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Brittany Howard

Brittany Howard Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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Followers 57,814
Category Rock
Concerts
Jun
15
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival 2024
Manchester
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Jun
20
Summerfest
Milwaukee
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Jun
22
Out & About Festival
Vienna
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Jul
02
Koko
London
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Jul
03
Lytham Festival 2024
Lytham
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Jul
05
Montreux Jazz Festival 2024
Montreux
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Jul
05
Marlay Park
South Dublin
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Jul
06
Albert Hall
Manchester
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Jul
07
Finsbury Park
London
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Jul
09
Chepstow Racecourse
Chepstow
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Jul
09
Chepstow Summer Sessions 2024
Chepstow
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Jul
10
Glasgow Green
Glasgow
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Jul
12
North Sea Jazz Festival 2024
Rotterdam
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Jul
13
Cactus Festival 2024
Brugge
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Jul
14
Montreux Jazz Festival 2024
Montreux
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Jul
19
Pitchfork Music Festival 2024
Chicago
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Aug
02
Newport Jazz Festival 2024
Newport
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Aug
03
Osheaga Music and Arts Festival 2024
Montréal
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Aug
09
Planet Bluegrass
Lyons
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Aug
11
Rocky Mountain Folks Festival 2024
Lyons
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Aug
26
Mark C. Smith Concert Hall
Huntsville
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Sep
29
The Met
Philadelphia
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Sep
30
Roadrunner
Boston
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Oct
02
The Capitol Theatre
Port Chester
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Oct
03
SummerStage in Central Park
New York
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Oct
06
Palace Theatre
Saint Paul
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Oct
08
Mission Ballroom
Denver
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Oct
10
Outlaw Field at the Idaho Botanical Garden
Boise
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Oct
11
McMenamins Edgefield
Troutdale
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Oct
12
Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Vancouver
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Oct
14
Britt Pavilion
Jacksonville
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Oct
15
Paramount Theatre
Seattle
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Oct
17
The Greek Theatre Berkeley
Berkeley
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Oct
18
The Greek Theatre
Los Angeles
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Oct
19
Vina Robles Amphitheatre
Paso Robles
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About Brittany Howard
BRITTANY HOWARD JAIME “I turned thirty and I was like, ‘What do I want the rest of my life to look like?,’ “ says Brittany Howard. “Do I want to play the same songs until I’m fifty and then retire, or do I do something that’s scarier for me? Do I want people to understand me and know me, do I want to tell them my story? I’m very private, but my favorite work is when people are being honest and really doing themselves.” As the frontwoman and guitarist for Alabama Shakes, Howard has become one of music’s most celebrated figures—the band has won four Grammys (out of its nine nominations), and she has performed everywhere from the Obama White House to the main stage at Lollapalooza, where she sang with Paul McCartney at his invitation. But for her solo debut, Jaime, Howard boldly decided to explore new directions, with diverse instrumentation and arrangements and intimate, revelatory lyrics. “It’s scary to mess with success, because the Shakes are doing so good,” she says. “But I needed to shake it up—and if you’re going to do that, you better go all out and make it worth it.” Howard had amassed a bunch of ideas and song scraps, things that felt like they were outside the realm of the band. Her plans weren’t clear for these incomplete tracks, which were mostly recorded alone on her laptop and given temporary, random titles—making it challenging to even locate them later. “I wanted to do something on my own, just my music, that didn’t have to have a genre or stick to fans’ expectations,” she says. “I knew I wanted to do a record, but I didn’t know where to begin. I was freaking out, I didn’t know what to sing or what it would sound like. I was writing every day, putting all this stress on myself, hoping something would happen.” In search of inspiration, Howard left her home in Nashville and went to Topanga Canyon for a change of scenery. “I was staying in this beautiful place and I was miserable because the songs just weren’t coming,” she says. When she eventually went into engineer Shawn Everett’s studio in Los Angeles to record, she only