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Dave Hause

Dave Hause Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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Followers 44,407
Category Acoustic, Punk, Rock & Roll, Americana
Concerts
May
30
The Crocodile
Seattle
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Jun
13
District Live at Plant Riverside District
Savannah
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Jun
14
City Winery Atlanta
Atlanta
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Jul
22
Revolution Hall
Portland
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Jul
23
Neptune Theatre
Seattle
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Jul
25
Cafe Carpe
Fort Atkinson
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Jul
26
Hey Nonny
Arlington Heights
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Jul
27
Hey Nonny
Arlington Heights
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Jul
28
xBk Live
Des Moines
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Jul
30
Rose Bowl Tavern
Urbana
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Aug
01
The Law Office Pub & Music Hall
Yorkville
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Aug
15
Mohawk Austin
Austin
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Aug
16
The Cicada
Fort Worth
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Aug
17
Spaceship Earth Coffee
Mcalester
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Aug
18
White Water Tavern
Little Rock
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Aug
22
Hernando's Hideaway
Memphis
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Aug
23
Knuckleheads
Kansas City
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Aug
24
Blue Strawberry
St. Louis
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Sep
11
Lulu's Downtown
Colorado Springs
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Sep
12
Steve's Guitars
Carbondale
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Sep
13
Roots Music Project
Boulder
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Sep
14
Surfside 7
Fort Collins
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Sep
17
Folsom Saloon
Folsom
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Sep
18
Ivy Room
Albany
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Sep
19
Saint Rocke
Hermosa Beach
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Sep
20
Club Car Bar
Templeton
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Sep
21
Soho Restaurant & Music Club
Santa Barbara
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Nov
13
Docie's Dock
Fort Walton Beach
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Nov
14
Heartwood Soundstage
Gainesville
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Nov
15
Heidi's Jazz Club
Cocoa Beach
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Nov
16
Cafe Eleven
St. Augustine
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Nov
19
The Evening Muse
Charlotte
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Nov
20
Jammin Java
Vienna
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Nov
21
The Loft @ Manor Mill
Monkton
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Nov
22
Cafe Wha?
New York
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Nov
23
Bull Run - Sawtelle
Shirley
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Nov
24
John and Peter's
New Hope
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About Dave Hause
On a base level, the term ‘blood harmony’ is simple—it describes the specific sound two siblings make when they sing together. Given that Dave Hause has been writing and recording songs with his younger brother Tim for a while now, it made sense to use that phrase as the title for his fifth solo record. But this being a Dave Hause album also means there’s much more to it than that. Beneath the surface of Blood Harmony, in fact, are multiple layers of meaning relating to Hause’s role as a musician, a brother, a husband, a son and—having become a father to twins a few months before the release of 2019’s Kick—a dad. As such, Blood Harmony is a reassertion of what family means to him. Even more so because it’s coming out on the label owned by he and his brother. 
“I thought it was a great term,” says Hause, “and really specific to how Tim and I have decided to work over the years. It also pertains to my children because they’ll have that. So the germ of the album, the beating heart, is that I’m in a true family. I have a grounded reason to work and a bunch of people that I want to make proud with the work that we do. It’s a family business.” The importance of that was made all the more apparent after the coronavirus outbreak. Hause, with his brother, used that unexpected downtime to make the Patty/Paddy tribute EPs to Patty Griffin and Dillinger Four’s Patrick ‘Paddy’ Costello. After a while, though, like all touring musicians, he found himself without an income. So when his friend and former manager offered him some work nearby as a Covid safety supervisor for the company she set up after contracting Covid herself, he said yes. It was for one of the biggest celebrities in the world, so to prepare, Hause went to LA and worked on two shoots with two of music’s biggest stars. He was shocked at the scant disregard their teams had for their well-being.
“These artists are so successful they never need to work again,” says Hause, “but the label and management were pushing to get away with stuff and it was totally unsafe. I was pretty disgusted seeing the industry at that level, and how much of it was simply greed and not caring about the safety of others. We were starting to roll out the EPs on our own label, and the whole experience just ironed my resolve—I’m a family artist, and I never want to be in a position where people are urging me to do things that are bad for my or my family’s mental or physical health. That’s not what it’s about for me. It’s about connection. So that experience really reinforced this idea of blood harmony. I’m connected to my people and this is a small little thing that we’re going to keep pure.” You can hear Hause’s passion and dedication to his craft—and his determined approach to it—flowing through the veins of Blood Harmony’s ten stunning, sumptuous songs. Written with his brother over a series of weekly FaceTime sessions, they began crafting songs together in January 2021. They’d been writing remotely together since 2017’s Bury Me In Philly so it wasn’t an entirely new process for them, but they modified their approach slightly by giving themselves rigid deadlines.
