Lettuce Tour

The funkadelic sounds of powerhouse band Lettuce will be hitting the road this winter. With dates already set in New York City at the Brooklyn Bowl in December, as well as a Jam Cruise in Miami, Fl, in January, Lettuce is getting even busier with the announcement of more dates in February. Kicking off in Portland, ME; the new list of shows run through Uncasville, CT; Syracuse, NY; Raleigh, NC; Athens, GA; Columbus, OH; Buffalo, NY; Asheville, NC, and more. They’ll be supported by The Floozies for most of the tour. Tickets for the December and January shows are already on sale, and the February are soon to come.

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Formed by pals at the Berklee School of Music in Boston, MA, in 1992, the members of Lettuce consist of Eric Krasno, Adam Smirnoff, Neal Evans, Adam Deitch, Erick Coomes, Sam Kininger, Ryan Zoidis, Nigel Hall, and Rashawn Ross. Though they all met as teenagers, word of mouth quickly spread of their energetic live shows and great grooves. This group of talented musicians has released three studio albums and one live album in their 20-year career, with each member of the band taking on various side projects including production and performing with other major artists.

Lettuce Concerts

Date City State Venue
12/12 Chicago IL Concord Music hall
12/13 Denver CO Fillmore Auditorium
12/14 San Francisco CA The Fillmore
12/18-20 Brooklyn NY Brooklyn Bowl
12/21 Port Chester NY The Capitol Theatre
1/4-9 Miami FL Jam Cruise
2/6 Portland ME Port City Music Hall
2/7 Providence RI Fete
2/8 Uncasville CT The Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun
2/9 Syracuse NY The Westcott Theatre
2/12 Wilmington DE World Café at The Queen
2/13 Raleigh NC Lincoln Theatre
2/14 Charlotte NC The Chop Shop
2/15 Athens GA Georgia Theatre
2/16 Chattanooga TN Track 29
2/17 Tuscaloosa AL Jupiter Bar and Grill
2/19 Asheville NC The Orange Peel
2/20 Columbus OH Newport Music Hall
2/21 Buffalo NY Tralf Music Hall
2/22 Toronto ON Phoenix Music Theatre

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