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Graham Nash unveils extensive North American tour

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Graham Nash has shared his plans for an extensive North American tour, which will cover a number of regions this summer and fall. After the 2023 release of Now, the artist’s first collection of new material in seven years, this outing continues a bright and nostalgic, yet progressive and generative chapter in the artist’s story with a whopping 38 live engagements. On five of these dates, the two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee will be joined by special guest Jody Collins, underscoring the shared roots at the beginning of the artist’s complex and influential career.

Nash will kick off his 2024 run during the dog days of summer with an August 3 show at Chautauqua in Boulder, Colorado, and embark on a four-night run in the Centennial State that concludes with an August 7 return to Chautauqua. Next, the legendary songwriter heads east for a 10-stop sprint through the Great Plains and Midwest regions, culminating in a stop at Royal Oak, Michigan’s Royal Oak Music Hall on August 21 and a final Midwest show at The Kent. Stage in Kent, Ohio on August 23. Five solo stops in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic from August 24 to 30 will then bring Nash to his five-show series with Collins, which will see the pair perform at legendary venues such as New Carnegie Hall in York on October 1 and the Shubert Theater in Boston on October 3.

From October 4 to 10, Nash will present three solo dates in the Northeast, crossing the northern border with performances in Quebec City, Quebec’s Palais Montcalm on October 8 and Ottawa, Ontario’s National Arts Center on October 9. final show with Collins at the State Theater in Ithaca, NY on October 12, the artist will move to the Midwest and Southeast for the final leg of his 2024 calendar. Nash’s latest series kicks off with a pair of shows at Evanston, Illinois’s Cahn Auditorium at October 15 and 16 and ultimately concludes with a three-show residency at Vienna’s legendary Wolf Trap, which will be staged at The Barns for unprecedented intimacy with the world-changing songwriter.

Nash described his 2023 album Now as “the most personal one I’ve ever made,” noting that “at this point in my life, that’s something to say. The record was released to widespread acclaim from fans and critics alike, propelling the artist’s legendary voice into a new era and welcoming devoted fans of a new generation. The artist’s seventh solo studio project is now available on all streaming platforms.

Tickets for Nash’s 2024 tour are available now. For tickets and more information, visit grahamnash.com/tourdates#tourdates.

Read on for a full list of Nash’s 2024 tour dates.

Graham Nash 2024 tour dates:
August 3 – Chautauqua – Boulder, Colo.
August 4 – Washington – Fort Collins, Colorado.
August 6 – Botanical Gardens – Denver, Colorado.
August 7 – Chautauqua – Boulder, Colo.
August 9 – Holland Center – Omaha, Neb.
August 10 – The Stiefel Theater – Salina, Kan.
August 13 – Hoyt Sherman Place – Des Moines, Iowa.
August 14 – The Pabst Theater – Milwaukee, Wis.
August 16 – Pantages Theater – Minneapolis, Minnesota.
August 17 – Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua – Bayfield, Wis.
August 18 – By Community Auditorium – Fish Creek, Wis.
August 20 – Kalamazoo State Theater – Kalamazoo, Michigan.
August 21 – Royal Oak Music Hall – Royal Oak, Michigan.
August 23 – The Kent Stage – Kent, Ohio
August 24 – Point of the Bluff Concert Pavilion – Hammondsport, NY
August 26 – Ocean City Music Pier – Ocean City, NJ
August 27 – Whitaker Center – Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
August 29 – The Pavilion at Tree House Brewing – Charlton, Mass.
August 30 – Shalin Liu Performance Center – Rockport, Massachusetts.
September 28 – Scottish Rite Auditorium* – Collingswood, NJ
September 29 – Scottish Rite Auditorium* – Collingswood, NJ
October 1 – Carnegie Hall* – New York
October 3 – Shubert Theater* – Boston
October 4 – Academy of Music – Northampton, Mass.
October 6 – The Egg Hart Theater – Albany, NY
October 8 – Palais Montcalm (Raoul-Jobin Hall) – Quebec City, Quebec
October 9 – National Arts Center – Ottawa, Ontario
October 10 – The Flynn – Burlington, Vt.
October 12 – State Theater* – Ithaca, NY
October 15 – Cahn Auditorium – Evanston, Illinois.
October 16 – Cahn Auditorium – Evanston, Illinois.
October 17 – The Parade – St. Louis
October 19 – Metropolitan Theater – Morgantown, WV
October 20 – Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium – Athens, Ohio.
October 22 – The Beacon Theater – Hopewell, Va.
October 23 – The Barns at Wolf Trap – Vienna, Virginia.
October 25 – The Barns at Wolf Trap – Vienna, Virginia.
October 26 – The Barns at Wolf Trap – Vienna, Virginia.
*with special guest Judy Collins