“We decided to get together on Mondays,” explains Hause, “to figure out what we want to work on, and by Friday we had to have something you can sing to someone who wasn’t a songwriter. It could be bad, but I didn’t want to have vague ideas. And over the course of three-and-a-half months, we ended up with 26 songs.” They took ten of those to Nashville, where acclaimed songwriter Will Hoge took up the helm of producer. Through Hoge’s connections, what Hause calls “a staggering bunch of musicians” was assembled to flesh out the songs he and Tim had written. He’s not wrong. There was Brandi Carlile’s drummer Chris Powell, Bruce Springsteen And The E Street band bassist Garry Tallent, acclaimed session guitarist Tom Bukovac, Jason Isbell’s guitarist Sadler Vaden, keyboardist Billy Justineau, who’s mainly worked with country superstar Eric Church, and Jen Gunderman, Sheryl Crow’s keyboard player. Hause is the first to admit that it was a world away from the punk rock scene he’d made his name with as frontman of The Loved Ones.
“It was hard to determine,” he chuckles, “what there was more of in the room—millions of dollars or Grammys! They say even when you start making more money, you’re never happier than when you initially get the respect of your peers. I’ve had that for years, although to some extent, my peers are not my peers—Bad Religion is this giant band and Alkaline Trio is this giant band, but they’re people I know and have great relationships with. But these people are definitely not our peers, so to get their respect was so gratifying. Their kindness and commitment to making the record great because they liked the songs was tremendous. I keep saying that if anybody else likes the record, that’s icing on the cake, because the way we wrote and made it was so wonderful.” While nobody would say the quality of Hause’s previous albums was lacking, making Blood Harmony with those musicians was a concerted effort to ramp it up. And it does. It begins with “Northstar”, a tender paean to the direction, comfort and joy his wife and twins have given him that also drives home the emotional resonance and sense of family at the center of this album. It’s followed immediately by “Sandy Sheets”, a nostalgic trip into a past long gone that references the Gin Blossoms’ “Hey Jealousy” in its chorus and which sounds every bit as iconic as that track. The gorgeous, lilting, paradise of “Hanalei” captures that rare sense of peace when you’re with the person you love and nothing else matters, “Surfboard” injects some rare, good-natured humor into working class trials and tribulations, while “Carry The Lantern” and its life-affirming, almost Thin Lizzy-esque riffs double down Hause’s commitment to his sobriety and his family.
“A lot of being an adult for me is recommitting to your better angels instead of chasing your own tail,” says Hause. “That song is about facing temptation but redoubling your efforts to stay committed to the higher things that compel us to be better.”
It’s followed by the gorgeous album closer “Little Wings”. Hause calls it a post-script, but it resonates much more deeply than that. In fact, it ends the album the same way it begins—with a tender song for and about his twins that’s full of pure love and hope. It’s impossible to not hear and feel just how much they—and his family, the beating heart of these songs—mean to him. It’s a truly beautiful thing.
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Genres
Acoustic, Punk, Rock & Roll, Americana
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What fans are saying
Evan
5 / 5
Second time seeing him this year. I usually don’t like to see the same band twice in the same year. Dave was good. Lots of energy plus great at keeping the crowd going.
Faces Brewing Co. Malden, MA
Apr 28, 2024
Anonymous
5 / 5
i saw dave opening for the beach slang (who i also adore) and the show was amazing. they’re so interactive with the crowd & really know how to have a good fuckin time.
Theater of the Living Arts Philadelphia, PA
Dec 04, 2017
Jason
4 / 5
Dave and the band were amazing! Great show in a small venue with old favorites blended in with new ones…don’t miss them when they come into town!
Monarch Tavern Toronto, ON
Apr 26, 2023
Carolyn
5 / 5
Such a GREAT performer. Intense & high energy, in the perfect way to have a good release as an audience member. Thank you Dave Hause!
Ogden Theatre Denver, CO
Jul 11, 2019
Carly
5 / 5
It was absolutely amazing 🤩 ! There was so much positive energy in the crowd, I’m still basking in my post concert afterglow 💖!
Union Transfer Philadelphia, PA
Apr 11, 2022
David
4 / 5
Never fails to entertain, another fantastic show! Take a bow Mr Hause! Big shoutout to Tim Bill and Will Hoge too. Old punks rule🤟🏻
St George's Church Leeds, United Kingdom
Feb 04, 2024
Bubba
5 / 5
Great venue, great sound. Dave & his brother Tim played & sang together fantastically with an xclnt setlist. Great nite, thx Dave...
Crossroads Garwood, NJ
Nov 12, 2018
Bullfalcon
4 / 5
Really enjoyed the acoustic set. Would love to see the full band. Song selection was great. Enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere of Anderson Gardens.
Anderson Gardens Gift Shop Rockford, IL
Aug 03, 2022
Rochelle
5 / 5
Dave Hause was an incredible show!! So glad they played at the Horseshoe. Can’t wait until they come back to Toronto!!! ✌️🤘
Horseshoe Tavern Toronto, ON
Sep 04, 2022
Joel
5 / 5
Amazing show. Unique venue. Wonderful atmosphere and beautifully reimagined versions of his songs. Once in a lifetime experience, truly. See this tour.
Christiankirche (Klopstockkirche) Hamburg, Germany
Jan 28, 2024
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Dave Hause Tour Cities
Shirley, MA Colorado Springs, CO Folsom, CA Arlington Heights, IL Seattle, WA Urbana, IL Savannah, GA Fort Worth, TX Monkton, MD Fort Atkinson, WI Fort Walton Beach, FL Portland, OR Memphis, TN Fort Collins, CO Yorkville, IL Charlotte, NC Little Rock, AR New Hope, PA St. Louis, MO Hermosa Beach, CA Carbondale, CO Austin, TX Des Moines, IA McAlester, OK Santa Barbara, CA Gainesville, FL Saint Augustine Shores, FL Atlanta, GA Templeton, CA Kansas City, MO Vienna, VA Albany, CA Cocoa Beach, FL New York City, NY Boulder, CO

