This summer, Phillip Phillips will embark on a co-headlining national tour alongside Matt Nathanson. As was announced Thursday, the 40-plus date stretch kicks off June 17 in Del Mar, California, with stops across the country in Las Vegas, Cincinnati, and New York, wrapping August 13 in West Allis, Wisconsin. Ticket sales start March 22 at 12 p.m. ET.
Phillips first rose to fame as the 11th season winner of American Idol, and has since released two albums: 2012’s The World From the Side of the Moon and 2014’s Behind the Light. Both records fared well commercially, churning out folk pop hits “Home” and “Raging Fire.” The 25-year-old is currently at work on his third studio LP.
Fellow folk star Matt Nathanson has toured with the likes of Train, Gavin DeGraw, and The Fray. He put out his latest effort, Show Me Your Fangs, last October to high praise.
Also on board the tour are alt pop duo A Great Big World and singer Eric Hutchinson, who will perform as special guests for select shows. See existing dates below, with more stops to be announced soon, according to Nathanson. “There are a handful of dates (in awesome cities!) that we cant announce yet. Those will come in the next month or so,” he tweeted.
June 17—Del Mar, CA—San Diego County Fair
June 18—Las Vegas, NV—Mandalay Bay Beach
June 20—Sandy, UT—Sandy City Amphitheater
June 21—Missoula, MT—Big Sky Brewery
June 24—Papillion, NE—Sumter Amphitheater
June 25—St. Louis, MO—Fox Theatre
June 26—Indianapolis, IN—Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State
June 28—Huber Heights, OH—Rose Music Center at The Heights
July 1—Hampton Beach, NH—Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
July 2—Asbury Park, NJ—Stone Pony Summerstage
July 3—Hyannis, MA—Cape Cod Melody Tent
July 5—Columbus, OH—EXPRESS LIVE!
July 6—Northfield, OH—Hard Rock Live
July 7—Cincinnati, OH—PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center
July 10—Highland Park, IL—Ravinia Festival
July 12—Kansas City, MO—Crossroads
July 15—Reno, NV—Grand Theatre – Grand Sierra Resort
July 17—Seattle, WA—Woodland Park Zoo Amphitheater
July 19—Livermore, CA—Wente Vineyards
July 20—Saratoga, CA—The Mountain Winery
July 22—Costa Mesa, CA—OC Fair and Event Center
July 23—Phoenix, AZ—Comerica Theatre
July 26—Tulsa, OK—Brady Theater
July 28—Nashville, TN—Ascend Amphitheater
July 29—Charlotte, NC—The Uptown Amphitheatre at The Music Factory
July 31—Raleigh, NC—The Red Hat Amphitheater
Aug. 2—Pittsburgh, PA—Stage AE
Aug. 3—New York, NY—Central Park Summer Stage
Aug. 6—Mashantucket, CT—Foxwood Resort Casino – Grand Theater
Aug. 7—Portland, ME—Maine State Pier
Aug. 9—Philadelphia, PA—Mann Center for the Performing Arts
Aug. 10—Vienna, VA—Wolf Trap for the Performing Arts
Aug. 12—Rochester Hills, MI—Meadow Brook
Aug. 13—West Allis, WI—Wisconsin State Fair