Lindi Ortega Announces Tour Dates in Support of New EP

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Over the past six years, Canadian transplant Lindi Ortega has carved herself a space in the Nashville country scene. Offering a darker and more soulful take on standard country music, Ortega has received high praise for her last four records.

Ortega eventually left Music City behind to move to Calgary. While there, she put together a new EP, out now, entitled Til The Goin’ Gets Gone, a four-track collection containing three original songs and a rendition of Townes Van Zandt’s “Waiting ‘Round To Die.”

In support of that EP, Ortega announced a new string of tour dates. On some of those dates, she’ll open for Chris Stapleton on his upcoming Canadian tour. She also snagged a few performances at summer festivals throughout the United States.

Check out a full list of tour dates and listen to the EP’s title track below.

Tour dates:

BAYFIELD, ON: Bayfield Town Hall w/ Basia Bulat, Mar 17

LONDON, ON: Budweiser Gardens w/ Chris Stapleton, Mar 18

OTTAWA, ON: Canadian Tire Centre w/ Chris Stapleton, Mar 19

WINNIPEG, MB: MTS Centre w/ Chris Stapleton, Mar 22

CALGARY, AB: Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome w/ Chris Stapleton, Mar 24

EDMONTON, AB: Northlands Coliseum w/ Chris Stapleton, Mar 25

VANCOUVER, BC: Pepsi Live @ Rogers Arena w/ Chris Stapleton, Mar 27

SEATTLE, WA: NorthWest Folklife, May 27

PROSSER, WA: Brewminatti, June 1

REDDING, CA: Vintage Wine Bar and Restaurant, June 3

MILL VALLEY, CA: Sweetwater Music Hall, June 4

COSTA MESA, CA: The Wayfarer, June 7

HERMOSA BEACH, CA: Saint Rocke, June 8

DEL MAR, CA: Brick 15, June 9

READING, PA: Berks Country Fest: An Americana Jamboree, Jun 17

PAWLING, PA: Daryl’s House, June 18

WICHITA, KS: Wichita Vortex Music Festival, Aug 4

ORO-MEDONTE, ON: Boots & Hearts Music Festival, Aug 12

TUOLUMNE, CA: Strawberry Music Festival, Sept 1

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