Frequently Asked Questions About Dave Hause

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Dave Hause on tour?

Yes, Dave Hause is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Dave Hause concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Dave Hause tour is scheduled for 37 dates across 35 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Dave Hause scheduled to play?

Dave Hause is scheduled to play 37 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Dave Hause tour start?

Dave Hause’s tour starts May 30, 2024 and ends on Nov 24, 2024. They will play 35 cities; their most recent concert was held in Seattle at The Crocodile and their next upcoming concert will be in Colorado Springs at Lulu's Downtown.

What venues is Dave Hause performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

May 30 - Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
Jun 13 - Savannah, GA @ District Live at Plant Riverside District
Jun 14 - Atlanta, GA @ City Winery Atlanta
Jul 22 - Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall
Jul 23 - Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre
Jul 25 - Fort Atkinson, WI @ Cafe Carpe
Jul 26 - Arlington Heights, IL @ Hey Nonny
Jul 27 - Arlington Heights, IL @ Hey Nonny
Jul 28 - Des Moines, IA @ xBk Live
Jul 30 - Urbana, IL @ Rose Bowl Tavern
Aug 01 - Yorkville, IL @ The Law Office Pub & Music Hall
Aug 15 - Austin, TX @ Mohawk Austin
Aug 16 - Fort Worth, TX @ The Cicada
Aug 17 - Mcalester, OK @ Spaceship Earth Coffee
Aug 18 - Little Rock, AR @ White Water Tavern
Aug 22 - Memphis, TN @ Hernando's Hideaway
Aug 23 - Kansas City, MO @ Knuckleheads
Aug 24 - St. Louis, MO @ Blue Strawberry
Sep 11 - Colorado Springs, CO @ Lulu's Downtown
Sep 12 - Carbondale, CO @ Steve's Guitars
Sep 13 - Boulder, CO @ Roots Music Project
Sep 14 - Fort Collins, CO @ Surfside 7
Sep 17 - Folsom, CA @ Folsom Saloon
Sep 18 - Albany, CA @ Ivy Room
Sep 19 - Hermosa Beach, CA @ Saint Rocke
Sep 20 - Templeton, CA @ Club Car Bar
Sep 21 - Santa Barbara, CA @ Soho Restaurant & Music Club
Nov 13 - Fort Walton Beach, FL @ Docie's Dock
Nov 14 - Gainesville, FL @ Heartwood Soundstage
Nov 15 - Cocoa Beach, FL @ Heidi's Jazz Club
Nov 16 - St. Augustine, FL @ Cafe Eleven
Nov 19 - Charlotte, NC @ The Evening Muse
Nov 20 - Vienna, VA @ Jammin Java
Nov 21 - Monkton, MD @ The Loft @ Manor Mill
Nov 22 - New York, NY @ Cafe Wha?
Nov 23 - Shirley, MA @ Bull Run - Sawtelle
Nov 24 - New Hope, PA @ John and Peter's
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