, how she made a piece of buttered toast a delicacy, how she spoke with such warmth and familiarity to her mailman. In all deeds, she was graceful and beautiful and kind. So her falling ill so quickly and violently hit us all hard. “At one point during her last night,” he continues, “it was just her and me in the room. The rest of the family left, because the doctor told my mother and me that they thought she was stable, but then something went wrong, and she started to fade very quickly. It was around 4:30 in the morning, she was fighting for breath, sweating, and fighting for her life. I stood with her, and held her hand, hoping that she could hear me. I felt totally helpless, and while I wiped away the sweat from her forehead, and words all felt worthless, I started to sing to her. I sang ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ ‘What a Wonderful World,’ and my grandfather’s favorite song, ‘Born to Lose.’ She looked up at me and smiled a faint smile before she drifted into her final sleep. A couple of the overnight nurses were standing in the doorway, and in a very tragic moment, we all shared a breath. It’s in these moments that I realize how sacred music is, and how the world, which seems in such disarray, can find simple solace and connection in the light of song.” This incident informs much of MY NEW MOON; Lee points particularly to the tracks “All You Got is a Song” and “Hang On, Hang On.” But, he points out, the album is as much about other people’s stories as it is his own. “All this work in the last decade comes to the fore,” he says. “I know many people who have experienced tragedy, and whether it be a friend, or a friend’s child, or a fan I meet at a coffee shop who shares their story with me, I take them all to heart. I want to connect, and to be open to those who have hardship, so that that they know I hear their stories in the same way that they hear mine, and that we’re in this together. I don’t want to overwhelm the listener with sorrow, but I am inspired by these friends and families, and want to help their light find shape.” Much of Lee’s recent work bore the stamp of strong producers—Joey Burns of Calexico on 2011’s Mission Bell (which debuted at Number One on the Billboard 200, Amazon, and iTunes charts, and spun off a hit single with "Windows are Rolled Down") and Jay Joyce (Little Big Town, Eric Church, Cage the Elephant) on 2013’s Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song. But for his last album, 2016’s Spirit, Lee took over the helm. “Producing my last album was cool, and I’m very grateful for the opportunity,” he says, “but after I did it, I realized that I had a lot to learn, and that I wanted to focus my energy on my performances, and on the songwriting. For this album, I wanted to open up, and push myself to collaborate with someone who was passionate and creative and could really partner with me to elevate the album from a sonic and musical standpoint.” For the new album, Lee turned to producer Tony Berg, who has worked with everyone from Public Image Ltd to Peter Gabriel, and moved operations to Berg’s Zeitgeist Studio in Los Angeles. Such notable musicians as keyboardist Benmont Tench; drummers Matt Chamberlain and Chris Dave; and multi-instrumentalists Blake Mills, Ethan Gruska, and Jaron Olevsky all participated in the sessions. “I’m trying to grow as a musician, and to put myself around people who are better than me,” says Lee. “I really don’t speak the technical or theory-based language of music, and there are times in the rendering of an arrangement that those skills are extremely vital. Tony was great at that. He has a very unique and progressive interest in harmony, and a childlike wonder and energy coupled with a lifetime of experience. He’s a big-hearted man, and he really helped me explore realms that I didn’t quite know how to reach. His ideology is, ‘Let’s go further left than we want and see what happens.’ “ Lee came in with fifty songs to consider, but knew that there were a few that were key to the project. “A lot of this starts with the song ‘Little Light,’ which is the story of a family I grew close with whose daughter had very serious cancer,” he says. “She’s a beautiful kid who was suffering a lot, and sometimes she and her dad would FaceTime me from her hospital room, while she was going through chemo, and I would sing to her. I wanted to write her something with hope, and to remind her that she was awesome.” “Don’t Fade Away” was written for a friend whose child passed (“I was trying to embody something he may have felt, or maybe how I might have felt in that situation”), while “Whiskey on Ice” was inspired by the unexpected death of another friend. “It’s a tribute to his mother,” says Lee, “trying to walk down the hallway with her in the middle of the night and feel what she feels.” Much of the material on MY NEW MOON was altered dramatically during the recording process. “We broke these songs apart and put them back together,” says Lee. “The first track—‘No More Darkness, No More Light’—was originally titled differently, and had none of these same lyrics. We put in one musical element, then rebuilt the whole idea around that, then scrapped that and worked on