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Judah & the Lion Expand The Going To Mars Headlining Tour Into 2018!

Nashville band Judah & the Lion have expanded their biggest headlining tour ever – The Going To Mars Tour – into 2018 with the addition of 34 new dates being announced this week! The new dates will take the tour to the west coast for the first time and includes stops in several cities where the band SOLD-OUT shows this fall! Pre-sale starts today, September 26th with general onsale this Friday, September 29th. Check out the full dates for The Going To Mars Tour through 2018 below or at judahandthelion.com, where tickets will be available.

Judah & the Lion are currently in the midst of the 2017 leg of The Going to Mars Tour, which ramps back up again this week in Columbia, MO! In a whirlwind month, the band sold-out TWO nights at their hometown Ryman Auditorium, performed at halftime for the Denver Broncos opening Monday Night Footballgame, debuted newest single “Suit and Jacket” on National Television on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and played several festivals including Music Midtown andiHeart Music Festival!

Additionally, it was announced earlier this week that Judah & the Lion will be featured on Holiday’s Rule, Vol. 2. (due 10/13 via Capitol Records)! The band performed their rendition of “The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)” for the compilation alongside artists like Paul McCartney, Norah Jones, The Decemberists, and many more! More info can be found here.

The tour is in support of the band’s sophomore album Folk Hop N Roll which was released as a deluxe edition earlier this year through Caroline. Following in the footsteps of their RIAA Gold #1 single “Take It All Back,” latest single “Suit And Jacket” continues to rise at Alternative Radio, hitting #4 this week!

Going to Mars Headlining Tour!
September 28 @ The Blue Note in Columbia, MO (SOLD OUT)
September 29 @ First Avenue in Minneapolis, MN (SOLD OUT)
October 1 @ The Intersection in Grand Rapids, MI
October 2 @ The Rave II in Milwaukee, WI
October 4 @ Mr. Smalls Theatre in Pittsburgh, PA
October 5 @ Newport Music Hall in Columbus, OH
October 6 @ Headliner’s Music Hall in Louisville, KY
October 7 @ Minglewood Hall in Memphis, TN
October 8 @ HOB in New Orleans, LA
October 10 @ Maverick’s in Jacksonville, FL
October 11 @ State Theatre in St. Petersburg, FL
October 13 @ Iron City in Birmingham, AL (SOLD OUT)
October 14 @ Music Farm in Charleston, SC (SOLD OUT)
October 15 @ The Ritz in Raleigh, NC
October 16 @ Jefferson Theatre in Charlottesville, VA
October 18 @ Irving Plaza in New York, NY
October 19 @ Town Ballroom in Buffalo, NY
October 20 @ Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA
October 21 @ Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia, PA (SOLD OUT)
October 22 @ 9:30 Club in Washington, DC (SOLD OUT)
October 25 @ The Metroplex in Little Rock, AR
October 26 @ Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, OK
October 27 @ Stubb’s in Austin, TX
October 28 @ HOB in Dallas, TX
October 29 @ White Oak Music Hall in Houston, TX
February 3 @ The Jones Assembly in Oklahoma City, OK
February 5 @ The Van Buren in Phoenix, AZ
February 6 @ HOB Anaheim in Anaheim, CA
February 8 @ The Belasco Theatre in Los Angeles, CA
February 9 @ HOB San Diego in San Diego, CA
February 10 @ HOB Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV
February 12 @ The Fillmore in San Francisco, CA
February 14 @ Ace of Spaces in Sacramento, CA
February 16 @ Showbox SoDo in Seattle, WA
February 17 @ Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC
February 18 @ Knitting Factory Concert Hall in Spokane, WA
February 19 @ Roseland Theatre in Portland, OR
February 21 @ In The Venue in Salt Lake City, UT
February 23 @ Palace Theatre in St. Paul, MN
February 24 @ Uptown Theatre in Kansas City, MO
March 1 @ Georgia Theatre in Athens, GA
March 3 @ The Moon in Tallahassee, FL
March 5 @ Bogart’s in Cincinnati, OH
March 6 @ Orpheum Theatre in Madison, WI
March 8 @ St. Andrew’s Hall in Detroit, MI
March 9 @ Phoenix Concert Hall in Toronto, ON
March 10 @ HOB – Boston in Boston, MA
March 11 @ Corona Theatre in Montreal, QC
March 13 @ Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park, NY
March 14 @ Chameleon Club in Lancaster, PA
March 16 @ The Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA
March 18 @ NorVa in Norfolk, VA
March 20 @ HOB – Cleveland in Cleveland, OH
March 22 @ Egyptian Room at Old Nat’l Center in Indianapolis, IN
March 24 @ The Pageant in St. Louis, MO
April 11 @ The Mill & Mine in Knoxville, TN
April 12 @ The Mill & Mine in Knoxville, TN
April 13 @ The Orange Peel in Asheville, NC
April 19 @ Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, AL
April 20 @ The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA

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