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City and Colour

City and Colour Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 1,001,413
Category Folk Rock, Indie, Alternative Rock
Concerts
Jun
14
Vivo Rio
Rio De Janeiro
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Jun
16
tokio marine hall
São Paulo
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Jun
19
Teatro Coliseo
Santiago
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Jul
05
Born & Raised 2024
St. Catharines
Tickets
Jul
13
Under the Big Sky Festival 2024
Whitefish
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Jul
20
Tall Pines Festival
Gravenhurst
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Aug
28
The Eastern
Atlanta
Tickets
Aug
29
The Eastern
Atlanta
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Aug
30
Firefly Distillery - Lawn
North Charleston
Tickets
Sep
01
Wolf Trap - Filene Center
Vienna
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Sep
02
Live Oak Bank Pavilion
Wilmington
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Sep
04
Maymont
Richmond
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Sep
06
The Lyric Baltimore
Baltimore
Tickets
Sep
07
College Street Music Hall
New Haven
Tickets
Sep
08
Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks
Bethlehem
Tickets
Sep
10
Thompson's Point
Portland
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Sep
12
Summer Stage at Tree House Brewing Co.
South Deerfield
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Sep
13
Frog Alley Summer Stage
Schenectady
Tickets
Sep
15
The Rooftop at Pier 17
New York
Tickets
About City and Colour
City and Colour's new single "Meant To Be" is a song Dallas Green was not sure he could, or would, write. The song is Green's elegy to dear friend, Karl Bareham, and City and Colour's longtime producer and engineer who tragically drowned when the band was on tour in Australia in 2019. "One minute I was in Sydney doing press for the record that me and Karl made together. The next minute, I’m finding out my best friend is gone,” recalls Green. “The following 24 hours were a blur. I boarded a plane from Sydney to the Gold Coast and made my way to the morgue to identify Karl’s body. That was the hardest moment I've had in my entire life. It changed me forever." Bareham's death, combined with navigating personal issues and the lockdowns caused by the global pandemic, left Green in "a zombie-like state" for quite some time. As he began writing songs again, he wasn't entirely sure how, or even if, he could incorporate Bareham's death. “My coping process when I go through something is to write about it as a way to help myself through it and then hopefully, other people can relate to it and find what they need to help them out of it too," the Canadian singer-songwriter explains. "That's how I've always done it. But this felt different. How do I write a song about my best friend who is gone?” Green eventually found that path, with help from longtime friend and co-producer Matt Kelly, who's now part of the touring lineup in Green's other band, Alexisonfire. He also remembered words of counsel from Sean Kinney of Alice in Chains, who once spoke with Green and Bareham about continuing his band after frontman Layne Staley's death for the explicit purpose of honouring his late friend and maintaining his legacy. "I could never have imagined that six months later I'd be staring at Karl's body and go through that process on my own," Green says. With its pensive blend of electric and acoustic guitars and its gradual build from mournful melancholy to cathartic fury, "Meant To Be" recounts Green's many emotions in the immediate wake of Bareham's death,and with the aid of some hindsight. "The morning came and the sun started rising/But I was missing my friend/How do I carry on?" Green sings, questioning his faith as he declares that, "I don't believe this is how it's meant to be." "I remember the night that the melody came to me," Green says. "As soon as I came up with the one line, 'the sun kept on rising,' I knew that this was the song that was going to be THAT one, about this certain topic. And then I stopped working on it right away; 'OK, I know this is here now, but I'm going to wait...'" "Meant To Be" is City and Colour's first new original song since 2019’s A Pill For Loneliness which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Album Chart marking the fourth consecutive #1 studio album for the acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer in Canada. The album enjoyed success worldwide notably the UK, Germany, Brazil and Australia, where it debuted #8 on the ARIA top albums chart. In the U.S., the album had impressive, multiple chart numbers hitting #10 Current Alternative Albums, #5 Americana/Folk Albums, #8 Record Label Independent Current Albums, #13 LP Vinyl Albums, and #24 Top Current Albums. In 2020, Green released a two-song cover EP, Low Songs. The EP features the tracks “Murderer” and “Sunflower” by one of Green’s longtime, favourite bands, Low. Hailing from St. Catharines, Ontario, Dallas Green is a co-founder of hardcore luminaries Alexisonfire, and started City and Colour in 2005 as a (then) quiet counter to AOF, releasing songs via the Internet. They proved so popular with fans that he released City and Colour's first album, Sometimes, later that year. The album won the JUNO Award for Alternative Album of the Year. He has since released five more albums under the moniker, accompanied by a shifting lineup of musicians, and collected 4 JUNO awards, including two Songwriter of the Year awards, plus 1 Triple Platinum, 2 Double Platinum, 6 Platinum, and 1 Gold certification in Canada, and 1 Gold certification in Australia. In 2022, Green was honoured with the SOCAN National Achievement Award in recognition of his philanthropic contributions to music education in Canada.. Beyond the legacy of City and Colour, Green has teamed up with global icon Alecia Moore (a.k.a. P!nk) to form the folk duo You+Me. The duo’s acclaimed Platinum-certified first record, rose ave., debuted at #4 on the U.S. Top 200 Chart, #1 in Canada, #2 in Australia culminating in memorable performances on The Ellen Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live. “Meant To Be” features Green’s talented touring band which includes multi-instrumentalist Matt Kelly on guitar, Leon Power on drums, Erik Nielsen on bass, and John Sponarski on guitar.
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Genres
Folk Rock, Indie, Alternative Rock
Band members
Dallas Green
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What fans are saying
Kevin
5 / 5
Dallas was amazing, still coming down from his performance. His voice was perfection. This is why seeing artists live is so important. His acoustic renditions were unbelievable and he filled the empty spaces with his vocals. The man is a fucking legend!
Orpheum Theatre presented by Citizens Boston, MA
Oct 25, 2021
Sarscha
3 / 5
The GA system was weird — You needed a special wristband to get into the very front section (pit? Isn’t that GA!?). Show was definitely over capacity - couldn’t see the stage well. Lighting and sound was great, otherwise.
The Wiltern Los Angeles, CA
Sep 08, 2023
Liza
5 / 5
Best opening acts! Ruby Waters and Nathaniel Ratecliffe and the night sweats!! Amazing performers. Love Dallas Green! Played a great mix of old and new! Seems like such a good guy♥︎ nice night out for hubby and me.
Budweiser Gardens London, ON
Feb 19, 2024
Katie
5 / 5
A bucket list performance that delivered everything "teen me" dreamed of over the last 20 years! Dallas is the one artist that has grown with me, stayed relevant through it all, and continues to carry me through! ♡
Budweiser Gardens London, ON
Feb 20, 2024
Lily
5 / 5
Absolutely incredible show!! Such good vibes. Grateful to have finally seen one of my favorite artists live, Dallas Green is talented and genuine, and the band sounded refined and powerful. Already looking forward to his next tour!
The Van Buren Phoenix, AZ
Sep 11, 2023
Michael
5 / 5
The Palace is one of the best venues in Louisville, and as always, Dallas did not disappoint. He sounds just as good live as he does on albums. Voice of an angel! Fantastic.
The Louisville Palace Louisville, KY
May 16, 2024
Michael
5 / 5
City and Colour are always superb, with Natianel Rateliff and The Night Sweats also rocking the venue, and Ruby Waters doing a great job of warming the crowd up. Great venue, lots of helpful staff, well organized.
Budweiser Gardens London, ON
Feb 20, 2024
Jason
5 / 5
First time seeing City and Colour live, absolutely amazing! I honestly don’t know if I can recall seeing a band sound so true to their albums. Totally spot on. Can’t recommended you see them enough!
KEMBA Live! Columbus, OH
May 13, 2023
Diane
5 / 5
Great music. Great evening! Dallas has a sweet voice and played some favourite fan tunes. Musicianship of band was superb! Dallas Green is a Canadian treasure. Love his songwriting skills. I find his music comforting.
Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC
Feb 09, 2024
Kris
5 / 5
The show was amazing. It was my first visit to KEMBA Live! Nice indoor venue. Crowd was good. Security wasn’t overbearing. Would visit this venue again. And definitely see City and Colour again.
KEMBA Live! Columbus, OH
May 16, 2023
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City and Colour Tour Cities
South Deerfield, MA Bethlehem, PA North Charleston, SC Atlanta, GA Wilmington, NC Richmond, VA Whitefish, MT Baltimore, MD São Paulo, Brazil Vienna, VA St. Catharines, ON New York City, NY Portland, ME Rio de Janeiro, Brazil New Haven, CT Santiago, Chile Schenectady, NY Gravenhurst, ON

