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Uncle Lucius

Uncle Lucius Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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Followers 66,347
Category Americana Roots Rock
Concerts
Jun
21
Stable Hall
San Antonio
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Jun
22
Radio/East
Austin
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Jun
29
Ameritopia Fest 2024
Utopia
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Jul
05
Ryman Auditorium
Nashville
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Jul
06
The Shed
Maryville
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Jul
09
A&R Music Bar
Columbus
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Jul
10
Thunderbird Café & Music Hall
Pittsburgh
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Jul
11
MilkBoy
Philadelphia
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Jul
12
Brooklyn Made
Brooklyn
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Jul
13
Briggs Farm Blues Festival 2024
Nescopeck
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Jul
14
Buffalo Iron Works
Buffalo
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Jul
16
Manchester Music Hall
Lexington
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Jul
17
Railgarten
Memphis
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Jul
19
Cain's Ballroom
Tulsa
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Jul
20
Wakepoint LBJ
Kingsland
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Jul
26
Music On Main
Denison
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Aug
08
Cook's Garage
Lubbock
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Aug
09
Cooper's Bar-B-Q
Christoval
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Aug
10
Whitewater Amphitheater
New Braunfels
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Aug
16
8750 Music & BBQ Festival 2024
Red River
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Aug
22
Farmers Festival at Aggie Park
College Station
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Aug
24
Red River Station
Saint Jo
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Aug
30
Manchester Music Fest 2024
Manchester
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Aug
31
Caveman Music Festival 2024
Weston
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Sep
14
The Liberty
Roswell
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Oct
04
Dashville Skyline 2024
Lower Belford
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Oct
12
Out On The Weekend 2024
Williamstown
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Oct
18
MTC Club
Köln
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Oct
19
Ramblin Roots Festival 2024
Utrecht
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Oct
21
Pustervik
Göteborg
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Oct
22
Katalin
Uppsala
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Oct
23
Bar Brooklyn
Stockholm
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Oct
24
Røverstaden
Oslo
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Oct
25
Tryckhallen
Falkenberg
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Oct
26
Kulturkvarteret Kristianstad
Kristianstad
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Oct
27
NOCHTSPEICHER
Hamburg
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Oct
29
Night & Day Cafe
Manchester
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Oct
30
Bodega
Nottingham
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Oct
31
Oslo Hackney
London
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Nov
01
De Casino
Sint-niklaas
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Nov
02
Take Root 2024
Groningen
Tickets
About Uncle Lucius
Second chances are rare in rock 'n' roll. Most bands only get one shot at the brass ring, and once the opportunity passes by, it's gone forever. Maybe that's why Uncle Lucius sounds like a band reborn on Like It's The Last One Left, a cathartic comeback album that reunites the platinum-selling group — and pumps new blood into its roster — after a five-year hiatus. Written and recorded in the band's hometown of Austin, Texas, Like It's The Last One Left isn't just a return to form; it's an expansion, bolstering Uncle Lucius' mix of amped-up Americana and greasy roots-rock with string arrangements, adventurous production, and the sharpest songwriting of the group's career. "There are no limitations this time around," says frontman Kevin Galloway. "We're exploring different areas of American roots music, and we're doing it our own way. There's a new perspective that comes with stepping away from something for awhile, then coming back to it. You can see it with new eyes." Uncle Lucius originally stepped away from the spotlight in March 2018, capping off a whirlwind decade that saw the band releasing four critically-acclaimed albums, wearing out five vans, and performing everywhere from New Braunfels to Norway. The guys were some of Austin's most celebrated exports, supported by a cult following that rallied around signature songs like "Keep the Wolves Away" and "The Light." Great bands don't just build a catalog of songs, though; they build legacies that endure long after the band itself goes away. During the years that followed Uncle Lucius' so-called farewell tour, the band's audience increased rapidly, bringing new generations of fans into the fold. "Keep the Wolves Away" even showed up in an episode of Yellowstone and went viral, earning gold and platinum certifications along the way. As Uncle Lucius' legacy grew, so did the desire to get back together. "After 'Wolves' went gold, we got together at a fancy steakhouse in Austin to celebrate and tell old stories," Galloway remembers. "We started to ask ourselves, 'Should we reconsider this?' The iron was hot, and we knew we had more music to offer." Months later, the bandmates found themselves back at EAR, the beloved Austin-area studio where they'd previously recorded their breakthrough