By on May 13, 2011
ATO Records is excited to announce that Dawes has confirmed 17 dates supporting Alison Krauss & Union Station. Beginning July 27 in Danbury, CT, the dates run through August 27, and include stops at New York’s Beacon Theatre, the Fox in Atlanta and two shows at The Ryman in Nashville. The complete list of tour dates is below.
Dawes has already begun their touring in support of their highly anticipated second album, Nothing Is Wrong. Due out on June 7, 2011, Nothing Is Wrong is the follow-up to the band’s 2009 debut, North Hills (featuring their breakout anthem, “When My Time Comes”), an extraordinary record that was released quietly and soon became regarded among critics and fans across the country as a classic and must-own favorite. A collection of songs that expertly builds upon the template laid by North HillsNothing Is Wrong sees Dawes displaying strong growth and evolution while still manifesting their distinctive, unforgettable voice. The band is confirmed to perform the first single from the new album, “Time Spent in Los Angeles,” on The Late Show with David Letterman in late June.
In addition, all pre-orders will automatically be entered-to-win a super deluxe grand prize suitcase loaded with the following items:
-Vintage 3′ x 2′ suitcase
-Double Gatefold packaging including photo collage and lyric insert
-CD version of album (sleeve without artwork)
-CD version of Suitcase EP (sleeve with full-color artwork)
-Series of 5 (5×7) black and white lithograph prints in commemorative brown paper jacket sleeve with band logo
-12×12 black and white photo print autographed by Dawes
-Digital download of video series featuring interview, candid, recording, and live performance footage 
-Digital delivery of 11-track album in its entirety on 6/7/11 in premium DRM-free 320 kbps MP3, Apple Lossless, or FLAC files
-Grado 225i Prestige Series headphones
-WILL Leather Goods Hopper Messenger Bag and Slim Billfold Wallet
-Leather notebook with lyrics signed by Taylor Goldsmith
-Black album artwork t-shirt
Fans can also pre-order Nothing Is Wrong online via the band’s website in the following formats and pricing configurations (visit www.dawestheband.com for details):
·       Deluxe LP (Limited Edition) + Immediate Download of Suitcase EP ($28.99/$40.99 w/ T-Shirt)
·       Double LP + Immediate Download of Suitcase EP ($18.99/$30.99 w/ T-Shirt)
·       CD + Immediate Download of Suitcase EP ($12.99/$24.99 w/ T-Shirt)
·       Digital + Immediate Download of Suitcase EP ($10.99/$22.99 w/ T-Shirt)
Fans can also pre-order Nothing Is Wrong at the band’s upcoming May performances where they will receive a physical CD copy of the Suitcase EP that includes a download card to receive the album in its entirety with digital liner notes on street date. The band will be performing special in-store appearances prior to release date at select retailers in tour markets. For a complete list, visit the band’s website at www.dawestheband.com.
Fans may also obtain an instant free album track download of “If I Wanted Someone” in exchange for signing up on the band’s mailing list at www.dawestheband.com. They may stream the new single in exchange for ‘liking’ the band’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/dawestheband.
In support of the pre-order campaign, the band will release a series of weekly videos online featuring interviews, candid, recording, and live performance footage.   The first webisode premiered at Daytrotter.com, and the second, debuted at Paste.com today. All of the videos will be made available for digital download as part of the Deluxe LP (Limited Edition) pre-order offering. Visit the band’s website www.dawestheband.com for more information.
