“Considering how much fun we’ve had playing Stand For Myself live on these returning summer shows, I cannot wait to get out on the road in February and see all of your beautiful faces as we play songs from this record and more,” Yola exclaimed in a statement.
Yola and her band begin the excursion, which features Jac Ross opening most dates, at Boston’s Big Night Live on February 8. Dates in Washington D.C. and Charlottesville follow along with a show at a venue to be announced in Philadelphia on February 15. The acclaimed performer then heads to the Midwest for concerts in Chicago on February 17, Des Moines on February 19, Minneapolis on February 23, a two-night stand at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville March 3 – 4 and a show in Detroit on March 11.
Next, Yola heads south for March concerts in Richmond, Asheville, Raleigh, Charleston, Atlanta, Birmingham, Little Rock (at a venue to be announced) and New Orleans before ending the month with stops in Dallas on March 25, Houston on March 26, Austin on March 27, Kansas City on March 29 and Oklahoma City on March 30. It’s then off to Colorado for shows in Aspen on April 1, Denver on April 2 and Boulder on April 3.
The tour continues with stops in Salt Lake City, Boise, Bozeman, Missoula, Seattle, Portland (Oregon), San Francisco and Sacramento next April. Yola then opens for Chris Stapleton in Toledo, Columbus and Lexington before ending the run at the House Of Blues in Las Vegas on April 27.
Yola will focus on festival appearances and slots supporting Chris Stapleton over the remainder of 2021. Tickets for her 2022 headlining tour dates go on sale this Friday, August 13 at 10 a.m. local time following a Spotify Fans First presale on Wednesday, August 11.