Lukas Nelson & POTR Announce Fall Headline Tour; Release Maui-inspired Music Video For “All Four Winds”

Top dawning Americana band hits the road in support of Top 5, critically-acclaimed album “Sticks And Stones.”

Lukas Nelson was born into country music royalty but rather than rest on the laurels he and his band POTR have built up their success one fan at a time much in the same way that father Willie Nelson did. The roadshow will continue throughout the fall with an extensive list of dates including newly-confirmed shows at Austin’s ACL Live at the Moody Theater, Fort Worth’s Tannahill’s Theatre, Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, The 9:30 Club in Washington DC and Philadelphia’s Brooklyn Bowl among many others to be announced soon.

The tour is in support of the band’s new album Sticks and Stones. The record, self-produced by Lukas along with POTR, was released via 6ACE Records/Thirty Tigers and is currently Top 5 on the Americana Albums Chart. The album features #1 Americana Singles chart hit “More Than Friends” (featuring Lainey Wilson) and current #1 on Alt-Country and Top 10 Americana Singles chart with the album title track, “Stick and Stones.” In addition, The official music video (see below) for the band’s track “All Four Winds” is out now. The video was directed by Micah Nelson and is filled with illustrations that pay tribute to the beauty and nature of Maui, where Lukas Nelson spends much of his time.

Lukas Nelson & POTR Confirmed Tour Dates:

  • September 15—Pryor, OK—Born & Raised Festival
  • September 16—Kansas City, MO—Knuckleheads
  • September 17—Kansas City, MO—Knuckleheads
  • September 18—Columbia, MO—The Blue Note
  • September 20—St. Louis, MO—Delmar Hall
  • September 21—Bloomington, IL—The Castle Theatre
  • September 24—North Adams, MA—FreshGrass
  • September 27—Boston, MA—TD Garden*
  • September 29—New York, NY—Madison Square Garden*
  • October 6-8—Gretna, LA—Gretna Heritage Festival
  • October 13—Austin, TX—ACL Live at the Moody Theatre
  • October 14—Midland, TX—The Tailgate
  • October 15—San Antonio, TX—The Espee
  • October 18—Abilene, TX—The Paramount Theatre
  • October 19—Fort Worth, TX—Tannahill’s Tavern
  • October 20—Katy, TX—Mo’s Place
  • October 24—Little Rock, AR—The Hall
  • October 25—Memphis, TN—Minglewood Hall
  • October 26—Oxford, MS—The Lyric
  • October 28—Atlanta, GA—Buckhead Theatre
  • October 29—Ponte Vedra, FL—Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
  • October 30—St. Petersburg, FL—Jannus Landing
  • November 1—Fort Lauderdale, FL—Parker Theatre
  • November 2—Fort Myers, FL—The Ranch
  • November 4—Sanford, FL—Tuffy’s
  • November 7—Birmingham, AL—Iron City
  • November 8—Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium
  • November 9—Asheville, NC—Orange Peel
  • November 11—Raleigh, NC—The Ritz
  • November 12—Washington, DC—9:30 Club
  • November 14—Charlottesville, VA—Jefferson Theatre
  • November 15—Asbury Park, NJ—Stone Pony
  • November 16—Philadelphia, PA—Brooklyn Bowl

Dates With * are slots opening up for Tedeschi Trucks Band.