Todd Snider Details Fall 2022 ‘American Troubadour Tour’

Todd Snider hit the road in September and October 2022 on the aptly named American Troubadour Tour. The month-long series of more than three dozen concerts will take Peace Queer from coast to coast throughout the fall.

The new set of dates begins September 7 at Harvester Performance Center in Rocky Mount, Virginia. Starting on the east coast, Snider will work its way west and vice versa. After West Coast stops in Denver Primal Theater (09/29), Portland Revolution Hall (10/6) outside his hometown of Beaverton, San Francisco Great American Music Hall (10/14), and many more, Snider will return east. The first step of American Troubadour Tour culminates on Halloween night at Jamf Theater in Eau Claire, WI. Snider called the upcoming run a continuation of his “second tour – because I went on the road in 1994 and never got home before the pandemic.”

Related: Todd Snider Picks, Smiles & Tells Stories at Asheville’s The Orange Peel

Joining Todd throughout the tour are an array of openings, including Ray Wylie Hubbard for four shows across California, Nevada and Utah in late October; Nicki Bluhm in Denver, Missoula and Bozeman; Lilly Winwood for shows from September 7 to 18; and Ryan Montbleau from October 3 to 19.

The American Troubadour Tour will coincide with the release of Live: The Return of the Storyteller. The sequel to Snider’s acclaimed 2011 hit The narrator The live album was recorded during its first round of broadcasts following its reappearance from the COVID-induced lockdown. Last year saw the release of Snider’s part concept album, part fatback music homage, First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder.

Tickets for the Todd Snider American Troubadour Tour goes on sale Friday at 1 p.m. ET. Scroll down for a full list of dates.

Todd Snider American Troubadour Tour Appointment

September 7 – Harvester Performance Center – Rocky Mount, VA*
September 9 – Infinity Hall Norfolk – Norfolk, Connecticut*
September 10 – Narrows Center for the Arts – Fall River, MA*
September 11 – Infinity Hall Hartford – Hartford, Connecticut*
September 13 – Swyer Theater at The Egg – Albany, NY*
September 15 – StageOne – Fairfield, Connecticut*
September 16 – Natick Arts Center – Natick, MA*
September 17 – Sellersville Theater – Sellersville, Pennsylvania*
September 18 – The Queen – Wilmington, DE*
September 29 – Paramount Theater – Denver, CO +
October 1 – The Wilma – Missoula, MT +
October 2 – THE ORME – Bozeman, MT+
October 3 – Egyptian Theater – Boise, ID @
October 4 – Tower Theater – Bend, [email protected]
October 6 – Revolution Hall – Portland, [email protected]
October 7 – Soreng Theater at the Hult Center – Eugene, [email protected]
October 8 – Neptune Theater – Seattle, WA @
October 9 – The Bing Crosby Theater – Spokane, WA @
October 12 – Arcata Theater Lounge – Arcata, [email protected]
October 13 – Raven Theater – Healdsburg, [email protected]
October 14 – Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, [email protected]
October 16 – Rio Theater – Santa Cruz, [email protected]
October 18 – The Fremont Theater – San Luis Obispo, [email protected]
October 19 – The Coach House – San Juan Capistrano, [email protected]
October 21 – Paradise Performing Arts Center – Paradise, CA~
October 22 – Bally’s Lake Tahoe Casino Resort – South Lake Tahoe, NV~
October 24 – The State Room – Salt Lake City, UT ~
October 25 – The State Room – Salt Lake City, UT~
October 26 – Washington’s – Fort Collins, CO
October 28 – Knuckleheads – Kansas City, MO
October 29 – Scottish Rite Hall – Omaha, NE
October 30 – Wooly’s – Des Moines, Iowa
October 31 – Jamf Theater – Eau Claire, WI
* with Lilly Winwood
+ with Nicki Bluhm
@ with Ryan Montbleau
~ with Ray Wylie Hubbard

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