Acclaimed Chicago band Wilco has just announced this year’s Fall Tour. Jeff Tweedy & Co. will play 13 shows focusing on the Southeast and Southwest portions of the United States.
Wilco begins the tour at Pinewood Bowl in Lincoln, Nebraska on September 22. From there, the band will make stops in Kansas City, Tulsa and Santa Fe before embarking on a run through Texas. Tweedy & Co.’s Texas run includes shows in Marfa, Austin, San Antonio and Irving.
The tour is currently scheduled to conclude with four shows in the Southeast. Up first is a performance at the Orpheum in Memphis on October 5. Wilco then ends the tour with concerts in Birmingham, Atlanta and Asheville. A Wilcoworld pre-sale is set for 10 a.m. local time on Wednesday, July 19. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, July 21.
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