had a handful of finished songs. But once she started working with the band she had assembled—a core group of Alabama Shakes bassist Zac Cockrell (“We’ve known each other since we were kids,” she says, “so working with another bass player seemed ludicrous”), innovative jazz-based keyboard player Robert Glasper, and drummer Nate Smith—Howard started to feel the music taking shape, sometimes out of their playing and sometimes simply out of conversations. “I had forgotten some of these songs even existed,” Howard says with a laugh. “’History Repeats’ took forever to mix because it’s the original from my Logic recording, which I had recorded vocals on just to show my friend how the program worked and then forgot about it. The vocal on ‘Run to Me’ was recorded on a cell phone!” The work Howard has done with her side bands, Thunderbitch and Bermuda Triangle, also impacted her ambitions for the songs on Jaime. “The Shakes do a cycle of recording and touring, and then I get restless in the time off,” she says. “Actually, to me, there is no time off—I’m a creative person and I need to create or I just feel weird, not fully human. “With Bermuda Triangle,” she continues, “I learned about raising my own voice. The other girls had their own songs, they could just play them on an acoustic guitar and they didn’t need a band. My music is really composed, with lots of moving pieces, so that inspired me to really pay more attention to what I write and try to be a better songwriter.” Different sounds and approaches started to emerge. Howard plays all the parts on “Short and Sweet,” while “Presence” sees her accompanied only by a harp. “13th Century Metal” grew out of Glasper and Smith jamming in the studio—“I heard that and knew I had to do something with it,” she says. Even more striking, though, are the stories Howard is telling on Jaime, the deeply personal and emotional territory she covers directly and nakedly, stripped of overtly poetic distance. She confronts harsh truths about relationships in songs like “Baby” and “Tomorrow” and examines spiritual ritual in “He Loves Me.” Howard points to “Georgia” as a breakthrough song on the project, and for herself. “That’s a straightforward love song to another woman, which is something I never confronted until I was older,” she says. “In a small town like where I come from, different is bad—I never wanted to be different. My greatest wish was to be like everybody else. I didn’t want to be almost six feet tall, didn’t want this big, bushy hair. That’s the truth of what it feels like to hold everything in and just want to be accepted for being yourself.” “Goat Head” is a painfully candid account of Howard’s family experience when she was growing up as a mixed-race child in a small Southern town. “It’s a story my mom told me when I was 13 or 14,” she says, “about how it was really hard to have little brown babies, how hard it was raising us. I never saw our town that way, never experienced it because I was too young, but it explained so much about my mom—why she was always so stressed, had so much trouble getting a job. “When I sang it, I instantly felt afraid, embarrassed, vulnerable. I was definitely scared for the sake of my folks, bringing up bad memories, But it is my story to tell—that song was the experience of growing up in the South.” Howard titled the album after her sister, who taught her to play the piano and write poetry, and who died of cancer when they were still teenagers. “The title is in memoriam, and she definitely did shape me as a human being,” says Howard. “But it’s also about me—the people who know me well know how important she is to me.” As the first project to come out under Brittany Howard’s own name, Jaime represents an enormous step both musically and personally. “It’s my first time making decisions on my own, being the captain of the ship,” she says. “It brings up existential questions—why am I here, why do I do this? People think that touring in a band is super-fun, and it can be, but nothing about it is normal. You miss out on a lot of stuff, so I need to make sure I’m doing it for the right reasons.” Howard looks forward to playing these songs live, but is tempering her expectations. “I have no idea what’s going to happen,” she says. “I have to measure my success by the fact that I did something I didn’t think I could do—I knew I could, but I didn’t know if I would. So just the fact that I made it, and gave myself permission to just fuck it up and do some stuff that’s maybe stupid and not cool, is pretty successful. Being a creative person, that’s the most successful thing.”
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What fans are saying
Anonymous
5 / 5
Truly magical
Webster Hall New York City, NY
Feb 17, 2024
Maru
5 / 5
So good!
Live Stream Live Stream
Sep 06, 2020
Jennifer
5 / 5
Beautiful
Boulder Theater Boulder, CO
Nov 17, 2019
Dixon
5 / 5
Amazing!
Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN
Aug 20, 2019
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Brittany Howard Tour Cities
Montreux, Switzerland Rotterdam, Netherlands Huntsville, AL Lytham, United Kingdom Lyons, CO Manchester, United Kingdom Paso Robles, CA Brugge, Belgium Glasgow, United Kingdom Newport, RI Jacksonville, OR South Dublin, Ireland Saint Paul, MN Boise, ID Chepstow, United Kingdom Los Angeles, CA Berkeley, CA Seattle, WA Chicago, IL Vancouver, BC Denver, CO New York City, NY London, United Kingdom Philadelphia, PA Vienna, VA Montréal, QC Manchester, TN Boston, MA Port Chester, NY Troutdale, OR Milwaukee, WI