the layers that we had created. Then I rewrote the song with a lyric more appropriate for where the song was now musically. It was frustrating and teeth-gnashing, but I’m up for the challenge. I learned a lot and grew a lot, but it took a lot of slow-motion movement to ease into it.” (Lee notes that “Hang On, Hang On” is the album’s only song that is acoustic guitar-based; “for everything else, there was a better idea.”) This sense of digging deeper, of fearlessly bringing out the real essence of a song’s meaning, lies at the very heart of MY NEW MOON. “In these days of political crisis, I do think there’s also this feeling that there could be renewal,” says Amos Lee. “That’s what the title of the record is about—a seemingly utter darkness that’s also a beginning. I know that the times I’ve grown the most have been in times of crisis, when I wasn’t sure who I was. “In listening, and trying to connect to someone else’s pain or someone else’s victories, there’s a lot of fertile ground to be found. Just a beginning, a simple place to start. A conversation, a song, to see and feel someone else’s humanity in your own. That’s always been my interest; sometimes I get there and often I don’t, but I hope in these songs, someone finds a place to start.”
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Genres
Folk, Rock, Blues, R&b, Soul
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What fans are saying
Chris
4 / 5
Absolutely fantastic show! Have been wanting to see Amos Lee live for a while. Nothing short of amazing...his vocals are pure perfection. The band was insanely good, great musicians. I love shows in a setting where it’s all about the music, and this was it! Definitely recommend seeing this guy when he returns, I know I will.
Majestic Theatre Dallas, TX
Sep 27, 2018
Jason
5 / 5
Amos Lee was incredible, his vocals hinged between silky smooth and soulful rasp, characteristics we know and love. The bands country, jazz, gospel, folk vibe kept the crowd lit, especially when they played three more songs after the show was over. Next time he's in town check them out, they will not disappoint.
Majestic Theatre Dallas, TX
Sep 27, 2018
Kevin
4 / 5
Amos was great. He had great energy. His new album sounds amazing. He left out a lot of his old good stuff and played a handful of covers and long instrumentals. The venue is beautiful. Great sound. This concert was a fund raiser and the venue was perfect for this purpose.
Mansfield ISD Center for the Performing Arts Mansfield, TX
Dec 04, 2017
Flor
5 / 5
Such a beautiful experience after 2 years of not going to an alive concert. He is such a talented artist but top high level with Symphony Orchestra was a magnificent show! Thank you so much for your existence and for sharing with your fans the best of you 😍
Kennedy Center Washington City, DC
Apr 20, 2022
Brenda
5 / 5
The most personal concert I’ve been to. It was nice to not see so many phones out at a concert. Best way to enjoy a Sunday, his voice was so soothing even despite the recent laryngitis. I will always keep this concert close to my heart.
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre Atlanta, GA
Mar 29, 2019
Anthony
5 / 5
A show for the ages. Amos played a lot of his discography with new arrangements. He connects with the crowd so well. Looking forward to the new band learning some more of the older tunes. Amos never disappoints. One of the best.
Cannon Center For the Performing Arts Memphis, TN
Apr 28, 2022
Tracie
5 / 5
He was amazing as usual! He was feelin the groove and moving in a way I hadn't seen before🤪 Love him and his music. Super fun show. We couldn't really sit, the whole venue I mean! Perfect!
Crest Theatre Sacramento, CA
Oct 04, 2018
Jeri
5 / 5
Favorite venue for an intimate show. Amos gets better every time. Love seeing him continuing to be more comfortable on stage, talking more about himself, and doing his ever so small moves grooving to the music.
Hoyt Sherman Place Des Moines, IA
Mar 29, 2019
Tom
5 / 5
Probably my tenth time seeing him. Wonderful concert. What a fun time. The audience was great, very responsive but also very respectful. Nobody trying to talk over the band which is very rare nowadays.
University of Massachusetts Amherst Amherst, MA
Apr 17, 2022
Felma
5 / 5
Most AMAZING evening - The Met, the audience energy, Amos & his multi-talented band, as well as surprise accompaniment by The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. Vibe stayed with me for days! LOVE that feeling!!!
Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House Philadelphia, PA
Apr 09, 2019
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Amos Lee Tour Cities
Woodinville, WA San Francisco, CA Boston, MA Brooklyn, NY Bowling Green, KY St. Louis, MO Kansas City, MO Portland, ME Dillon, CO East Grand Rapids, MI Nashville, TN Vail, CO Wilmington, NC Saratoga, CA Troutdale, OR Los Angeles, CA Milwaukee, WI New Brunswick, NJ Atlantic City, NJ Morrison, CO Ann Arbor, MI San Diego, CA Albany, NY Minneapolis, MN Huntington, WV Ridgefield, CT Santa Barbara, CA Charleston, SC Lancaster, PA La Vista, NE Deerfield, MA Salt Lake City, UT Washington City, DC Columbus, OH Indianapolis, IN Chicago, IL Cleveland, OH Asheville, NC

