Larkin Poe Announces Tour Dates

The Nashville-based sister duo, Larkin Poe, announced their 2020 world tour including a stop in Webster Hall in New York City. The tour officially starts in March at North Little Rock, AR’s University of Arkansas – Pulaski Technical College and wraps up in April with stops across the globe. Dates also exist in February through July on this tour.

Larkin Poe. Photo credit: Aloysius Lim

Larkin Poe has a GRAMMY® Award-nominated album Venom & Faith in the Best Contemporary Blues category. The tour announcement follows on the coattails of their video for “MISSISSIPPI” released on December 17. Larkin Poe is currently working on their next album which is due to drop sometime in 2020.

Larkin Poe will be stopping at Webster Hall in New York City on April 2. The tour includes stops all across the United States. There are also dates in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. 

For more information on Larkin Poe or their tour visit their website. See the complete list of dates below.

Larkin Poe 2020 Tour Dates:

Feb. 8 – Mahindra Blues Festival – Mumbai, India

Feb. 27 through  March 2 – Rock Legends Cruise – Port Everglades, FL 

March 13 – Minglewood Hall – Memphis, TN

March 14 – University of Arkansas: Pulaski Technical College –  North Little Rock, AR 

March 18 – Center for the Arts – Jackson, WY 

March 25 – 29 – Treefort Music Fest  – Boise, ID

March 27 – The Independent –  San Francisco, CA 

March 28 – Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA 

April 1 – Royale – Boston, MA

April 2 – Webster Hall – New York, NY 

April 3 – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA

April 5 – Tampa Bay Blues Festival – Tampa, FL

April 11 – Byron Bay Bluesfest – Tyagarah, Australia

April 13 – Byron Bay Bluesfest – Tyagarah, Australia

April 15 – Factory Theatre – Sydney, Australia 

April 16 – The Corner Hotel – Richmond, Australia

April 18 – Powerstation – Auckland, New Zealand

April 19  – James Hay Theatre – Christchurch, New Zealand

April 21 – duo Music Exchange – Tokyo, Japan

April 24 – Sweetwater 420 Festival – Atlanta, GA

April 25 – Brooklyn Bowl – Nashville, TN 

May 1 – O2 Institute – Birmingham, United Kingdom

May 2 – Button Factory – Dublin, Ireland

May 3 – SWG3 Studio Warehouse – Glasgow, United Kingdom

May 5 – O2 Ritz Manchester  – Manchester, United Kingdom

May 6 – SWX  – Bristol, United Kingdom

May 7 – O2 Empire Shepherds Bush  – London, United Kingdom

May 9 – Paradiso  – Amsterdam, Netherlands

May 10 – Live Music Hall  – Cologne, Germany

May 12 – Ancienne Belgique – Brussels, Belgium

May 13 – Le Trianon  – Paris, France 

May 15 – Sala Apolo – Barcelona, Spain

May 16 – Sala But  – Madrid, Spain

May 19 – Santeria Toscana 31  – Milano, Italy

May 20 – Dynamo  – Zurich, Switzerland

May 22 – Technikum München – München, Germany 

May 23 – WUK – Wien, Austria

May 25 – Lucerna Music Bar – Prague, Czech Republic 

May 26 – Huxley’s Neue Welt  – Berlin, Germany

May 27 – Markthalle  – Hamburg, Germany

May 29 – VEGA – København V, Denmark

May 30 – Restaurang Trädgårn – Göteborg, Sweden

May 31 – Rockefeller Music Hall – Oslo, Norway

June 2 – Berns  – Stockholm, Sweden

July 12 – Bospop Festival – Weert, Netherlands

July 17 – 19 – Blues Peer Festival – Peer, Belgium 

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