Monday, 1 February 2016
Hi folks,

We're excited to announce that we'll be back out on the road this spring!

Things kick off in Charleston, SC on April 29 for a special night at Charleston Music Hall with Dave Rawlings Machine followed by a trip down to New Orleans for Jazz Fest on May 1. Tickets are on sale now for both.

That leads into two straight weeks of shows in May starting in Nashville on the 2nd. The tour includes dates in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and Wisconsin before wrapping up with two nights in Chicago on May 13-14. As with the December tour, our single valiant Neumann U-89 microphone will be carrying the amplification load each night of this run.

You can find all the specifics on the tour page; limited pre-sale tickets will be available at PunchBrothers.com starting tomorrow, February 2, at 10am local time. The public on sale will follow this Friday, February 5.

Before the tour, we'll head to Cincinnati for Bryce Dessner of The National's MusicNOW Festival on March 20. Thile will have his own solo set at the fest on the 18th.

We'll also be making our way out west to California for The Huck Finn Jubilee in Ontario on June 12, our annual pilgrimage to Colorado for Telluride Bluegrass Fesitval (June 16-19), and the Oregon Bach Festival in Eugene, OR on July 5.

There are quite a few other dates to circle on your calendar:

• Noam's solo tour kicks off this Thursday and will keep him on the road all month
• Paul's trio, Haas Kowert Tice, has a Nashville date on Feb 26 and three shows at the Savannah Music Festival on April 4
• Thile has a pair of solo shows at the end of February in Fernandina Beach, FL and Madison, GA
• Critter has a handful of duo dates with Julian Lage in March and April

If you missed the Thile-hosted episode of A Prairie Home Companion this past weekend - featuring Ben Folds, Brandi Carlile, Ed Helms, Sarah Jarosz, and a full complement of Punch Brothers - you can replay it now here.

Thile is hosting again this upcoming Saturday with guests Paul Simon, Andrew Bird, Maria Bamford, Sarah Jarosz, and 4/5th of PB (Noam will be busy with his aforementioned solo tour). You can watch a live stream at prairiehome.org or catch the archive shortly after the show here.

Best,
Punch Brothers
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