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Pinegrove Announces 2022 Tour Dates, Releases Album Lead Single, “Alaska”

Pinegrove has announced a 2022 national tour in support of their forthcoming album, 11:11.

Announced on social media earlier this morning, the indie-rock band will hit the road in January for a 45-date, five-month world-wide tour. Kicking off on January 28th as the same release of 11:11 at Charleston, SC’s Pour House, the band – fronted and manned by singer-songwriter Evan Stephens Hall and drummer Zack Levine – will make its way throughout the U.S., circulating through Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and much of the South in February before heading up North.

The band will take a much-deserved month off in March before heading back out, starting at Phoenix, AZ’s Nile before playing four shows in California. The group will then head to Oregon and Washington and make their way to headline Salt Lake City, UT’s Soundwell on April 15th, continuing East to complete their last U.S. show at Houston, TX’s White Oak Music Hall on April 24th and head overseas for their European run.

Additionally, Pinegrove has shared the forthcoming album’s lead single “Alaska.” The new single follows the band’s single release from last year “Orange,” both of which will appear on the new album. 

“Alaska” – Pinegrove


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“Calling the record 11:11 should be a heartening statement, though there’s certainly a range of emotion across the album,” Hall says. “There’s much to be angry about right now, and a lot of grief to metabolize. But hopefully, the loudest notes are of unity, collectivity, and community. I want to open a space for people to feel all these things.”

Artist pre-sale tickets will go on sale Friday, November 12th at 11 a.m. local time with general on sale tickets going live at 1 p.m. local time via the band’s website. Scroll down to see a full list of upcoming tour dates.


01-28 Charleston, SC – Pour House
01-29 Orlando, FL – The Beacham
01-30 Atlanta, GA – The Eastern
01-31 Birmingham, AL – Saturn
02-02 New Orleans, LA – Republic
02-04 Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl
02-05 Louisville, KY – Headliners
02-07 Minneapolis, MN – First Ave
02-09 Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall
02-11 Detroit, MI – Majestic
02-12 Toronto, Ontario – Phoenix
02-14 Montreal, Quebec – L’astral
02-16 Boston, MA – House of Blues
02-18 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
02-19 New York, NY – Irving Plaza
02-20 New York, NY – Irving Plaza
02-24 Washington, D.C. – Lincoln Theater
02-25 Richmond, VA – The National
02-26 Asheville, NC – Orange Peel
04-04 Phoenix, AZ – Nile
04-05 San Diego, CA – The Observatory North Park
04-07 Los Angeles, CA – The Novo
04-09 San Francisco, CA – The Regency
04-10 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
04-12 Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
04-13 Seattle, WA – Showbox
04-15 Salt Lake City, UT – Soundwell
04-16 Denver, CO – Gothic
04-19 Lawrence, KS – Granada
04-21 Austin, TX – Stubbs
04-23 Dallas, TX – Studio at the Factory
04-24 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
05-08 Dublin, Ireland – Button Factory
05-10 Glasgow, Scotland – Queen Margaret Union
05-11 Leeds, England – Brudenell Social Club
05-13 Manchester, England – Academy 2 Manchester
05-14 London, England – Roundhouse
05-15 Bristol, England – The Marble Factory
05-17 Paris, France – La Boule Noire
05-18 Brussels, Belgium – AB Club
05-19 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso Noord
05-20 Munster, Germany – Gleis 22
05-22 Hamburg, Germany – Hafenklang
05-24 Berlin, Germany – Hole 44
05-25 Munich, DE – Hansa 39