Brooklyn’s Cousin Earth is in the midst of their spring tour that takes them throughout the Northeast with stops in Nyack, Syracuse, Patchogue and New York City.
Cousin Earth, a ukulele-led folk rock electronica fusion act, is busy working on their first full-length album. While taking a break from the studio, they’re touring the Northeast. The tour, which kicked off at Rock ‘n’ Roll Resort continues this Friday, April 21 at Olive’s in Nyack and Saturday, April 22 at Funk ‘N Waffles in Syracuse. They stop by Brickhouse Brewery in Patchogue on May 12. Their final New York stop on the tour is at American Beauty in New York City on May 18 where they take part in Brookladelphia’s tribute to Radiohead in celebration of the 20th anniversary of their seminal album OK Computer. The tour includes a couple festival stops including Bungle in the Jungle in Northumberland, Pennsylvania on May 7 and the StrangeCreek Campout in Greenfield, Massachusetts on May 28. Their tour concludes on June 2 in Avon, New Jersey.
In addition to the tour, they have a couple one off dates planned for the summer. They play the Soupstock Festival in Shelton, Connecticut on June 24 and Finnegan’s in Hoboken, New Jersey on July 14.
Cousin Earth Tour Dates
April 21 – Olive’s, Nyack, NY w/ Escaper
April 22 – Funk ‘N Waffles, Syracuse, NY w/ Dynamo
April 28 – Bishop’s Lounge, Northampton, MA w/ Fat Bradley
April 29 – Penuche’s, Manchester, NH
May 7 – Bungle in the Jungle, Northumberland, PA
May 12 – Brickhouse Brewery, Patchogue, NY
May 18 – American Beauty, New York, NY – Brookladelphia Tribute to Radiohead’s OK Computer
May 26 – Scottish Dave’s Pub, Clinton, CT
May 28 – StrangeCreek Campout, Greenfield, MA
June 2 – Norwood Inn, Avon, NJ w/ Waiting on Mongo
June 24 – Soupstock Festival, Shelton, CT
July 14 – Finnegan’s, Hoboken, NJ