Lettuce Announces ‘Sounds Like A Party’ Fall Tour
Funk revivalists Lettuce will hit the road hard this fall for a tour dubbed the “Sounds Like A Party Tour” named for the hard-hitting track from their most recent studio album Crush. The tour spans September through November and follows a summer in which the band will focus on appearances at such festivals as High Sierra, Levitate, Camp Bisco, Lollapalooza, Vertex, Outside Lands and Lockn’.
Lettuce will play a one-off show in Stratton, Vermont on September 4 before hitting the road in earnest starting at Toad’s Place in New Haven on September 20. From there, the funk band ends September with performances in Providence, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Birmingham and New Orleans. October finds Lettuce finishing their visit to the first-ever Bear Creek Bayou in New Orleans followed by shows in Memphis, Knoxville, Columbia, Corolla, North Carolina and Wilmington, North Carolina. The group then heads to the Midwest for gigs in Lafayette, Champaign, St. Louis and Kansas City. Lettuce ends October with a show in Asheville and an appearance at Suwannee Hulaween. November brings more of the same with a swing through Texas and Oklahoma ahead of what for now stands as the tour closer in Louisville on November 9.
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