Frequently Asked Questions About Amos Lee

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Amos Lee on tour?

Yes, Amos Lee is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Amos Lee concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Amos Lee tour is scheduled for 40 dates across 38 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Amos Lee scheduled to play?

Amos Lee is scheduled to play 40 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Amos Lee tour start?

Amos Lee’s tour starts May 07, 2024 and ends on Sep 28, 2024. They will play 38 cities; their most recent concert was held in Bowling Green at SKyPAC and their next upcoming concert will be in San Francisco at The Masonic.

What venues is Amos Lee performing at?

As part of the Amos Lee tour, Amos Lee is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

May 07 - Bowling Green, KY @ SKyPAC
May 09 - Nashville, TN @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center
May 10 - Nashville, TN @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center
May 11 - Nashville, TN @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center
May 13 - Huntington, WV @ Joan C. Edwards Performing Arts Center
May 14 - Asheville, NC @ Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
May 16 - Wilmington, NC @ Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
May 17 - Washington, DC @ Warner Theatre
May 18 - New Brunswick, NJ @ State Theatre
May 20 - Albany, NY @ Hart Theatre at the Egg
May 21 - Boston, MA @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway
May 22 - Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Paramount
May 24 - Ridgefield, CT @ The Ridgefield Playhouse
May 25 - Portland, ME @ State Theatre, Portland, Maine
May 28 - Charleston, SC @ Spoleto Festival USA
Jun 21 - Chicago, IL @ Auditorium Theatre
Jun 22 - Indianapolis, IN @ Rock the Ruins
Jun 24 - St Louis, MO @ The Pageant
Jun 25 - Kansas City, MO @ Uptown Theater
Jun 27 - La Vista, NE @ The Astro
Jun 28 - Minneapolis, MN @ State Theatre
Jun 29 - Milwaukee, WI @ Henry W. Maier Festival Park
Jul 01 - Ann Arbor, MI @ Michigan Theater
Jul 03 - East Grand Rapids, MI @ Frederik Meijer Gardens Amphitheater
Jul 05 - Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues Cleveland
Jul 06 - Columbus, OH @ Southern Theatre
Jul 08 - Deerfield, MA @ Tree House Brewing Company - Deerfield
Jul 11 - Lancaster, PA @ American Music Theatre
Jul 13 - Atlantic City, NJ @ Music Box at the Borgata
Sep 13 - Vail, CO @ Gerald R Ford Amphitheater
Sep 14 - Dillon, CO @ Dillon Amphitheater
Sep 15 - Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Sep 17 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Red Butte Garden
Sep 19 - San Diego, CA @ The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park
Sep 21 - Santa Barbara, CA @ Santa Barbara Bowl
Sep 23 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Greek Theatre
Sep 24 - Saratoga, CA @ The Mountain Winery
Sep 25 - San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic
Sep 27 - Troutdale, OR @ McMenamins Edgefield Concerts
Sep 28 - Woodinville, WA @ Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery
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