Frequently Asked Questions About Brittany Howard

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Brittany Howard on tour?

Yes, Brittany Howard is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Brittany Howard concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Brittany Howard tour is scheduled for 35 dates across 31 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Brittany Howard scheduled to play?

Brittany Howard is scheduled to play 35 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Brittany Howard tour start?

Brittany Howard’s tour starts Jun 15, 2024 and ends on Oct 19, 2024. They will play 31 cities; their most recent concert was held in Manchester at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and their next upcoming concert will be in Rotterdam at Rotterdam Ahoy.

What venues is Brittany Howard performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 15 - Manchester, Tennessee @ Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
Jun 20 - Milwaukee, WI @ BMO Pavilion
Jun 22 - Vienna, VA @ Filene Center at Wolf Trap
Jul 02 - London, ENG @ Koko
Jul 03 - Lytham, United Kingdom @ Lytham Green
Jul 05 - Montreux, ETR @ 2m2c Montreux Music & Convention Centre
Jul 05 - South Dublin, D16 @ Marlay Park
Jul 06 - Manchester, ENG @ Albert Hall
Jul 07 - London, ENG @ Finsbury Park
Jul 09 - Chepstow, United Kingdom @ Chepstow Racecourse
Jul 09 - Chepstow, United Kingdom @ Chepstow Summer Sessions, Chepstow Racecourse
Jul 10 - Glasgow, SCT @ Glasgow Green
Jul 12 - Rotterdam, Netherlands @ Rotterdam Ahoy
Jul 13 - Brugge, Vlaanderen @ Minnewaterpark
Jul 14 - Montreux, VD @ Casino Barrière Montreux
Jul 19 - Chicago, IL @ Union Park
Aug 02 - Newport, RI @ Fort Adams State Park
Aug 03 - Montréal, QC @ Parc Jean-Drapeau
Aug 09 - Lyons, CO @ Planet Bluegrass
Aug 11 - Lyons, CO @ Planet Bluegrass
Aug 26 - Huntsville, AL @ Mark C. Smith Concert Hall
Sep 29 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Met
Sep 30 - Boston, MA @ Roadrunner
Oct 02 - Port Chester, NY @ The Capitol Theatre
Oct 03 - New York, NY @ SummerStage in Central Park
Oct 06 - Saint Paul, MN @ Palace Theatre
Oct 08 - Denver, CO @ Mission Ballroom
Oct 10 - Boise, ID @ Outlaw Field at the Idaho Botanical Garden
Oct 11 - Troutdale, OR @ McMenamins Edgefield
Oct 12 - Vancouver, BC @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Oct 14 - Jacksonville, OR @ Britt Pavilion
Oct 15 - Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theatre
Oct 17 - Berkeley, CA @ The Greek Theatre Berkeley
Oct 18 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Greek Theatre
Oct 19 - Paso Robles, CA @ Vina Robles Amphitheatre
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