Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats Announce Summer & Fall Tour 2021
While Nathaniel Rateliff spent the last few years focusing on recording and supporting his latest solo album, 2020’s And It's Still Alright, he’s getting the band back together. Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats will return with summer and fall tours. The group also revealed they expect to release their third studio album this fall.
Rateliff & The Night Sweats will kick off the tour with July concerts in Charlotte, Raleigh, Bethlehem (Pennsylvania), Essex Junction (Vermont) and Portland (Maine) featuring support from The Marcus King Band and Tre Burt. The band then embarks on a run with Delta Spirit spanning August 13 – 25 that includes stops in Whitefish (Montana), Missoula, Spokane, Bend (Oregon), Boise, Park City (Utah) and Grand Junction (Colorado) before ending with a three-night stand at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado August 23 – 25.
Nathaniel and his mates take part in Willie Nelson's Outlaw Music Festival tour on September 22 in Alpharetta, Georgia and September 24 in Columbia, Maryland. From there, the band will play Richmond on September 28 and Asheville on September 29 with Bahamas set to open those shows as well as a performance in Franklin, Tennessee on October 1 that also includes Tre Burt as support.
After an appearance at Memphis’ Mempho Music Festival, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats will pair up with Margo Price for shows in St. Louis on October 9, Columbus on October 10, Cincinnati on October 12 and Cleveland on October 13. Tickets for all headlining concerts, except the previously announced Red Rocks dates (Sept. 23 & 24), go on sale this Thursday, May 27 at 10 a.m. local time.