Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats Announce Summer Tour, New EP Forthcoming

Acclaimed Colorado-born raucous rock band Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats have announced a forthcoming run of U.S. tour dates beginning August 1. The new dates are in addition to previously announced dates slated to kick off on April 29. The band’s entire tour runs through October 1.

Videos by American Songwriter

The 43-date trek begins in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl and concludes in Ocean City, Maryland. The tour also makes international stops in Berlin, Madrid, and more cities in Europe.

The news comes on the heels of the band’s announcement of a new five-track EP, What If I, which is slated to drop this summer on June 2 via Stax Records. The day it comes out, the band will be in Ferrara, Italy. Pre-order it, here.

Along with the tour dates, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats is slated to appear at Brandi Carlile’s Mothership Weekend, Willie Nelson’s 90th Birthday Celebration and Outlaw Music Festival with Willie Nelson & Family this summer.

Fans can check out the tracklist for the new EP and the full list of tour dates from the band below.


1. Buy My Round
2. What If I (Cook Brothers Version)
3. That’s Your Opinion
4. Slow Pace of Time (featuring Charlie Gabriel)
5. Suffer Me


April 29-April 30—Los Angeles, CA—Hollywood Bowl *
May 12—Miramar Beach, FL—Seascape Resort
June 3—Chattanooga, TN—Riverbend Festival
June 4—Lexington, KY—Railbird Music Festival
June 16—Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom—Black Deer Festival
June 18—Landgraaf, The Netherlands—Pinkpop Festival
June 20—Cologne, Germany—Live Music Hall †
June 21—Berlin, Germany—Huxley’s Neue Welt †
Jun 23—Vienna, Austria—Arena Wien Open Air †
June 25—Munich, Germany—Backstage Werk †
June 26—Zürich, Switzerland—Kaufleuten †
June 28—Paris, France—Cabaret Sauvage †
June 29—Rotselaar, Belgium—Rock Werchter
July 2—Ferrara, Italy—Comfort Festival
July 3—Milan, Italy—Magnolia Open Ai
July 6—Madrid, Spain—Mad Cool Festival
July 7—Algés, Portugal—Nos Alive
July 23—Redmond, OR—Fairwell Festival
July 28—Columbia, MD—Merriweather Post Pavilion ‡
July 29—Bethel, NY—Bethel Woods Center For The Arts ‡
July 30—Darien Center, NY—Dairen Lake Amphitheater ‡
August 1—Pittsburgh, PA—Stage AE §
August 3—Grand Rapids, MI—GLC Live at 20 Monroe §
August 4—Rochester Hills, MI—Meadow Brook Amphitheatre §
August 5—Columbus, OH—KEMBA Live!
August 7—Madison, WI—The Sylvee §
August 9-10—Chicago, IL—The Salt Shed §
August 12—Minneapolis, MN—Surly Brewing Festival Field §
August 15—Moorhead, MN—Bluestem Amphitheater §
August 18-19—Missoula, MT—Kettlehouse Amphitheater ||
August 22-23—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre ||
September 16—Asbury Park, NJ—Sea Hear Now Festival
September 19—Cleveland, OH—Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
September 20—Newport, KY—MegaCorp Pavilion
September 22—Milwaukee, WI—BMO Pavilion
September 24—Franklin, TN—Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival
September 26—Asheville, NC— Arena #
September 27—Raleigh, NC—Red Hat Amphitheater #
September 30—Bridgeport, CT—Sound On Sound Music Festival
October 1—Ocean City, MD—Oceans Calling Festival

* Willie Nelson’s 90th Birthday Celebration
† with William the Conqueror
‡ with Willie Nelson & Family
§ with Thee Sacred Souls
|| with Waxahatchee
# with Sierra Ferrell

Photo by Danny Clinch/ Sacks & Co.

Leave a Reply

The Best 30 Jimmy Iovine Quotes

Behind the Band Name: All Time Low