album, Pick Your Head Up, during the late 2000s. Things looked a little different, of course. For starters, Hal Jon Vorpahl — the band's co-founder and original bass player — was now serving a new role as Uncle Lucius' producer and behind-the-scenes songwriter. ("He's like the silent seventh member of the band now," Galloway explains.) Also occupying new roles were the group's most recent additions, bassist Drew Scherger and guitar hero Doug Strahan, who joined longtime members Mike Carpenter (guitar) Josh Greco (drums), Galloway (vocals), and Jon Grossman (keys). The expanded band tracked Like It's The Last One Left's 10 songs to analog tape, with everyone playing together in real time, emphasizing the raw energy and pure electricity of a live performance. During the months that followed, they layered the recordings with orchestral strings and background harmonies, adding new dimension to the material. "We've always taken pride in being a great live band, but now we're learned to become a seven-headed beast, too," Galloway says. "We have two guitar players who work together and share leads. We have a producer who writes amazing songs. We all had the freedom to add to these songs and interpret them, and we really created something new together. This is a band album." It's also Uncle Lucius' finest record to date. Beginning with "Keep Singing Along" — an atmospheric blast of funky-tonk, anchored by a seize-the-day message that suits the band's 2020s resurgence -- Like It's The Last One Left offers everything from larger-than-life anthems (the stomping "Civilized Anxiety," the heartland rocker "Trace My Soul") to laidback, loping Tex-Mex ("I'm Happy"). "Tuscaloosa Rain" channels Dusty Springfield and Burt Bacharach, complete with swooning orchestration from the Tosca String Quartet and stacked harmonies from the vocal duo US (Sir Woman, Wild Child). US also appears on "Holly Roller," a track that's equal parts roadhouse rock song and gospel-worthy freakout, while fellow Austinite Cody Braun (Reckless Kelly) plays fiddle on "All the Angelenos," a humorous jab at the carpetbaggers who've relocated to Austin in the hopes of capitalizing on the city's boom town status. Things come to a close with "Heart Over Mind," another track that balances Uncle Lucius' adventurous Americana with gorgeous melodies, symphonic strings, and the croon of Galloway's voice. Rooted in lyrics about resolve and resilience, Like It's The Last One Left blurs the boundaries between genre and generation. It's a battle cry from a band that's rededicated itself to fighting the good fight, trading the breakneck pace of the group's past for something a little more swaggering, stabilizing, and singular. "Remember to breathe," Galloway sings during the album's final moments, delivering those lines like a veteran road warrior who's seen his share of exhaustion. That's good advice. After spending a decade in the trenches, Uncle Lucius has caught its breath, seized the moment, and enjoyed a much-deserved victory lap. Like It's The Last One Left is the soundtrack to the next leg of the journey.
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Americana Roots Rock
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What fans are saying
Chase
4 / 5
So glad Uncle Lucius is touring again! Excellent show and some really down to earth guys. Hope they come through again! 5/5 Venue was good! Small town bar with good table seating. 4/5
Southbound Bar & Grill Springfield, MO
Sep 21, 2023
Justin
5 / 5
The band was astonishing. Kevin's voice was rich and soulful. Everyone was a clinician of their trade. Two awesome lead guitars... out of this world. A must see for any concert goer
The Barrelhouse Ballroom Chattanooga, TN
Oct 06, 2023
Christopher
5 / 5
All around a great night and music! The Uncle Lucius band was great! Looking forward to the next time! The Barrelhouse staff was very informative and friendly!
The Barrelhouse Ballroom Chattanooga, TN
Oct 05, 2023
Russ
5 / 5
These dudes never fail to kill it live. So glad they are back out on the road touring again. Knuckleheads remains the premier live music venue in the KC area.
Knuckleheads Kansas City, MO
Apr 30, 2023
Dan
5 / 5
Great show in a very intimate venue. Great set list. Sound was great! Glad I drove the two hours from Des Moines to see the show!!
Raccoon Motel Davenport, IA
Jul 03, 2023
David
5 / 5
The band was phenomenal! Kevin still has the charismatic pipes, the keyboardist is most enthusiastic, and the dueling guitarists are quite talented. Comfortable venue, decent acoustics, reasonable drink prices.
The Castle Theatre Bloomington, IL
Jul 03, 2023
Saul
5 / 5
What a great show! Hate that it must come to an end but like all good things... Thank you for the experience and best of luck!! -Fan for life
Stanley's BBQ Tyler, TX
Jan 28, 2018
Kimberly
5 / 5
Both bands were awesome!! Great songs, vocals, and instrumental!!! Definitely hoping they come back soon!!! First time at the Longhorn Ballroom. We will be back again!!!
Longhorn Ballroom Dallas, TX
Dec 30, 2023
mdwight91
5 / 5
Every Gruene Hall show is incredible, but this particular show was beyond words. Uncle Lucius, you will be missed. Thank you for everything.
Gruene Hall New Braunfels, TX
Mar 24, 2018
Uncle Wes
5 / 5
Great to see the boys back on stage. New songs are great & the old ones sound fresh with the new lineup.
The Castle Theatre Bloomington, IL
Jul 02, 2023
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Uncle Lucius Tour Cities
Uppsala, Sweden New Braunfels, TX Sint-Niklaas, Belgium Göteborg, Sweden London, United Kingdom Nashville, TN Denison, TX Columbus, OH College Station, TX Brooklyn, NY Kingsland, TX Manchester, KY Utopia, TX Red River, NM Kristianstad, Sweden Philadelphia, PA Austin, TX Utrecht, Netherlands Manchester, United Kingdom San Antonio, TX Lexington, KY Buffalo, NY Maryville, TN Tulsa, OK Hamburg, Germany Roswell, NM Groningen, Netherlands Nottingham, United Kingdom Lubbock, TX Falkenberg, Sweden Memphis, TN Pittsburgh, PA Stockholm, Sweden Oslo, Norway

