Ron Pope Plots 2024 A Drop In the Ocean Tour

Singer/songwriter Ron Pope is celebrating the 15th anniversary of his debut album Daylight with an extensive new headlining tour. Announced today (September 20), his 2024 A Drop In the Ocean Tour will stop at seventeen cities across the U.S.

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The stretch of dates, named after the platinum-selling single from Daylight, will kick off on February 13 in Washington, D.C., and continue through mid-March. For the first time in four years, Pope will be joined by his entire band onstage for all dates, featuring the Nashville-based talent performing all 12 tracks off his celebrated debut.

“When I started writing the tunes that would become Daylight, I was a 21-year-old college kid,” Pope says in a statement. “I had no idea how those songs would change my life, going out and reaching people all over the world – including many places I’d never even heard of. That album was the first exceptional thing I’d ever done. Before that, no one was paying attention. My friends and I got together half a lifetime ago and made this beautiful thing with all the newness and freedom that youth afforded us. 

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“I love these songs. I’m proud of how we recorded them, and I can’t wait to travel around celebrating 15 years of Daylight and, of course, ‘A Drop In the Ocean,'” he adds. “It’s giving me an opportunity to look back at how far my music has taken me and to think about where I’d like to go next.”

A complete list of tour dates can be found below. Fans can find information on ticketing options by visiting Ron Pope’s official website.

A Drop In the Ocean Tour Dates:

February 13 – The Hamilton @ Washington DC 

February 15 – City Winery @ Philadelphia, PA 

February 16 – City Winery @ Boston, MA

February 17 – Bowery Ballroom @ New York, NY 

February 19 – City Winery @ Pittsburgh, PA

February 20 – Lincoln Hall @ Chicago, IL

February 21 – Dakota @ Minneapolis, MN 

February 23-24 – Soiled Dove @ Denver, CO 

February 27 – Triple Door @ Seattle, WA 

February 28 – Old Church Concert Hall @ Portland, OR 

March 1 – Cafe Du Nord @ San Francisco, CA 

March 2 – Hotel Cafe (2 shows) @ Los Angeles, CA 

March 3 – Crescent Ballroom @ Phoenix, AZ 

March 6 – City Winery (2 shows) @ St. Louis, MO 

March 8 – The Ludlow Garage @ Cincinnati, OH 

March 9 – City Winery @ Nashville, TN 

March 10 – City Winery @ Atlanta, GA

Photo by Laura Partain, Courtesy of Brooklyn Basement Records

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