The Hold Steady expand North American tour

Dates now wind up in Pittsburgh on November 23

The Hold Steady have expanded their tour of North America.

The group, who are already on the road, have now added a series of dates in October and November.

Their next show is in Oxford, Mississippi tomorrow (September 22), while the band will now end the gig-trek in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on November 23.


The group are playing in support of their fifth studio album, ‘Heaven Is Whenever’, which was released earlier this year.

The Hold Steady will play the following dates:

Oxford, MS, The Lyric Oxford (September 22)
Little Rock, AR, Revolution Music Room (23)
New Orleans, LA, Republic New Orleans (24)
Birmingham, AL, WorkPlay Soundstage (25)
Charleston, SC, Music Farm (27)
Asheville, NC, The Orange Peel (28)
Lexington, KY, Buster’s Billiards & Backroom (29)
Indianapolis, IN, The Vogue Theater (30)
Chicago, IL, Vic Theatre (October 1)
Newport, KY, The Southgate House (2)
Washington, DC, 9.30 Club (4)
Philadelphia, PA, Trocadero (5)
Boston, MA, Royale Nightclub (6)
New York, NY, Beacon Theatre (7)
Wilmington, DE, Mojo 13 (9)
Charleston, WV, Mountain Stage (10)
Portland, ME, Port City Music Hall (19)
Montreal, Quebec, Cabaret Mile End (20)
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Pop Explosion Fest (22)
Fredericton, New Brunswick, The Market (23)
Pawtucket, RI, Met Café (24)
Tulsa, OK, The Marquee (November 5)
Houston, TX, Warehouse Live (6)
Austin, TX, Fun Fun Fun Fest (7)
Albuquerque, NM, Sunshine Theatre (9)
Salt Lake City, UT, Club Sound (11)
Las Vegas, NV, House of Blues (12)
San Diego, CA, 4th & B (13)
Lincoln, NE, Bourbon Theatre (16)
Iowa City, IA, Blue Moose Taphouse (17)
Columbia, MO, Blue Note (18)
Dekalb, IL, Otto’s (19)
Kalamazoo, MI, The Strutt (20)
Toledo, OH, Headliners Toledo (22)
Pittsburgh, PA, TBA (23)


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