Frequently Asked Questions About Uncle Lucius

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Uncle Lucius on tour?

Yes, Uncle Lucius is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Uncle Lucius concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Uncle Lucius tour is scheduled for 41 dates across 34 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Uncle Lucius scheduled to play?

Uncle Lucius is scheduled to play 41 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Uncle Lucius tour start?

Uncle Lucius’s tour starts Jun 21, 2024 and ends on Nov 02, 2024. They will play 34 cities; their most recent concert was held in San Antonio at Stable Hall and their next upcoming concert will be in Williamstown at Seaworks.

What venues is Uncle Lucius performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 21 - San Antonio, TX @ Stable Hall
Jun 22 - Austin, TX @ Radio/East
Jun 29 - Utopia, TX @ The Blue Flame
Jul 05 - Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
Jul 06 - Maryville, TN @ The Shed
Jul 09 - Columbus, OH @ A&R Music Bar
Jul 10 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Thunderbird Café & Music Hall
Jul 11 - Philadelphia, PA @ MilkBoy
Jul 12 - Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Made
Jul 13 - Nescopeck, PA @ Briggs Blues Farm
Jul 14 - Buffalo, NY @ Buffalo Iron Works
Jul 16 - Lexington, KY @ Manchester Music Hall
Jul 17 - Memphis, TN @ Railgarten
Jul 19 - Tulsa, OK @ Cain's Ballroom
Jul 20 - Kingsland, TX @ Wakepoint LBJ
Jul 26 - Denison, TX @ Music On Main
Aug 08 - Lubbock, TX @ Cook's Garage
Aug 09 - Christoval, TX @ Cooper's Bar-B-Q
Aug 10 - New Braunfels, TX @ Whitewater Amphitheater
Aug 16 - Red River, NM @ 8750 Music & BBQ Festival
Aug 22 - College Station, TX @ Aggie Park
Aug 24 - Saint Jo, TX @ Red River Station
Aug 30 - Manchester, KY @ Clay County Clerk's Office
Aug 31 - Weston, CO @ Monument Lake Resort
Sep 14 - Roswell, NM @ The Liberty
Oct 04 - Lower Belford, NSW @ Dashville
Oct 12 - Williamstown, VIC @ Seaworks
Oct 18 - Köln, Germany @ MTC Club
Oct 19 - Utrecht, Netherlands @ Tivoli Vredenburg
Oct 21 - Göteborg, Västra Götaland @ Pustervik
Oct 22 - Uppsala, Uppsala län @ Katalin
Oct 23 - Stockholm, Sweden @ Bar Brooklyn
Oct 24 - Oslo, Norway @ Røverstaden
Oct 25 - Falkenberg, Hallands län @ Tryckhallen
Oct 26 - Kristianstad, Skåne län @ Kulturkvarteret Kristianstad
Oct 27 - Hamburg, HH @ NOCHTSPEICHER
Oct 29 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ Night & Day Cafe
Oct 30 - Nottingham, United Kingdom @ Bodega
Oct 31 - London, United Kingdom @ Oslo Hackney
Nov 01 - Sint-niklaas, Belgium @ De Casino
Nov 02 - Groningen, GR @ Take Root Festival
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