The Wood Brothers Announce 2022 Tour Dates, Tour Begins at Kodak Center

The Wood Brothers have announced their first shows in 2022. The Grammy Award-nominated, Nashville-based trio will head out on 19-date tour that begins January 25 at The Kodak Center in Rochester. They’ll also make stops in Albany, Plattsburgh and NYC before heading out west.

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The first leg of dates—featuring support from singer/songwriter Steve Poltz—extends into February and stretches across the Northeast. Highlights include performances at 9:30 Club in Washington, DC, The Fillmore in Philadelphia, House of Blues in Boston and a return to Webster Hall in New York City to close out the run. After a brief pause, the second leg picks up on February 22 at The Rialto Theatre in Tucson and proceeds to blanket the Mountain states into March, including appearances at The Mission Ballroom in Denver, Center For The Arts in Jackson and Knitting Factory in Boise before concluding with two nights in Montana. Rounder Records’ recording artist Katie Pruitt performs an opening set each evening. 

The Wood Brothers most recent album, Kingdom In My Mind, was released in January 2020. The pandemic forced the band to cut short touring plans in support of the collection thus many of the upcoming dates represent the first time fans will have an opportunity to witness the band performing material from the recording.While on hiatus in 2020, The Wood Brothers remained active, reissuing their landmark 2013 album The Muse on 2-LP vinyl and playing a series of livestreams. Additionally, Oliver Wood would record his first solo album, Always Smilin’. Released in May 2021 on The Wood Brothers’ imprint Honey Jar Records, the 12-track collection was warmly received by critics and fans alike.

Tickets for the upcoming tour go on-sale on Friday, October 29 at 10am local. All shows will be available for purchase at thewoodbros.com

The Wood Brothers Winter/Spring 2022 Tour

1/25 – Rochester, NY – Kodak Center *
1/26 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club *
1/28 – Albany, NY – Palace Theater *
1/29 – Portland, ME – State Theatre *
1/30 – Plattsburgh, NY – Strand Center for the Arts * 
1/31 – Providence, RI – The Strand *
2/2 – New Haven, CT – College Street Music Hall *
2/3 – Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore *
2/4 – Boston, MA – House of Blues *
2/5 – New York, NY – Webster Hall *
2/22 – Tucson, AZ – Rialto Theatre **
2/23 – Scottsdale, AZ – Virginia G. Piper Theater **
2/25 – Denver, CO – Mission Ballroom **
2/26 – Crested Butte, CO – Center for the Arts **
2/28 – Jackson, WY – Center for the Arts **
3/1 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Commonwealth Room **
3/ 3 – Boise, ID – Knitting Factory **
3/ 4 – Bozeman, MT – The ELM **
3/ 5 – Missoula, MT – The Wilma **

* w/ Steve Poltz
** w/ Katie Pruitt

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