Fleet Foxes add even more dates to already sprawling 2018 'Crack Up' tour of North America

The new dates to the 'Crack Up' tour kick off in Mach and extend all the way into August. Brooklyn-based folk-pop artist Amen Dunes will be joining the band for most of the performances.

Fleet Foxes announced a massive US tour in January, but that doesn't seem to have satiated the appetite of  the acclaimed Seattle-based folk outfit. The band, which was nominated for a Grammy this year, has announced that it has added more US tour dates in support of their latest LP, 'Crack-Up’.

Having previously announced appearances at festivals like Atlanta’s Shaky Knees and Boston Calling, as well as East Coast and Midwest headline shows, the band has revealed a number of dates in California alongside their Coachella festival appearance. Also announced is support from Brooklyn-based folk-pop artist Amen Dunes, who will join Fleet Foxes when they play Eugene, OR’s McDonald Theatre on April 10.

Last year’s 'Crack-Up' was the band’s third studio album and it was released after the band’s six-year hiatus. The album was released to much critical acclaim, and equal, if not more crowd support. Paste magazine describing the record as, “sumptuous and ambitious, a serpentine journey from the center of harmony-drenched folk-pop out to the edge of Pecknold’s brain and back. It is lovely, strange and generous, and ultimately a very welcome return for the Seattle band.” 

Check out the band’s upcoming tour dates and some behind the scenes footage of the band’s 2017 Crack Up Tour so far below:

Fleet Foxes' Crack Up 2018 Tour Dates:

March 
01 – Tampa, Fla. @ The Ritz Ybor
02 – Saint Augustine, Fla. @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre 
03 – Orlando, Fla. @ House of Blues Orlando 
04 – Miami Beach, Fla. @ The Fillmore iami Beach 
06 – North Charleston, S.C. @ North Charleston Performing Arts 
07 – Charlotte, N.C. @ The Fillmore Charlotte 
09 – Jackson, Miss. @ Thalia Mara Hall 
10 – Memphis, Tenn. @ Cannon Center for the Performing Arts 
11 – Mobile, Ala. @ Soul Kitchen 
12 – New Orleans, La. @ Orpheum Theater

April 
10 – Eugene, Ore. @ McDonald Theatre *
11 – Sacramento, Calif. @ Crest Theatre *
12 – San Pedro, CA @ Warner Grand *
14 – Indio, Calif. @ Coachella 
15 – San Diego, CA @ Humphrey’s Concerts *
17 – Pomona, CA @ Fox Pomona *
18 – San Luis Obispo, Calif. @ Madonna Expo Center *
20 – Berkeley, Calif. @ Greek Theatre Berkeley *
21 – Indio, Calif. @ Coachella 

May 
03 – Raleigh, N.C. @ Red Hat Amphitheater 
04-06 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Shaky Knees 
07 – Houston, Texas @ Revention Music Center *
08 – San Antonio, Texas @ Tobin Center for the Performing Arts *
10 – El Paso, Texas @ Abraham Chaves Theater *
12 – Albuquerque, N.M. @ Sunshine Theatre *
14 – Tulsa, Oklahoma @ Cain’s Ballroom *
15 – St. Louis, Mo. @ Peabody Opera House * 
17 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Benedum Center for the Performing Arts *
18 – Washington, District of Columbia @ The Anthem *
19 – Columbus, Ohio @ Express Live *
21 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Ryman Auditorium *
22 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Ryman Auditorium *
23 – Louisville, Ky. @ Iroquois Amphitheater *
24 – Indianapolis, Ind. @ The Murat Theater *
25-27 – Allston, Mass. @ Boston Calling 
26 – South Burlington, Vt. @ The Green Shelburne Museum *

June 
30-07 – Roskilde, Denmark @ Roskilde Festival

July 
02 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Velký sál Lucerna
04 – Gdynia, Poland @ Open’er Festival 
10 – San Sebastian, Spain @ Auditorio del Centro Kursa 
12 – Madrid, Spain @ Mad Cool Festival 
24 – Toronto, Ontario @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

August 
15-18 – Tabuao, Portugal @ Paredes de Coura Festival

(* = w/ Amen Dunes)

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