Funk favorite Lettuce is set to head out on a winter tour that kicks off with a four night New Year’s run and continues with an extended run through the South, West and Midwest.
Lettuce is gearing up for their Winter Tour that begins with their New Year’s run on Dec. 28 at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club and continues with their traditional three night residency at the Brooklyn Bowl in New York City, capped off with a New Year’s Eve extravaganza and surprises to be announced soon.
Following the New Year’s run, they play Jam Cruise, which sets off on Jan. 17 and the Gem and Jam Festival in Tucson, Arizon on Jan. 27 and 28.
Beginning on Feb. 7 at Atlanta’s Variety Playhouse, Lettuce picks up their headlining tour, which brings them west through the South to California, Oregon and Washington before they head east through the northern states. The tour concludes at Cleveland’s House of Blues on Feb. 25. The tour sees the band supported by The Motet for much of the southern and western shows and Galactic in the Midwest.
The tour announcement comes on the heels of the release of their newest album Witches Stew. The live album was recorded at the 2016 Catskill Chill festival and features the band paying tribute to one of their biggest influences, Miles Davis. The album is an interpretive take on Davis’s Bitches Brew.
Lettuce Tour Dates
Dec. 28 – Paradise Rock Club, Boston, MA
Dec. 29-31 – Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY
Jan. 17 – Jam Cruise, Miami, FL
Jan. 27-28 – Gem and Jam Festival, Tucson, AZ @ Gem and Jam Festival
Feb. 7 – Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
Feb. 8 – Joy Theater, New Orleans, LA *
Feb. 9 – House of Blues, Houston, TX *
Feb. 10 – Stubb’s Bar-B-Q, Austin, TX *
Feb. 13 – Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas, NV
Feb. 14 – Observatory North Park, San Diego, CA *
Feb. 15 – Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, CA*
Feb. 16 – Fox Theater, Oakland, CA *
Feb. 17 – Roseland Theater, Portland, OR
Feb. 18 – Showbox, Seattle, WA
Feb. 20 – The Wilma, Missoula, MT
Feb. 22 – Palace Theatre, St. Paul, MN ^
Feb. 23 – Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL ^
Feb. 24 – St. Andrews Hall, Detroit, MI ^
Feb. 25 – House of Blues, Cleveland, OH ^
* with support from Motet
^ co-bill with Galactic