Frequently Asked Questions About City and Colour

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is City and Colour on tour?

Yes, City and Colour is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming City and Colour concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The City and Colour tour is scheduled for 19 dates across 18 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is City and Colour scheduled to play?

City and Colour is scheduled to play 19 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the City and Colour tour start?

City and Colour’s tour starts Jun 14, 2024 and ends on Sep 15, 2024. They will play 18 cities; their most recent concert was held in Rio De Janeiro at Vivo Rio and their next upcoming concert will be in Bethlehem at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks.

What venues is City and Colour performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 14 - Rio De Janeiro, RJ @ Vivo Rio
Jun 16 - São Paulo, BR @ tokio marine hall
Jun 19 - Santiago, Región Metropolitana @ Teatro Coliseo
Jul 05 - St. Catharines, ON @ Montebello Park
Jul 13 - Whitefish, MT @ Big Mountain Ranch
Jul 20 - Gravenhurst, ON @ Gull Lake Park
Aug 28 - Atlanta, GA @ The Eastern
Aug 29 - Atlanta, GA @ The Eastern
Aug 30 - North Charleston, SC @ Firefly Distillery - Lawn
Sep 01 - Vienna, VA @ Wolf Trap - Filene Center
Sep 02 - Wilmington, NC @ Live Oak Bank Pavilion
Sep 04 - Richmond, VA @ Maymont
Sep 06 - Baltimore, MD @ The Lyric Baltimore
Sep 07 - New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall
Sep 08 - Bethlehem, PA @ Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks
Sep 10 - Portland, ME @ Thompson's Point
Sep 12 - South Deerfield, MA @ Summer Stage at Tree House Brewing Co.
Sep 13 - Schenectady, NY @ Frog Alley Summer Stage
Sep 15 - New York, NY @ The Rooftop at Pier 17
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