Bon Iver has announced a new set of U.S. tour dates behind last year’s very good 22, A Million, Pitchfork notes. The dates, which Justin Vernon and co. announced via Instagram, kick off in Nashville on October 29 and end in Durham on November 13, with stops in several other southern cities in between. After canceling a European tour for “personal reasons” earlier this year, the band will hit the continent in September, before coming back to the U.S. for the southern tour. See the full dates via the Bon Iver Instagram below.
Update (September 18, 1:30 p.m. ET): Bon Iver has announced an additional 11 North American tour dates through the new year, including stops in Washington, D.C., Virginia, New England, Texas, and Mexico. The band will visit Monterrey and Mexico City in January 2018—coincidentally, just a few days after what would have been the dates of a Bon Iver-curated Mexican destination festival, which was canceled last month just 10 days after its announcement. See the upcoming tour dates below.
— Bon Iver (@boniver) September 18, 2017