Acclaimed singer, songwriter and musician Gregory Alan Isakov will embark on a nationwide U.S. headline tour this fall including stops at Dallas’ Granada Theater, Austin’s Paramount Theatre, Tucson’s Rialto Theatre, two nights at Santa Barbara’s Lobero Theatre and Bend’s Tower Theatre among others. Tickets for the newly confirmed performances are available starting today at noon ET with $1 from each ticket sold going to The Land Institute or the National Independent Talent Organization (NITO). See below for complete tour itinerary.

Prior to the headline tour, Isakov will join Patty Griffin on a series of co-headlining shows in October and, in 2022, is confirmed to join The Lumineers on their European arena tour.

Isakov is a GRAMMY-nominated singer, songwriter and performer, beloved by his devoted community of fans and critics alike. Since his debut, Isakov has released five full-length albums including his most recent, 2019’s Evening Machines, which was nominated for Best Folk Album at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards. Of the album, released in collaboration with Dualtone Music Group and Isakov’s independent label, Suitcase Town Music, NPR Music praised, “Evening Machines showcases his emotionally evocative songwriting style; rich in narrative detail and beautifully contemplative,” while Billboard asserted, “characteristically ruminative…blending a gentle spaciousness with dusky atmospheres and carefully nuanced textures” and Rolling Stone heralded, “beautiful collisions of acoustic instruments, Isakov’s soothing vocals and otherworldly noise.” Most recently, Isakov and The Lumineers covered each other’s songs to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Dualtone Music Group. Listen to Isakov perform "Salt And The Sea" and The Lumineers perform “Caves” here. Moreover, earlier this spring, Isakov released a rare live video performance of his song “She Always Takes it Black” from 2013’s The Weatherman (watch here).

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, raised in Philadelphia, Isakov now calls Colorado home. When he isn’t on the road, he spends much of his time on his farm in Boulder County, which provides produce to the farm’s CSA members, local restaurants and donates weekly to Community Food Share.

For more information, please contact Asha Goodman or Carla Sacks
at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

BOLD on-sale today

November 18
/// Wichita, KS /// WAVE*
November 19 /// Oklahoma City, OK /// Jones Assembly*
November 20 /// Dallas, TX /// Granada Theater*
November 21 /// Austin, TX /// The Paramount Theatre*
November 24 /// Tucson, AZ /// Rialto Theatre*
November 26 /// Santa Barbara, CA /// Lobero Theatre*
November 27 /// Santa Barbara, CA /// Lobero Theatre*
November 28 /// Santa Cruz, CA /// The Catalyst*
November 30 /// Bend, OR /// Tower Theatre^
December 1 /// Eugene, OR /// McDonald Theatre^
December 3 /// Portland, OR /// The Arlene Schnitzer
Concert Hall+ (SOLD OUT)
December 7 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// Delta Hall
at Eccles Theater^

*support from Israel Nebeker (of Blind Pilot)
^support from Leif Vollebekk
+performing with the Oregon Symphony

October 5 /// Knoxville, TN /// Tennessee Theatre (SOLD OUT)
October 6 /// Chattanooga, TN /// Tivoli Theatre
October 8 /// Charlotte, NC /// Knight Theater
October 9 /// Saxapahaw, NC /// Haw River Ballroom (SOLD OUT)
October 11&12 /// Alexandria, VA /// Birchmere (SOLD OUT)
October 13 /// Charlottesville, VA /// Paramount Theatre (SOLD OUT)
October 15 /// Troy, NY /// Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
October 16 /// New Haven, CT /// Shubert Theater
October 17 /// Ithaca, NY /// State Theatre
October 19 /// Northampton, MA /// Academy of Music
October 21 /// Concord, NH /// Capitol Center for the Arts
October 22 /// Beverly, MA /// The Cabot (SOLD OUT)
October 23 /// Portland, ME—State Theatre (SOLD OUT)