The tour dates are below:
Wed-May-11 Tampa, FL State Theatre
Thu-May-12 St. Augustine, FL Café Eleven 
Fri-May-13 Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse
Sat-May-14 Birmingham, AL Secret Stages Festival, 2pm*note 2 shows on 5/14
Sat-May-14 Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom 
Sun-May-15 Asheville, NC Orange Peel
Tue-May-17 Charlotte, NC Visulite Theatre 
Wed-May-18 Carborro, NC Cat’s Cradle 
Thu-May-19 Athens, GA Melting Point 
Fri-May-20 Chattanooga, TN Nightfall Series – free show
Mon-May-23 New Haven, CT Toad’s
Tue-May-24 Portland, ME State Theatre
Wed-May-25 Northampton, MA The Iron Horse
Thu-May-26 Burlington, VT Higher Ground
Fri-May-27 Montreal, QC Le National
Sat-May-28 Toronto, ON Opera House
Sun-May-29 Detroit, MI St. Andrew’s Hall
Wed-Jun-01 Louisville, KY Headliners
Thu-Jun-02 Indianapolis, IN The Vogue
Fri-Jun-03 Chicago, IL The Vic Theatre
Sun-Jun-05 Hunter Mnt., NY Mountain Jam (1:30PM)
Mon-Jun-06 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
Tue-Jun-07 Louisville, KY Iroquois Ampitheatre
Wed-Jun-08 Columbus, OH LC Ampitheatre
Thu-Jun-09 Pittsburgh, PA  Stage AE
Fri-Jun-10 Philadelphia, PA Mann Center
Sat-Jun-11 Vienna, VA Wolf Trap
Mon-Jun-13 Vancouver, BC Vogue Theatre
Tue-Jun-14 Seattle, WA Moore Theatre
Wed-Jun-15 Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom
Thu-Jun-16 Bend, OR Athletic Club of Bend
Fri-Jun-17 Chico, CA El Rey Theatre
Sat-Jun-18 Los Angeles, CA Orpheum Theatre 
Mon-Jun-20 San Diego, CA House of Blues 
Tue-Jun-21 Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre
Wed-Jun-22 Phoenix, AZ Marquee Theatre
Thu-Jun-23 Las Vegas, NV Silverton Casino
Fri-Jun-24 Reno, NV Knitting Factory
Sat-Jun-25 Oakland, CA Fox Theatre 
Sun-Jun 26
Atlantic City, NJ
Emeryville, CA
Dave Matthews Band Caravan
High Sierra Music Festival
Thu-Jul-07 Winnipeg, MB  Winnipeg Folk Festival 
Fri-Jul-08 Winnipeg, MB  Winnipeg Folk Festival 
Sat-Jul-09 Ottawa, ON Ottawa Bluesfest 
Mon-Jul-11 Quebec City, QC Quebec City Summer Festival
Wed-Jul-27 Danbury, CT Ives Concert Park
Thu-Jul-28 Boston, MA Wang Center
Fri-Jul-29 Chautauqua, NY Institution Amphitheatre
Sat-Jul-30 Charlottesville, VA Charlottesville Pavilion
Tue-Aug-02 New York, NY The Beacon Theatre
Fri-Aug-05 Gilford, NH Meadowbrook Pavilion
Sat-Aug-06 Mashantucket, CT MGM Grand Theatre
Tue-Aug-09 Bethlehem, PA Musikfest
Thu-Aug-11 Cary, NC Koka Booth Amphitheatre
Fri-Aug-12 Asheville, NC The Biltmore
Sat-Aug-13 Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre 
Sun-Aug-14 East Hampton, NY Music to Know Festival
Fri-Aug-19 St. Augustine, FL Augustine Amphitheatre
Sat-Aug-20 Ft. Lauderdale, FL AuRene Theatre
Sun-Aug-21 Clearwater, FL Ruth Eckerd Hall
Fri-Aug-26 Nashville, TN The Ryman
Sat-Aug-27 Nashville, TN The Ryman
5/11 – 5/15 except 5/12 and 5/14 daytime show in Birmingham, 5/23 – 6/3 and  6/13 – 6/25 supporting Brett Dennen except 5/25 in Northampton
Also, note Milow appears 5/27
6/5 with My Morning Jacket, Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeros, Preservation Hall Jazz Band etc
6/6 – 6/9 supporting Bright Eyes
6/10 and 11 supporting Bright Eyes and M. Ward
7/2 with My Morning Jacket, Neko Case
7/7,8 with M. Ward, Blue Rodeo, Little Feat, Funky Meters, Blind Pilot, Jayhawks, Tegan and Sara
7/27 – 8/27 supporting Alison Krauss and Union Station, except 8/14 which is a festival date.


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.